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Former NSW auditor-general says Berejiklian should resign

Former NSW auditor-general says Berejiklian should resign

A former auditor-general says the shredding of documents in the Premier's office should be the final straw in Gladys Berejiklian's leadership. 

  • by Alexandra Smith

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Maguire aside, the Premier's steadfast command has been shredded
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Government grants

Maguire aside, the Premier's steadfast command has been shredded

Premier Berejiklian's behaviour, and the conduct of her office and administration, show the processes of good government are evidently beyond them.

  • by Tony Harris
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
Latham says Maguire had keys to Berejiklian's house 'for years'
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Maguire inquiry

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
Mental health spending tops list of new government spending on fires
Bushfires

Mental health spending tops list of new government spending on fires

The Berejiklian government will outlay another $192.2 million over five years as part of its response to the bushfire inquiry, including increased spending on mental health and equipment for firefighters.

  • by Peter Hannam
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'Door ajar for corruption': ICAC head says grant processes 'raise serious questions'
Government grants

'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
Premier's staff to appear before community grants inquiry
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Premier's staff to appear before community grants inquiry

Gladys Berejiklian's staff will appear before a parliamentary inquiry to explain the troubled council grants scheme. 

  • by Alexandra Smith and Lucy Cormack
Barilaro's first question time a long way from heckling of last month
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Barilaro's first question time a long way from heckling of last month

Deputy Premier John Barilaro said in the past week he had held his own concerns about the mental health of Premier Gladys Berejiklian, whom he supports "100 per cent."

  • by Lucy Cormack
Spare us the damsel defence, Gladys. It's an insult to women
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Maguire inquiry

Spare us the damsel defence, Gladys. It's an insult to women

The Premier has never framed her successes through the prism of her gender, so why is she now building a hapless monument of womanhood to hide her failures behind?

  • by Sally Rugg
'Why don't they leave?': Domestic violence court reforms proposed to dispel myths
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Domestic violence

'Why don't they leave?': Domestic violence court reforms proposed to dispel myths

Victims and witnesses will be able to give evidence by video link and jurors will be educated on why victims delay reporting under reforms to be introduced in NSW.

  • by Lucy Cormack