Awabakal Local Aboriginal Land Council - allegations concerning directors of the Board and others (Operation Skyline)

Year: 2022 Status: Completed

The Commission investigated allegations concerning the Awabakal Local Aboriginal Land Council (ALALC), including whether any public official, being an ALALC board director, acted dishonestly and/or in breach of their duty as a board member in relation to a scheme involving proposals from 2014 to 2016 for the sale and development of properties (“the Scheme”) owned by the land council.

The Commission also investigated whether any ALALC board director acted dishonestly and/or in breach of their duty as a board member in purporting to retain, or retaining, Knightsbridge North Lawyers or anyone else to act for the land council in respect of the Scheme.

Further, the ICAC investigated whether any ALALC board director: acted dishonestly and/or in breach of their duty as a board member by participating in, or aiding or assisting any person in relation to, the Scheme including dealings with Sunshine Property Investment Group Pty Ltd, Sunshine Warners Bay Pty Ltd, Solstice Property Corporation Pty Ltd and Advantage Property Experts Syndications Pty Ltd and/or Advantage Property Syndications Ltd; and whether they received any financial or other benefits as a reward or payment for their involvement in, or for their assistance or services rendered in relation to, Scheme or any connected matter.

The Commission also examined whether any person or persons encouraged or induced any ALALC board director to dishonestly or partially exercise any of their official functions in respect of the Scheme and any other land council property, or otherwise engaged in conduct connected with corrupt conduct within the meaning of the Independent Commission Against Corruption Act 1988.

In its report on the investigation, made public on 12 October 2022, the Commission finds that Richard Green, Debbie Dates, Nicholas Petroulias and Despina Bakis engaged in serious corrupt conduct.

The ICAC is of the opinion that the advice of the Director of Public Prosecutions should be obtained with respect to the prosecution of Mr Green, Mr Petroulias and Ms Bakis for various offences.

The Commission makes 15 corruption prevention recommendations to help improve systems and prevent the conduct identified in the investigation from recurring.

Operation Skyline Ruling on Application to discontinue pursuant to s 20(3) of the ICAC Act

Operation Skyline Ruling on Bias and Denial of Procedural Fairness application

Annexure to Operation Skyline Ruling on Bias and Denial of Procedural Fairness application

Findings of corrupt conduct

The ICAC found that Richard Green engaged in corrupt conduct by knowingly participating in a dishonest scheme with Nicholas Petroulias, Debbie Dates and Despina Bakis that involved him acting contrary to his public official duties as an Awabakal Local Aboriginal Land Council (ALALC) board member and deputy chairperson in relation to the purported sale and/or development of properties owned by the ALALC as a means to wrongfully confer a benefit on himself and others.

The ICAC found that Ms Dates engaged in corrupt conduct by knowingly exercising her public official functions as an ALALC board member and chairperson of the ALALC board partially in connection with the Sunshine and Advantage transactions to favour the interests of Mr Petroulias, Mr Green and Ms Bakis and to the detriment of the ALALC.

The ICAC found that Mr Petroulias engaged in corrupt conduct by knowingly instigating and participating in a dishonest scheme with Mr Green, Ms Dates and Ms Bakis that involved Mr Green and Ms Dates acting contrary to their public official duties and involving the purported sale and/or development of properties owned by the ALALC as a means to wrongfully confer a benefit on himself, Mr Green and Ms Bakis.

The ICAC found that Ms Bakis engaged in corrupt conduct by knowingly participating in a dishonest scheme with Mr Petroulias, Mr Green and Ms Dates that involved Mr Green and Ms Dates acting contrary to their public official duties and involved the purported sale and/or development of properties owned by the ALALC as a means to wrongfully confer a benefit on herself, Mr Petroulias and Mr Green.

Recommendations for prosecutions

The Commission must seek the advice of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) on whether any prosecution should be commenced. The DPP determines whether any criminal charges can be laid, and conducts all prosecutions. The Commission provides information on this website in relation to the status of prosecution recommendations and outcomes as advised by the DPP. The progress of matters is generally within the hands of the DPP. Accordingly, the Commission does not directly notify persons affected of advice received from the DPP or the progress of their matters generally.

The Commission is of the opinion that consideration should be given to obtaining the advice of the DPP with respect to the prosecution of:

  • Richard Green for offences of fraud pursuant to section 192E of the Crimes Act 1900 (“the Crimes Act”), of corruptly giving commissions pursuant to section 249B of the Crimes Act, the common law offence of misconduct in public office and the offence of conspiracy to defraud
  • Nicholas Petroulias for offences of fraud pursuant to s 192E of the Crimes Act, of corruptly receiving commissions pursuant to s 249B of the Crimes Act, the common law offence of aiding and abetting misconduct in public office and the offence of conspiracy to defraud
  • Despina Bakis for offences of fraud pursuant to s 192E of the Crimes Act, of aiding and abetting the receipt or giving of corrupt commissions pursuant to s 249F of the Crimes Act, the common law offence of aiding and abetting misconduct in public office and the offence of conspiracy to defraud.

Recommendations for disciplinary action

The Commission has not made any recommendations regarding disciplinary action in this investigation.

Recommendations for corruption prevention

The Commission makes the following 15 corruption prevention recommendations to help improve systems and prevent the conduct identified in the investigation from recurring.

Recommendation 1

That the Awabakal Local Aboriginal Land Council (ALALC) includes the following provisions about board meetings in its Model Rules:

  • The ALALC provides reasonable notice for all board meetings. This requires at least seven (7) days clear notice to all board members in the method approved by the board.
  • If the board wishes to call an extraordinary meeting at shorter notice, a two thirds majority of board members must agree to the proposed date and time for the meeting, and the ALALC must maintain a record of how and when it contacted, or attempted to contact, board members.

Recommendation 2

That the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs reviews the funding of the Office of the Registrar of the Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1983 (“the ALR Act) to ensure:

  • that the registrar has the capacity to undertake the full range of investigative and enforcement options available in relation to misconduct by board members and LALC staff
  • that the registrar has sufficient resources to fulfil its role in building capacity in LALCs.

Recommendation 3

That the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, the NSW Aboriginal Land Council (“the NSWALC”) and the registrar of the ALR Act discuss and implement legislative or policy measures that protect chief executive officers (CEOs) from arbitrary dismissal or without due process. Among other things, this discussion should consider requiring councils to provide reasons for dismissing a CEO and creating powers for the registrar or other entity to, in certain circumstances, approve or otherwise intervene in the proposed dismissal of a CEO.

Recommendation 4

That the ALALC devises an outline of the skill mix required of board members, including an ability to understand financial reports and contracts.

Recommendation 5

That persons interested in standing, or intending to stand, for a position on the board of the ALALC be required to attend an information meeting prior to board elections where:

  1. roles, legal duties and responsibilities of a board member are explained at the information meeting
  2. examples of matters that can arise, and the legislation, policies and procedures board members must follow when determining a course of action, are discussed.

Recommendation 6

That the ALALC prepares a checklist of legal duties and responsibilities which can guide board members during meetings. The checklist can be sourced from the ALR Act, the Regulation, the Mandatory Governance Training manuals, and ALALC internal policies and procedures.

Recommendation 7

That the ALALC implements an electronic document and records management system with version and permission controls, allowing it to manage and monitor the creation, alteration and deletion of records.

Recommendation 8

That the typed minutes of ALALC meetings:

  • accurately reflect the discussions held, including board members’ views for or against proposals and motions
  • are saved to the electronic document and records management system.

Recommendation 9

That the ALALC audio-records all board meetings and saves the recordings into its electronic document and records management system.

Recommendation 10

That the ALALC keeps a register of contracts for all transactions, including commercial, rental and employment contracts, and the engagement of consultants. This register should:

  • be saved into the ALALC’s electronic records management system
  • have version and permission controls to enable the ALALC to determine who has accessed or made changes to it
  • be updated as new contracts are executed
  • be maintained at the ALALC, and made available to the ALALC’s legal advisor
  • be viewed and verified by the Eastern Zone office periodically during the Risk Assessment System process
  • archive contracts that are no longer operational.

Recommendation 11

That the ALALC, in conjunction with the NSWALC, develops a due diligence checklist and procedure that is followed when developers and other interested parties propose a land dealing. Among other things, the checklist may require parties with an interest in ALALC land to:

  • put a brief outline of their proposal in writing
  • identify all relevant personnel
  • include information such as:
    • a company name
    • an Australian Business Number or Australian Company Number
    • licences and qualifications held by the proponents
    • relevant industry experience
  • acquaint themselves with the land dealing
  • provisions in the ALR Act.

Recommendation 12

That the ALALC considers conducting open-source checks on websites including the Australian Business Register, Australian Securities and Investments Commission and NSW Office of Fair Trading to verify information provided by parties involved in land dealings.

Recommendation 13

That the NSWALC and the registrar consider whether the corruption prevention recommendations made in this report should be applied to other LALCs and whether the NSWALC and the registrar should collaborate to develop an education program that addresses the findings and recommendations in this report.

Recommendation 14

That the NSWALC extends the questions concerning “Property” in the Risk Assessment System to include “Is the LALC in discussion(s) with any third parties about potential land dealings in which any agreement(s) would be conditional on the LALC obtaining necessary approval under the ALR Act?”

Recommendation 15

That the ALR Act be amended to require LALCs to notify the NSWALC, in writing, when specific proposals of land dealings, that would require approvals under section 42G of the ALR Act, come before the board of the LALC for its consideration. The minutes of the meetings at which the land dealing proposal is discussed will record who is responsible for notifying the NSWALC of the proposal.

Media Releases

ICAC finds corrupt conduct in $1-million scheme concerning Awabakal LALC land

12 Oct 2022

The NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) has found that four individuals, including two public officials, engaged in corrupt conduct through a dishonest scheme involving the purported false sale and/or development of properties owned by the Awabakal Local Aboriginal Land Council (ALALC) that resulted in three of them deriving more than $1 million in benefits.

MEDIA ALERT: Operation Skyline public inquiry to continue from Monday 25 November

22 Nov 2019

The ICAC'S Operation Skyline public inquiry into allegations concerning the Awabakal Local Aboriginal Land Council will continue next week from Monday 25 November 2019 at 10:00 am for up to one week.

MEDIA ALERT: ICAC Operation Skyline public inquiry to resume Wednesday 17 July 2019

16 Jul 2019

The ICAC Operation Skyline public inquiry into allegations concerning the Awabakal Local Aboriginal Land Council will resume tomorrow, Wednesday 17 July 2019, at 10:00 am.

MEDIA ALERT: ICAC Operation Skyline public inquiry to resume from Monday 6 May 2019

3 May 2019

The NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption’s (ICAC) Operation Skyline public inquiry into allegations concerning the Awabakal Local Aboriginal Land Council will resume next week from Monday 6 May 2019 at 10:00 am.

MEDIA ALERT: ICAC Operation Skyline public inquiry directions hearing 29 April 2019

26 Apr 2019

The NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) will hold a short directions hearing in relation to the further progress of the Operation Skyline investigation on Monday 29 April 2019 at 1:30 pm.

MEDIA ALERT: ICAC Operation Skyline public inquiry to reconvene 17 April

16 Apr 2019

The NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) Operation Skyline public inquiry will reconvene at 1:45 pm tomorrow (Wednesday, 17 April 2019) for the Chief Commissioner the Hon Peter Hall QC to deliver his reasons in relation to two applications.

MEDIA ALERT: ICAC Operation Skyline public inquiry to resume from Monday 18 March 2019

15 Mar 2019

The Operation Skyline public inquiry into allegations concerning the Awabakal Local Aboriginal Land Council will resume next week from Monday 18 March 2019 at 10:00 am.

MEDIA ALERT: ICAC Operation Skyline public inquiry directions hearing

6 Feb 2019

The ICAC will hold a short directions hearing in relation to the further progress of the Operation Skyline investigation on Friday 8 February 2019 at 10:00 am.

ICAC Operation Skyline public inquiry

16 Nov 2018

The NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption’s (ICAC) Operation Skyline public inquiry will not proceed in the fortnight commencing 19 November 2018. The Commission will hold a short directions hearing in relation to the further progress of the Operation Skyline investigation on Monday 19 November 2018 at 10:00 am.

MEDIA ALERT: ICAC Operation Skyline public inquiry to continue from 17 September

14 Sep 2018

The NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption’s (ICAC) Operation Skyline public inquiry into allegations concerning the Awabakal Local Aboriginal Land Council will continue next week from Monday 17 September 2018 at 10:00 am for two weeks.

Witness Transcripts

View all transcripts associated with this investigation. The Commission makes every effort to post the daily transcripts of its public inquiries on its website by 8:00 pm each day when possible. If the Commission sits later than 4:00 pm, the daily transcripts, particularly the afternoon session, may not be available until the next working day.

 

Filename Date pp. Time
26-11-2019 Transcript 26/11/19 03786-03806 10.00am to 11.38am
25-11-2019 Transcript 25/11/19 03779-03785 10.00am to 10.43am
20-11-2019 Transcript 20/11/19 03767-03778 10.00am to 11.00am
02-10-2019 Transcript 02/10/19 03761-03766 9.30am to 9.50am
17-07-2019 Transcript 17/07/19 03751-03756 10.30am to 10.52am
03738-03750 from 11.00am to 11.38am.pdf 14/05/19 03738-03750 11:00am to 11:38am
03704-03737 from 10.15am to 12.16pm 13/05/19 03704-03737 10.15am to 12.16pm
03657-03703 from 10.00am to 12.57pm 10/05/19 03657-03703 10.00am to 12.57pm
03600-03656 from 2.00pm to 4.06pm 09/05/19 03600-03656 2.00pm to 4.06pm
03541-03599 from 10.00am to 12.59pm 09/05/19 03541-03599 10.00am to 12.59pm
03499-03540 from 2.00pm to 4.00pm 08/05/19 03499-03540 2.00pm to 4.00pm
03439-03498 from 10.15am to 1.02pm 08/05/19 03439-03498 10.15am to 1.02pm
03391-03438 from 2.00pm to 4.07pm 07/05/19 03391-03438 2.00pm to 4.07pm
03338-03390 from 10.00am to 12.56pm 07/05/19 03338-03390 10.00am to 12.56pm
03303-03337 from 2.00pm to 3.31pm 06/05/19 03303-03337 2.00pm to 3.31pm
03240-03302 from 10.30am to 1.06pm 06/05/19 03240-03302 10.30am to 1.06pm
03236-03239 from 1.55pm to 2.02pm 29/04/19 03236-03239 1.55pm to 2.02pm
03227-03235 from 1.45pm to 2.14pm 17/04/19 03227-03235 1.45pm to 2.14pm
03225-03226 from 10.30am to 10.45am 20/03/19 03225-03226 10.30am to 10.45am
03216-03224 from 11.00am to 11.50am 19/03/19 03216-03224 11.00am to 11.50am
03212-03215 from 10.45am to 12.39pm 18/03/19 03212-03215 10.45am to 12.39pm
03197-03211 from 10.00am to 10.36am 08/02/19 03197-03211 10.00am to 10.36am
19-11-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 03194-03196 from 10.00am to 10.13am 19/11/18 03194-03196 10.00am to 10.13am
21-09-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 03160-03193 from 10.00am to 11.25am.pdf 21/09/18 03160-03193 10.00am to 11.25am
20-09-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 03053-03112 from 10.00am to 12.57pm.pdf 20/09/18 03053-03112 10.00am to 12.57pm
20-09-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 03113-03159 from 2.00pm to 4.00pm.pdf 20/09/18 03113-03159 2.00pm to 4.00pm
19-09-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 02952-03005 from 10.00am to 12.45pm.pdf 19/09/18 02952-03005 10.00am to 12.45pm
19-09-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 03006-03052 from 2.15pm to 4.12pm.pdf 19/09/18 03006-03052 2.15pm to 4.12pm
18-09-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 02838-02906 from 10.00am to 1.05pm.pdf 18/09/18 02838-02906 10.00am to 1.05pm
18-09-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 02907-02951 from 2.00pm to 4.07pm.pdf 18/09/18 02907-02951 2.00pm to 4.07pm
17-09-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 02824-02837 from 10.30am to 12.51pm.pdf 17/09/18 02824-02837 10.30am to 12.51pm
17-08-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 02711-02778 from 9.30am to 1.00pm.pdf 17/08/18 02711-02778 9.30am to 1.00pm
17-08-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 02779-02823 from 2.00pm to 4.01pm.pdf 17/08/18 02779-02823 2.00pm to 4.01pm
16-08-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 02628-02672 from 10.30am to 1.00pm.pdf 16/08/18 02628-02672 10.30am to 1.00pm
16-08-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 02673-02710 from 2.00pm to 3.45pm.pdf 16/08/18 02673-02710 2.00pm to 3.45pm
15-08-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 02534-02581 from 10.15am to 12.56pm.pdf 15/08/18 02534-02581 10.15am to 12.56pm
15-08-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 02582-02627 from 2.00pm to 4.32pm.pdf 15/08/18 02582-02627 2.00pm to 4.32pm
14-08-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 02443-02494 from 10.00am to 1.01pm.pdf 14/08/18 02443-02494 10.00am to 1.01pm
14-08-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 02495-02533 from 2.00pm to 4.02pm.pdf 14/08/18 02495-02533 2.00pm to 4.02pm
13-08-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 02341-02397 from 10.00am to 1.01pm.pdf 13/08/18 02341-02397 10.00am to 1.01pm
13-08-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 02398-02442 from 2.00pm to 4.11pm.pdf 13/08/18 02398-02442 2.00pm to 4.11pm
10-08-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 02238-02293 from 10.00am to 12.59pm.pdf 10/08/18 02238-02293 10.00am to 12.59pm
10-08-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 02294-02340 from 2.00pm to 4.09pm.pdf 10/08/18 02294-02340 2.00pm to 4.09pm
09-08-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 02179-02182 from 10.00am to 10.30am.pdf 09/08/18 02179-02182 10.00am to 10.30am
09-08-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 02183-02237 from 2.00pm to 4.19pm.pdf 09/08/18 02183-02237 2.00pm to 4.19pm
07-08-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 02059-02117 from 10.00am to 1.00pm.pdf 07/08/18 02059-02117 10.00am to 1.00pm
07-08-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 02118-02178 from 2.00pm to 5.13pm.pdf 07/08/18 02118-02178 2.00pm to 5.13pm
06-08-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 01954-02005 from 10.00am to 1.00pm.pdf 06/08/18 01954-02005 10.00am to 1.00pm
06-08-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 02006-02058 from 2.00pm to 3.59pm.pdf 06/08/18 02006-02058 2.00pm to 3.59pm
20-07-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 01871-01904 from 10.08am to 12.03pm.pdf 20/07/18 01871-01904 10.08am to 12.03pm
20-07-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 01905-01953 from 2.02pm to 3.51pm.pdf 20/07/18 01905-01953 2.02pm to 3.51pm
19-07-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 01800-01833 from 10.18am to 11.39am.pdf 19/07/18 01800-01833 10.18am to 11.39am
19-07-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 01834-01870 from 2.37pm to 4.14pm.pdf 19/07/18 01834-01870 2.37pm to 4.14pm
18-07-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 01685-01747 from 10.05am to 1.02pm.pdf 18/07/18 01685-01747 10.05am to 1.02pm
18-07-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 01748-01799 from 2.05pm to 4.25pm.pdf 18/07/18 01748-01799 2.05pm to 4.25pm
17-07-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 01574-01631 from 10.05am to 12.56pm.pdf 17/07/18 01574-01631 10.05am to 12.56pm
17-07-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 01632-01684 from 2.00 pm to 4.01pm - Amended.pdf 17/07/18 01632-01684 2.00 pm to 4.01pm
16-07-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 01477-01527 from 10.26am to 12.55pm - Amended.pdf 16/07/18 01477-01527 10.26am to 12.55pm
16-07-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 01528-01573 from 2.05pm to 3.57pm.pdf 16/07/18 01528-01573 2.05pm to 3.57pm
16-05-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 01452-01472 from 10.15am to 12.09pm.pdf 16/05/18 01452-01472 10.15am to 12.09pm
15-05-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 01365-01404 from 11.00am to 12.53pm.pdf 15/05/18 01365-01404 11.00am to 12.53pm
15-05-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 01405-01451 from 2.00pm to 4.00pm.pdf 15/05/18 01405-01451 2.00pm to 4.00pm
14-05-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 01277-01335 from 10.00am to 12.55pm.pdf 14/05/18 01277-01335 10.00am to 12.55pm
14-05-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 01336-01364 from 2.00pm to 3.27pm.pdf 14/05/18 01336-01364 2.00pm to 3.27pm
13-04-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 01136-01196 from 10.00am to 1.02pm.pdf 13/04/18 01136-01196 10.00am to 1.02pm
13-04-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 01197-001276 from 2.00pm to 4.56pm.pdf 13/04/18 01197-001276 2.00pm to 4.56pm
12-04-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 001054-01107 from 10.00am to 12.58pm.pdf 12/04/18 001054-01107 10.00am to 12.58pm
12-04-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 01108-01135 from 2.00pm to 3.15pm.pdf 12/04/18 01108-01135 2.00pm to 3.15pm
11-04-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 00949-01004 from 10.15am to 12.57pm.pdf 11/04/18 00949-01004 10.15am to 12.57pm
11-04-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 01005-01053 from 2.00pm to 4.00pm.pdf 11/04/18 01005-01053 2.00pm to 4.00pm
10-04-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 00865-00920 from 10.15am to 1.19pm 2.pdf 10/04/18 00865-00920 10.15am to 1.19pm
10-04-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 00921-00948 from 2.00pm to 3.06pm.pdf 10/04/18 00921-00948 2.00pm to 3.06pm
09-04-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 00754-00822 from 10.00am to 12.59pm.pdf 09/04/18 00754-00822 10.00am to 12.59pm
09-04-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 00823-00864 from 2.00pm to 3.51pm.pdf 09/04/18 00823-00864 2.00pm to 3.51pm
06-04-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 00646-00702 from 9.45am to 12.58pm - Copy.pdf 06/04/18 00646-00702 9.45am to 12.58pm
06-04-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 00703-00753 from 2.00pm to 4.00pm.pdf 06/04/18 00703-00753 2.00pm to 4.00pm
05-04-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 00528-00588 from 10.00am to 12.59pm.pdf 05/04/18 00528-00588 10.00am to 12.59pm
05-04-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 00589-00645 from 2.00pm to 4.14pm.pdf 05/04/18 00589-00645 2.00pm to 4.14pm
04-04-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 00417-00470 from 10.15am to 12.58pm.pdf 04/04/18 00417-00470 10.15am to 12.58pm
04-04-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 00471-00527 from 2.00pm to 4.02pm.pdf 04/04/18 00471-00527 2.00pm to 4.02pm
03-04-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 00311-00370 from 10.00am to 12.58pm.pdf 03/04/18 00311-00370 10.00am to 12.58pm
03-04-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 00371-00416 from 2.00pm to 4.01pm.pdf 03/04/18 00371-00416 2.00pm to 4.01pm
29-03-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 00202-00268 from 9.30am to 1.05pm.pdf 29/03/18 00202-00268 9.30am to 1.05pm
29-03-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 00269-00310 from 2.08pm to 3.49pm.pdf 29/03/18 00269-00310 2.08pm to 3.49pm
28-03-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 00096-00157 from 10.00am to 1.03pm.PDF 28/03/18 00096-00157 10.00am to 1.03pm
28-03-2018 Operation Skyline transcript pp. 000158-00201 from 2.00pm to 4.00pm.pdf 28/03/18 000158-00201 2.00pm to 4.00pm
Operation Skyline Transcript_day 1_morning_27032018.pdf 27/03/18 00001-00049 10:00am to 1:00pm
27-03-2018 Operation SKYLINE transcript pp. 00050-00095 from 2.00pm to 4.05pm.pdf 27/03/18 00050-00095 2.00pm to 4.05pm
Exhibits
Skyline Exhibit List (PDF)

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