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Aberdare woman charged with 16 counts of bushfire, COVID-19 grants fraud


A woman has been charged with fraud offences after she allegedly applied for a shocking amount of coronavirus and bushfire government grants.

Police will allege the 31-year-old Aberdare woman “fraudulently applied” for 34 bushfire and COVID-19 government grants between March 12 and September 13.

In total she was granted 11, to the sum of $104,000, police allege.

It’s further alleged the woman tried to obtain an additional $258,000 in grants which she “was not entitled to”.

She was…



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