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RSL national president facing calls to step aside MP3

The deputy president of the RSL is calling on the organisation's president to stand aside amid concerns he may have received improper payments. RSL president Rod White and three other members of the RSL NSW state council were serving in unpaid positions, but shared in hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of 'consultancy fees' from the board of RSL Lifecare, an aged care business within the RSL. The CEO of RSL New S... Source: abc.net.au

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