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New measures to make Newnham nursing home residents safe from Rocherlea crime

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Residents in the Uniting Agewell Aldersgate Village can soon rest easily knowing security will be increased at the facility.

Last week, Dayna Dennison spoke with Brian Carlton about the concern she had for her parents and other residents in Aldersgate Village. She stated that the Rocherlea crime spree has spread to the close lying Newnham properties, and the village was being targeted for vehicle and motor home thefts.

Dayna checks in with Brian after meeting with the National CEO of Uniting Agewell, and tells him about the great outcomes that were agreed upon for the Uniting Agewell residents.

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