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The Hon. Dr Peter Phelps “We may have been misled by the then Premier into introducing and passing three bills that have expropriated a property right completely unjustifiably”

The Hon. Dr PETER PHELPS ( 00:38 ): Last Friday the Age published an article by Chris Merritt relating to  allegations that have been raised against former Independent Commission Against Corruption [ICAC] Commissioner Ipp and the conduct of the inquiry known as the Jasper inquiry. I found the article quite compelling and ...

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Doubts on key witness in ICAC probe

One of the main players featured in the latest complaint lodged with ICAC inspector Bruce McClintock SC is Gardner Brook, an investment banker with a colourful past. Brook was one of the key witnesses at the ICAC inquiry known as Operation Jasper, which examined the manner in which the NSW ...

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Don’t repeat any allegations, Ipp warns paper

Former ICAC commissioner David Ipp has warned The Australian that publication of allegations against him that are being con­sidered by ICAC Inspector Bruce McClintock SC would be defamatory. Those allegations are outlined in a complaint that has been lodged with Mr McClintock by businessmen John McGuigan and Richard Poole and associated companies. ...

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Two former Liberal MPs want an inquiry after the Crown Solicitor found in their favour

Two former members of the NSW parliament have called for an inquiry to determine how the state’s anti-corruption agency made critical legal errors that led to the destruction of their political careers. Their calls have been triggered by a legal opinion from the Crown Solicitor’s office that has the effect ...

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ICAC boss Megan Latham under pressure over Margaret Cunneen

The chief of the NSW corruption watchdog was under pressure last night to step down after the ­collapse of relations with the agency’s independent inspector, who found she had abused her power and oversaw unlawful ­conduct. NSW Premier Mike Baird said a damning report produced by the ICAC inspector, former ...

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One way or another, ICAC head Megan Latham must go

For too long, NSW Premier Mike Baird has avoided taking decisive action to address the rapid decline of his state’s anti-corruption agency. He can no longer avoid his responsibilities. It’s time to act. One way or another, ICAC Commissioner Megan Latham must go. Once that happens, Baird needs to ensure ...

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ICAC ‘omitted’ statement from evidence to DPP on Murray Kear

by: Sharri Markson,  Media Editor, The Australian, November 14, 2015. The NSW corruption watchdog handed over evidence to the ­Director of Public Prosecutions that allegedly omitted statements made in favour of former NSW SES commissioner Murray Kear before his criminal trial. State Emergency Service assistant commissioner Mark Morrow gave a ...

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