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A look at what’s wrong with our Parliament

 

 

A painstaking investigation by ICAC Commissioner Ken Fleming (at right) raises fundamental questions about the "principles of integrity, honesty, accountability, responsibility and public interest" that the Speaker of the NT Legislative Assembly is meant to apply to the office, as Kezia Purick (at left) resigns. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Lambley wants ALP probed on Dan Murphy's

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She will put Labor's dealings with the liquor giant Dan Murphy's before the Political Donations Inquiry and the new Independent Commission Against Corruption, writes Robyn Lambley (pictured), Independent Member for Araluen.

 

Lambley, Gunner slugging it out

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She said he's using low tactics, he said she's selling out the people of Alice Springs.

 

Giles 'rolled' by his own side

 

 

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

 

CLP Chief Minister Adam Giles’ leadership suffered a major blow when he was rolled by his own side amid Question Time chaos yesterday, writes Opposition Leader Delia Lawrie.

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