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  • Australian pensioners are looking for luxury
  • Australian pensioners are looking for luxury
    Madeleine Holland ©

Australian pensioners are looking for luxury

By 2050, the number of Australians aged over 65 is expected to double, and while new government regulations plan to make it the country with the highest retirement age in the world - 70 - the current crop of pensioners are relatively rich and looking for luxury.



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