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Royal Freemasons restructures rosters, calls for federal funding for aged care facilities

Emma D'Agostino
Elspeth Kernebone
By Emma D'Agostino, and Elspeth Kernebone
Updated July 20 2020 - 10:33am, first published 5:51am
One of two Royal Freemasons aged care centres in Bendigo. Picture: DARREN HOWE

ROYAL Freemasons is seeking to alleviate "significant" financial strain by restructuring rosters, prompting concerns from families of residents in two aged care homes in Bendigo.

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Emma D'Agostino

Emma D'Agostino

Journalist

Covering general news and Bendigo council.

Elspeth Kernebone

Accident brought me to journalism, but every day convinces me again that strong media is more important than ever. After a starting off as the sole reporter in a tiny NSW town, I’m loving the teeming metropolis that is Bendigo. Focussed on health, business and education. Got a tip? Email elspeth.kernebone@bendigoadvertiser.com.au.