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Political stitch up from the start………

One day the truth will come out as to why the O’Farrell Government specifically went against the recommendation in the Clayton Utz report and sent the investigation of EL 7270 to ICAC, rather than a Special Commission of Inquiry as recommended by Clayton Utz. The report clearly stated at page 16 that ...

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NuCoal US investor Ventry says it won’t put money in Australia

by: CHRIS MERRITT  : The Australian  October 23, 2015 A second American company has vowed never again to invest in Australia because the NSW government expropriated its assets on the recommendation of the Independent Commission against ­Corruption. After suffering massive losses because of the expropriation, Ventry Industries, an investment holding ...

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ICAC’s Megan Latham: witness exams like pulling wings off butterflies

 The head of the NSW anti-corrup­tion watchdog, Megan Latham, was put on notice in June that she faced a possible adverse ­report due to complaints after she had likened the examination of witnesses at ICAC to “pulling the wings off butterflies”. But when she was asked to provide a statement, ...

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Watchdog refused to probe SMH leak complaint

The NSW corruption watchdog ICAC refused to investigate an official complaint about its organisation leaking to The Sydney Morning Herald. Former Liberal NSW energy and resources minister Chris Hart­cher has sent a letter of complaint to ICAC inspector David Levine calling for former commissioner David Ipp’s conduct to be investigated ...

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Barrister blasts ICAC prosecution power plan

Prominent barrister Charles ­Waterstreet has denounced moves to grant the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption the power to initiate criminal prosecutions. “There should be an intervening prosecution body that can independently assess the value of the investigation,” Mr Waterstreet said. “Investigators have a dog in the race but if you ...

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Mike Baird bill on ICAC powers not what Nick Greiner intended

NSW Premier Mike Baird should pick up the telephone and talk to one of his predecessors, Nick Greiner, about the Independent Commission Against Corruption. When Greiner created ICAC he had a very clear view that this arm of the executive branch of government should not have the power to initiate ...

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