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News and Events
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Former NSW member of the Legislative Council, Edward Obeid Sr, is being prosecuted for an offence of misconduct in public office for actions he took to cause the Maritime Authority of NSW to deal favourably with Circular Quay Restaurants Pty Ltd, a company of which his family was the effective owner, regarding the company’s restaurant tenancies at Circular Quay.
Former NSW government minister Ian Macdonald being prosecuted over Doyles Creek mining exploration licence
Former NSW minister for mineral resources Ian Macdonald is being prosecuted for two offences of misconduct in public office, following the NSW ICAC’s Operation Acacia public inquiry into the circumstances surrounding Mr Macdonald’s decision to invite Doyles Creek Mining Pty Ltd to apply for a mining exploration licence and his decision to grant the exploration licence to that company.
The ICAC's Operation Hale public inquiry will not commence this week, following the referral of today’s decision in the Supreme Court of NSW to the NSW Court of Appeal.