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Anti-corruption agency in New South Wales, Australia

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Independent Commission Against Corruption (New South Wales): Anti-corruption agency in New South Wales, Australia
The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC), an independent agency of the Government of New South Wales, is responsible for eliminating and investigating corrupt activities and enhancing the integrity of the public administration in the state of New South Wales, Australia. The Commission was established in 1989, pursuant to the Independent Commission Against Corruption Act, 1988 (NSW), modeled after the ICAC in Hong Kong.

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Former NSW Labor boss Jamie Clements 'on retainer' with Huang Xiangmo, ICAC hears

NSW Labor's former general secretary went on to secure a lucrative consultancy deal with Chinese billionaire Huang Xiangmo, a corruption inquiry has heard.
SBS - Published

Huang retained ex-NSW Labor head: ICAC

A NSW Labor figure says he didn't inquire about 12 cash donors to a 2015 fundraiser being examined by ICAC because he didn't want to be a "hero".
SBS - Published

NSW Labor MP to hand back tainted $10k

The MP who narrowly missed becoming NSW Labor leader will forfeit about $10,000 in tainted donations after revelations at an ICAC inquiry.
SBS - Published

NSW minister John Sidoti stands aside pending ICAC investigation

NSW Sports Minister John Sidoti has stood aside from cabinet while ICAC investigates allegations concerning his property interests.
SBS - Published

Huang Xiangmo's assets frozen as Tax Office pursues him for $140 million

The Federal Court has frozen the Australian assets of exiled billionaire Huang Xiangmo, a central figure in the ICAC's investigation into Labor Party donations.
The Age - Published

Labor boss 'less than forthcoming' to ICAC

NSW Labor's suspended boss has accepted that she was less than forthcoming during a compulsory examination in the lead-up to an anti-corruption inquiry.
SBS - Published

Ex-NSW Labor boss Kaila Murnain concedes she was 'less than forthcoming' to ICAC

NSW Labor's suspended boss has accepted that she was less than forthcoming during a compulsory examination in the lead-up to an anti-corruption inquiry.
SBS - Published

ICAC hearing: Ex-NSW Labor MP denies concocting story

Former NSW MP Ernest Wong has denied constructing a false story to match the evidence before an anti-corruption inquiry into Labor party donations.
SBS - Published

ICAC hearing: Former MP says Chinese billionaire offered to deliver cash to Labor boss

A former NSW MP has told an inquiry he gave cash raised at an Australian Labor Party fundraiser to an exiled Chinese billionaire, who offered to 'personally' deliver it to the state party's..
SBS - Published

Sam Dastyari slapped with police caution after ICAC bicycle jaunt

Former Labor senator Sam Dastyari has been cautioned by NSW police after he rode a bicycle on a footpath while en route to an ICAC inquiry.
SBS - Published

Dastyari cautioned over ICAC bike antics

Sam Dastyari has been cautioned by NSW Police for riding a share bike on a Sydney footpath en route to an ICAC inquiry but he won't be fined.
SBS - Published

Jodi McKay says NSW Labor is in 'terrible state'

ICAC is due to hear from upper house MP Ernest Wong who allegedly told the now suspended NSW Labor boss that the party received a potential illegal donation.
SBS - Published

Suspended NSW Labor boss Kaila Murnain to front ICAC

Kaila Murnain is due to continue her ICAC evidence one day after she was suspended as NSW Labor boss following her first explosive day in the witness seat.
SBS - Published

NSW Labor boss Kaila Murnain suspended after ICAC probe

NSW Labor boss Kaila Murnain has been suspended after she told ICAC she was told to 'forget' about a revelation the party may have accepted an illegal donation.
SBS - Published

NSW Labor boss Kaila Murnain 'told to keep quiet' about Chinese donation

NSW Labor general secretary Kaila Murnain has told an ICAC hearing she was told to "forget" about a revelation the party may have accepted an illegal donation.
SBS - Published

NSW Labor boss gives evidence at ICAC

NSW Labor's general secretary Kaila Murnain has told an inquiry she doesn't remember exactly when she learned about a $100,000 cash donation to the party.
SBS - Published

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