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Federal Integrity Commission Needed to Rebuild Public Trust: Michael Manthorpe | Canberra Times

news, latest news, commonwealth ombudsman, michael manthorpe, federal icac, integrity commission, ipaa, government watchdogThe debate over the creation of a federal integrity commission should not drag on as public confidence in institutions continues to wane, a former government watchdog has warned. Recently, former Commonwealth Ombudsman Michael Manthorpe, who spent

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NSW COVID case grows, Victoria COVID case grows, Omicron variants grow, TGA approves Pfizer vaccine for children, Gladys Berejiklian considers Warringah seat running in federal election in 2022

The Liberal Party is keeping its options open, says its vice president as former NSW Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian considers running for Warringah's federal seat."I think anything is possible in politics," Liberal Vice President Teena McQueen told 2GB radio station earlier this morning."You always keep all your options open. However,

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Hampstead Rd, Homebush West: Boy, 13, attacked by dogs

Horrified spectators have witnessed a terrifying dog attack on a boy with a council seizing animals of two different breeds.A teenage boy is in hospital with serious injuries after he was attacked by two dogs in a park in the western part of Sydney.The 13-year-old was attacked by two dogs

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Uniting Senior Wellness Center launches new look at Beverly Hills | St George & Sutherland Shire Leader

+5Socializing, exercising and relaxing is the mantra of the newly renovated Senior Wellness Center in Beverly Hills. The center is designed for the elderly residents of the community and encourages maintaining or regaining physical, social and emotional well-being under one roof.Uniting opened its doors to the center this month, for

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