Gold Coast woman becomes Queensland’s newest centenarian | 7NEWS

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Gold Coast woman Hazel Haupt has become Queensland’s newest centenarian.

After receiving congratulatory letters from Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk MP and the Queen herself, she’s told 7NEWS of her secret to living for 100 years.

“Good health is the main one, and look, I’ve had a wonderful family. They’ve always been there for me.”

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