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Calls for stronger laws around elderly abuse MP3

There are growing calls for a strengthening of laws that cover elder abuse, and a 'zero tolerance' approach for the protection of older Australians. While it's hard to pin down exact numbers on how many older Australians are abused, it's estimated to be at least six per cent of elderly people. Source: abc.net.au

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