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Shorten ‘thinking’ on aged care pay rises

Aged care workers could be next in line for a taxpayer-aided pay rise if Labor wins power. Opposition leader Bill Shorten has already promised to lift the wages of childcare workers by $11,000 over eight years if he becomes prime ...

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Unqualified physios found treating Tasmanian aged care residents

A suspended physiotherapist who employed unqualified workers to provide pain relief for almost 80 aged care residents in Tasmania has been hit with a $120,000 fine. Eleven people worked as physiotherapists and occupational therapists through Michael Sylvester Dempsey’s company Libero Health ...

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