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Reputational damage at heart of ICAC probe into Operation Bandicoot

In October 2014, when Bruce Lander was South Australia’s ­Independent Commissioner Against Corruption, he issued a press release with a jaw-dropping headline: “Six South Australian police officers arrested as a result of investigation headed by the ­Independent Commissioner Against Corruption.” The arrests were the result of an investigation known as ...

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Bleak pace of ICAC justice

In Bleak House, Charles Dickens had to invent the marathon case of Jarndyce v Jarndyce in order to poke fun at slow justice. In contemporary NSW, there is no need for such fiction. Reality is bad enough. Dickens, unlike some in NSW, was aware that justice delayed is justice denied ...

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Alan Jones continues to push the compensation issue for NuCoal shareholders

During his last week on air, Alan Jones spoke with a NuCoal shareholder and continued to express his concerns about the lack of action by the NSW Government to compensate innocent NuCoal shareholders. Listen to the broadcast here: https://omny.fm/shows/the-alan-jones-breakfast-show/alan-jones-full-show-podcast-26th-may-2020?t=22m39s

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NuCoal asks shareholders for support

NuCoal has written to shareholders and asked them to send letters to NSW Cabinet Ministers about what the Government plans to do regarding compensation. The letter can be viewed on NuCoal’s website at: http://ecomms.linkgroup.com/liveview/Email/GetEmail/4d79d783-a8be-44e8-93ca-e299c2c02cf5/7714e2b7-15c4-481f-a05d-da2517961c12?LDC_NM=View+Online+Link

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Crucial decision for misconduct in public office

Repercussions from a brief hearing yesterday in the NSW Supreme Court are set to affect every politician and public official. The circumstances in which they risk criminal prosecution over decisions that bestow benefits are now more certain. This will act as a long-overdue guide for anti-corruption commissions whose work, until ...

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