Mums and dads of politicians choose retirement villages

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The parents of the new NSW Minister for Ageing and Disability Services, Andrew Constance, have just chosen to move in to a retirement village at Kiama, on Sydney’s South Coast, which will make interesting future meetings with the village sector over possible complaints. They join Julia Gillard’s parents who live in a village in Adelaide.


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