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Eddie Obeid, Joe Tripodi and Tony Kelly charged with misconduct in public office after ICAC probe
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Eddie Obeid

Eddie Obeid, Joe Tripodi and Tony Kelly charged with misconduct in public office after ICAC probe

It is the first time former NSW Labor ministers Joe Tripodi and Tony Kelly have faced criminal charges flowing from an ICAC inquiry.

  • by Kate McClymont and Michaela Whitbourn

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Our democracy will be better for it: Empowering whistleblowers key to effective anti-corruption reform
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Our democracy will be better for it: Empowering whistleblowers key to effective anti-corruption reform

With the guidance and backing of a whistleblower protection commissioner, the next generation of Australian whistleblowers will not have to pay the price so many others have paid for speaking up.

  • by Andrew Wilkie
The Barilaro case has precedents – and only the ICAC can deliver the truth

The Barilaro case has precedents – and only the ICAC can deliver the truth

The Greiner and Carr governments faced similar claims of political interference, writes a former judge and barrister who acted at ICAC hearings in those cases.

  • by Greg James
Behind the Barilaro saga lies another glaring gender gap

Behind the Barilaro saga lies another glaring gender gap

Spot the woman among the NSW government’s appointments to lucrative trade posts.

  • by Alexandra Smith
‘Never happened’: Hurstville developer denies giving councillors cash

‘Never happened’: Hurstville developer denies giving councillors cash

Philip Uy texted a photo of bundled cash days after the councillors voted to support a proposed property development in 2018, an ICAC inquiry has been told.

  • by Megan Gorrey
Inquiry into Barilaro trade role sends transcript to ICAC

Inquiry into Barilaro trade role sends transcript to ICAC

The upper house has referred a transcript of its parliamentary inquiry into the Barilaro appointment to the corruption watchdog.

  • by Alexandra Smith and Lucy Cormack
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ICAC considers probe into John Barilaro’s US trade post

ICAC considers probe into John Barilaro’s US trade post

A NSW parliamentary inquiry heard explosive evidence on Monday that a top bureaucrat said a US role ultimately given to John Barilaro was “a present for someone”.

  • by Michaela Whitbourn and Lucy Cormack
The $100m novice senator spinning it like a veteran

The $100m novice senator spinning it like a veteran

Senator Ralph Babet rarely talks to reporters. But when he does, he sounds like a politician already.

  • by Kishor Napier-Raman and Noel Towell
Doctors left dying dad ‘spouting blood’ after horror hospital fall
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Hospitals in crisis

Doctors left dying dad ‘spouting blood’ after horror hospital fall

Of five potentially preventable deaths at hospitals across regional NSW uncovered by a Herald investigation, only one is under investigation by the coroner.

  • by Carrie Fellner
Greens to push Albanese government to broaden powers of anti-corruption watchdog
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Corruption

Greens to push Albanese government to broaden powers of anti-corruption watchdog

The Greens want the federal integrity commission to have broader investigative powers and independent funding.

  • by Lisa Visentin
ICAC witness found dead in office after giving evidence

ICAC witness found dead in office after giving evidence

Clifton Wong gave evidence to the Independent Commission Against Corruption’s investigation into three other ex-councillors on Monday.

  • by Megan Gorrey