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26.11.2013

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Doubts over reliability of Anglican Church\'s National Register MP3

Evidence has emerged about the flaws in the Anglican Church's national register of clergy who are the subject of abuse allegations or convictions. The Royal Commission is in the final stages of examining the Grafton Diocese's handling of claims from abuse survivors from the North Coast Children's Home. The diocese says it's re-opening all the files to make sure victims are adequately compensated. However, the Commiss... Source: abc.net.au

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