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Currawong Retreat Sale Not In Icac Jurisdiction starstarstarstarstar   21st January 2010 - Views: 391 The matter will not be dealt with as part of the planned public inquiry because the ICAC can only investigate allegations of "corrupt conduct" as that term is defined in the Independent Commission Against Corruption Act 1988.

Public Inquiry Into Corrupt Conduct Allegations Involving Michael Mcgurk & Oth starstarstarstarstar   21st January 2010 - Views: 296 The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) will hold a public inquiry from 10:00 am on Monday 1 February 2010 as part of an investigation it has been conducting into corrupt conduct allegations involving Michael McGurk and others.

Fbi Ends Copperfield Investigation, Copperfield Accuser Investigated According To Angelo Calfo Of Ya starstarstarstarstar   14th January 2010 - Views: 348 Fbi Ends Copperfield Investigation, Copperfield Accuser Investigated According To Angelo Calfo Of Ya "David Copperfield, his family and friends are relieved that federal prosecutors finally closed their investigation without bringing a single charge, after Bellevue police recommended that the so-called victim be charged as a criminal for making a false rape claim last month against a Seattle-area man," Calfo said.

Firearms Still Being Stolen Because Of Security Failures By Owners starstarstarstarstar   12th January 2010 - Views: 376 Firearms Still Being Stolen Because Of Security Failures By Owners The Australian Institute of Criminology’s (AIC) annual firearm theft report reveals many firearm owners continue to lose weapons because they have not been properly secured.

Canberra Man Charged With Online Child Grooming starstarstarstarstar   16th December 2009 - Views: 350 A 58-year-old McKellar man will appear in the Canberra Magistrates Court this morning after being charged by the Australian Federal Police (AFP) for grooming of a person under 16 years.

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