Monthly Archives: November 2012

‘Unique’ MPs to escape full anti-corruption scrutiny

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Watchdog lashes out at Baillieu

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State’s long history of dodgy deals | The Australian

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/opinion/columnists/states-long-history-of-dodgy-deals/story-fn7078da-1226523792915 BY:HENRY ERGAS From:The Australian November 26, 2012 12:00AM Illustration: Eric Lobbecke Source: The Australian CORRUPTION, the econ… Continue reading

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Public land sale mooted to cover $18m losses

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Baillieu’s halfway report card

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Andrew McIntosh | Letters, Nov 23, 2012. Colourful campaign

Colourful campaignIT IS now clear that The Age’s desire to campaign against the Coalition government’s Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission knows no bounds (”With flies in their eyes”, Comment, 22/11).MPs are not exempt from IBAC i… Continue reading

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Ombudsman’s Kew Cottages Report 2010 Recommendation 11 p.65

Recommendation 11 I recommend that the Secretary of the Department of Innovation, Industry and Regional Development conduct a review of Major Projects Victoria’s current projects to ensure that the State Government’s obligation to disclose contrac… Continue reading

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