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Premier’s office broke the law: watchdog



The explosive finding from the State Records and Archives Authority (SARA) came after the Information Commissioner referred the matter to the corruption watchdog.The so-called “working advice notes” had provided a list of proposed projects that could be funded as part of a $252 million government grants program the Opposition has labelled a slush fund.

The Premier has previously defended grants made under the Stronger Communities Fund – which almost…


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