Berejiklian said she would ‘throw money’ at Maguire’s electorate in private call

Berejiklian said she would ‘throw money’ at Maguire’s electorate in private call

Former premier Gladys Berejiklian told her then boyfriend Daryl Maguire she would “throw money” at his Wagga Wagga electorate,nine days after he was forced to resign under a corruption cloud,an inquiry has heard.

  • byLucy Cormack

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The damning words uttered by Berejiklian that show why she had to resign

The damning words uttered by Berejiklian that show why she had to resign

A few sentences uttered to disgraced MP Daryl Maguire by Gladys Berejiklian and revealed by the ICAC on Thursday explain why the former Premier felt she had to quit.

  • byDeborah Snow
Why private details of Berejiklian’s relationship with Maguire matter

Why private details of Berejiklian’s relationship with Maguire matter

ICAC’s push to ensure private details of Gladys Berejiklian and Daryl Maguire’s relationship are outlined in public are crucial to accountability,no matter how awkward.

  • byAlexandra Smith
Berejiklian inquiry day nine as it happened:Former NSW premier told Daryl Maguire she would ‘throw money at Wagga’ after he quit politics

Berejiklian inquiry day nine as it happened:Former NSW premier told Daryl Maguire she would ‘throw money at Wagga’ after he quit politics

The ICAC’s hearing starts at 10am today. The inquiry will hear from former Wagga Wagga MP Daryl Maguire,who is a key target of the corruption watchdog’s investigation.

  • byMichaela Whitbourn
‘You loved her?’:Maguire tells ICAC child and marriage considered with Berejiklian

‘You loved her?’:Maguire tells ICAC child and marriage considered with Berejiklian

Daryl Maguire on Thursday commenced his evidence to the Independent Commission Against Corruption,revealing private details about their relationship,including that he would stay with Ms Berejiklian and had a key to her house.

  • byLucy Cormack
We expect ICAC bombshells,but don’t dismiss its ripples in a murky pond

We expect ICAC bombshells,but don’t dismiss its ripples in a murky pond

Corruption is not always measured by wads of cash in paper bags. Observers of the Berejiklian hearings should refer to the less sensational definition of “corrupt conduct” covered under the ICAC Act.

  • byAlexandra Smith
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Daryl Maguire ‘over-reached’ but was trusted by Gladys Berejiklian:ICAC

Daryl Maguire ‘over-reached’ but was trusted by Gladys Berejiklian:ICAC

Disgraced former Wagga Wagga MP Daryl Maguire “over-reached” as a backbencher but was trusted by ex-premier Gladys Berejiklian,who sought his counsel as a Liberal from the bush,a corruption inquiry has heard.

  • byLucy Cormack
Smartphone alerts for NSW exposure sites likely within days

Smartphone alerts for NSW exposure sites likely within days

NSW residents will receive push notifications on their smartphones alerting them to potential contact with a positive COVID-19 cases through a feature in the check-in app within days.

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Berejiklian inquiry day eight as it happened:senior bureaucrat Gary Barnes tells ICAC Daryl Maguire ‘had ear’ of former NSW premier

Berejiklian inquiry day eight as it happened:senior bureaucrat Gary Barnes tells ICAC Daryl Maguire ‘had ear’ of former NSW premier

The ICAC’s hearing starts at 9.30am today. The inquiry will hear further evidence from Department of Regional NSW boss Gary Barnes,who is not accused of wrongdoing.

  • byMichaela Whitbourn
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Wealthy stars should serve up respect to tennis fans

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Berejiklian ‘lied’ to then-chief of staff and friend about relationship:ICAC

Berejiklian ‘lied’ to then-chief of staff and friend about relationship:ICAC

In explosive evidence to the Independent Commission Against Corruption on Tuesday,Sarah Cruickshank said Ms Berejiklian first disclosed the relationship to her on July 13,2018.

  • byLucy Cormack