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ICAC'S Weakest Link - The Ryde Inquiry - Could Unravel With Petch Supreme Court Bid

ICAC’s been getting plenty of headlines of late over dodgy Liberal Party donor scams and has claimed enough scalps to create the impression it’s doing a good job. 1,089 more words

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Fortnightly Review 29/09/14 - 12/10/14

In the past few weeks, the headlines have been filled with news regarding terrorism and the government’s decision to aid the US in combating ISIS in Iraq. 613 more words

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Prosecutions from ICAC and other corruption inquiries - Scorecard

Quite a few people try to down play the value of corruption inquiries and investigations as being nothing more than a waste of time and money and when you look at the past there is some evidence to support the argument that they are a waste. 1,172 more words

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A guide to the Newcastle by-election

Emily Burley offers up a by-election cheat sheet.

With all the talk about ICAC and its impact on Newcastle politics, you’ve probably heard there’s a by-election coming up. 819 more words

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A guide to the Newcastle by-election

Emily Burley offers up a by-election cheat sheet.

With all the talk about ICAC and its impact on Newcastle politics, you’ve probably heard there’s a by-election coming up. 812 more words

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Spin Doctoring this Saturday - Tony Tries to Wag the Dog

You’ll have to excuse the possible mis-spellings in this post as I’m currently shaking in fear due to the increase in the Terror Threat by our illustrious leader.   723 more words

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Abbott Government Must Move On From Arthur Sinodinis

AN ARTICLE in the Murdoch press — reporting that sidelined Assistant Treasurer Arthur Sinodinis wants “to rejoin the Abbott team” once his duty to co-operate with an ICAC investigation into donations has ended — ignores the political reality that for now at least, the only place Sinodinis should be is on the backbench. 1,901 more words