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  • Government more corrupt under National

    Government more corrupt under National

    Dealings with Saudi sheep farmers, Hollywood, and Judith Collins' relationship with Chinese company Oravida are likely to have played a part in making the country look more corrupt, with New Zealand dropping down anti-corruption scales. That's what an ethics professor's saying after Transparency International's Corruption Perceptions Index for 2016 ranked New Zealand as the fourth least corrupt country in the world - our worst ranking since 1998. Associate Professor Tim Dare said it's because th...
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  • Complaint turns up heat on Collins

    Complaint turns up heat on Collins



    An ACC whistleblower has complained to the privacy commissioner alleging Cabinet minister Judith Collins leaked confidential but false details to WhaleOil blogger Cameron Slater.
    Bronwyn Pullar filed her complaint after reading in Nicky Hager's Dirty Politics claims of Slater giving a friend - a former sex worker - false details about Pullar that the blogger said he got after speaking to Collins.

    Privacy Commissioner John Edwards, whose office is overseen by Collins...
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  • Govt must not intrude on courts-Judith Collins

    Govt must not intrude on courts-Judith Collins


    Justice Minister Judith Collins explains why it would be wrong for her to intervene to
    review the conviction of Teina Pora for the rape and murder of Susan Burdett. Her argument that it would be unconstitutionally safe for her to intervene, is in sharp contrast to recent lobbying by judges to influence Parliament over the judges pecuniary interests bill and new Family Court legislation New Zealand has one of the best-performing justice systems in the world. It has minimal corruption,
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  • Justice staff feared a 'feral' judge

    Justice staff feared a 'feral' judge

    Emails released in the High Court at Auckland today show Justice Minister Judith Collins' staff were seeking to stop a judge appointed to independently review David Bain's compensation case from "going completely feral". An email sent from Ms Collins' press secretary Rachael Bowie to Ms Collins, her senior private secretary Megan Wallace and Ms Collins' senior adviser Margaret Malcolm said Justice Ian Binnie needed to be kept "in the tent for as possible" to avoid his "very damaging" report from being...
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