Royal Commission public hearings begin in Sydney

Royal Commission public hearings begin in Sydney

The Royal Commission into the Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse will begin public hearings in Sydney today.

The public hearings will investigate the responses of numerous organisations into allegations, concerning the former CEO of Hunter Aboriginal Children’s services, Steven Larkins.

Scouts Australia and the Department of Community Services will also be investigated.


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