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Gladys Berejiklian holds her ground to fight another week, but may not survive another mistake

Gladys Berejiklian holds her ground to fight another week, but may not survive another mistake

Voters in the suburbs are feeling sympathy for the NSW Premier, who has party room support, for now. Yet, should that public support start to waver, that calculation may change.

  • by Deborah Snow

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Berejiklian may have let her standards drop - but we can't drop ours
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Berejiklian may have let her standards drop - but we can't drop ours

The COVID-19 pandemic has compelled us to trust our public institutions and political leaders again. And our trust has been repaid. But we may be suspending our sense of ethics and reason as well. And that is dangerous.

  • by Tim Soutphommasane
Premier gave $40,000 from her discretionary fund to Daryl Maguire's electorate
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Premier gave $40,000 from her discretionary fund to Daryl Maguire's electorate

Two of Ms Berejiklian's senior staff were called before the NSW parliamentary inquiry into council grants on Friday.

  • by Angus Thompson
Premier's written response to Parliament over house keys and Daryl Maguire
Maguire inquiry

Premier's written response to Parliament over house keys and Daryl Maguire

Premier Gladys Berejiklian has told the upper house she won't respond to questions about whether her former partner Daryl Maguire had a key to her house while an ICAC investigation is ongoing.

  • by Lucy Cormack
Premier's office has no record of Maguire disclosing side hustles
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Maguire inquiry

Premier's office has no record of Maguire disclosing side hustles

The Premier's office has confirmed that it has no documents to show Daryl Maguire disclosed his financial gains from his side businesses.

  • by Alexandra Smith and Lucy Cormack
Does anybody care about political integrity any more?
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Maguire inquiry

Does anybody care about political integrity any more?

Perhaps the details are too dry, and the notions of integrity too abstract and pointy-headed, to capture our collective imagination.

  • by Waleed Aly
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Warning travel restrictions could breach human rights
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Warning travel restrictions could breach human rights

The nation’s human rights chief has called on leaders to justify the emergency measures that curtail personal freedom amid a push to ease COVID-19 restrictions.

  • by David Crowe
Queensland, WA Premiers hit back at Berejiklian's claims over hotel quarantine expenses
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Queensland, WA Premiers hit back at Berejiklian's claims over hotel quarantine expenses

Gladys Berejiklian issued a stern message to Queensland and WA over hotel quarantine expenses, saying it was time they "cough up" the millions owed to NSW for doing the heavy lifting.

  • by Mary Ward and Lucy Cormack
Latham says Maguire had keys to Berejiklian's house 'for years'
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Latham says Maguire had keys to Berejiklian's house 'for years'

In upper house question time on Thursday, Mark Latham said the Premier had maintained "she's a very private person", despite giving recent interviews.

  • by Alexandra Smith and Lucy Cormack
Driving under the stars in the tunnel: NorthConnex to open in less than two weeks
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Driving under the stars in the tunnel: NorthConnex to open in less than two weeks

Drivers will pass under starscapes, trees and birds when the NorthConnex opens to drivers on October 31.

  • by Lucy Cormack
'Door ajar for corruption': ICAC head says grant processes 'raise serious questions'
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'Door ajar for corruption': ICAC head says grant processes 'raise serious questions'

The head of the NSW corruption watchdog has said the methods used by the Berejiklian Government in its administration of a $250 million council grants fund could open the door for corrupt conduct.

  • by Angus Thompson