Residents were moved from Earle Haven to other nursing homes and three were taken to hospital when it shut down abruptly. Photo: (ABC News: Steve Keen) The owner of a Gold Coast aged care centre that abruptly closed its doors last month had raised continuous "red flags" since it was approved more than 10 years ago and had been subject to sanctions, the royal commission into aged care has been told. The royal commission into aged care is focusing on last month’s sudden closure of Gold Coast nursing home Earle Haven Authorities had to find new homes for 68 elderly residents, some with dementia The Commission has heard there were sanctions imposed against owner People Care because of a poor compliance record and complaints The abrupt closure of Earle Haven Retirement Village in Nerang on July 11 left 68 elderly residents, some suffering from dementia, homeless after they were […]