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ICAC delivers a classic Clouseau in NuCoal case

  Inspector Clouseau can be proud of the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption. Under the leadership of former Commissioner David Ipp, this agency conducted an inquiry into the grant of a coal exploration licence at Doyles Creek that is right out of Clouseau’s playbook. Evidence of critical importance was simply ...

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ICAC boss Megan Latham snubbed inspector David Levine

Commissioner Megan Latham refused to meet ICAC inspector David Levine to ­answer questions about the bungled investigation into prosecutor Margaret Cunneen. The Australian can reveal Mr Levine, a former Supreme Court judge, sought the meeting with Ms Latham while compiling his report into ICAC’s pursuit of Ms Cunneen, which involved ...

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Baird backs extension to ICAC’s powers The recent vote in Parliament to extend ICAC’s powers to allow ICAC to initiate criminal charges continues the systematic erosion of governance standards in NSW – particularly as they relate to ICAC – under the Baird Government. To be sure the ICAC and Saint ...

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Nippon Gas: NSW mine grab a breach of treaty

 by: CHRIS MERRITT,  The Australian, November 20, 2015. A  Japanese company that was stripped of assets worth millions of dollars based on a recommendation from the NSW anti-corruption agency has complained that its treatment breaches a ­treaty with Australia.  Nippon Gas says it was denied the right to challenge findings ...

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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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Time to remove stench of ICAC ‘corruption’ claims: John Kinghorn

by: Chris Merritt, Legal Affairs Editor,  The Australian, November 13, 2015. Businessman John Kinghorn has just joined an elite club: the innocent victims of the NSW government’s Independent Commission Against Corruption. Like prosecutor Margaret Cunneen SC and fellow businessman Andrew Poole, Mr Kinghorn was wrongly accused by ICAC of crime ...

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