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Bankrupt chicken farmers banned for cruelty running aged care homes : worldnews

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Gerry and Chris Apostolatos used aliases, dummy directors and a family trust to conceal their roles with Chronos Care, which owns aged care facilities in Alphington and Mount Eliza, and has received millions of dollars in Commonwealth funding.

The Sunday Age can also reveal that Peter Arvanitis, the co-owner of Epping Gardens aged care home where 38 residents died from COVID-19 last year, provided extensive advice to Chronos Care when it was established in 2014.

Aged Care Quality and Safety Commissioner Janet Anderson refused to answer specific questions about Chronos Care.

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