Older Australian women becoming homeless at increasing rates

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More older Australian women are becoming homeless and advocacy groups say Federal Government funding cuts to the homeless sector will only make the problem worse.

JANE HUTCHEON, PRESENTER: Older Australian women are becoming homeless at increasing rates. Poor superannuation savings, divorce and domestic violence are among the key issues along with a chronic lack of affordable housing. Advocacy groups say that the Federal Government's funding cuts to the homeless will only make the problem worse. Consumer Affairs reporter Amy Bainbridge has the story.
http://www.abc.net.au/7.30/content/2015/s4160205.htm

 

 

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