Depending on the inaccuracy on your curriculum vitae, lying on your CV could be crime, says UNSW’s Professor Alex Steel.
In the wake of the High Court's ruling we should extend ICAC's powers, but any new authority should be limited to cases where there are serious or systemic allegations, writes Gabrielle Appleby.
The High Court says ICAC had no power to investigate Crown prosecutor Margaret Cunneen, an important decision that is likely to have a bearing on other ICAC investigations, writes Gabrielle Appleby.
The ICAC’s job is to investigate allegations of corruption, as it is defined broadly in the Act. The ICAC is an investigator, not a prosecutor, writes Nicholas Cowdrey.
While Kevin Rudd isn't infallible or a sure winner at the coming election, it will take more than the ICAC recommendations to knock him off his game, writes Marke Rolfe.
Not only is Eddie Obeid an old acquaintance of ICAC's, he is the link between successive political casualties, argues Mark Rolfe.