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Operation Keppel given an extension : Gladys in the hood

Readers might be interested to know that the corruption inquiry (Operation Keppel) into former NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian’s conduct in office has agreed to give participants more time to make submissions. Their website has been updated with this message. In accordance with the new timetable for submissions set on 17 December 2021, the submissions of Counsel Assisting were provided to relevant persons (or their legal representatives) on 15 February 2022.


All submissions in response to the submissions of Counsel Assisting were to be provided to the Commission by 28 March 2022. Some parties requested and were granted an extension of time in which to make their submissions. The last submission in response is now due on 9 May 2022.


All submissions are subject to non-publication directions pursuant to s 112 of the Independent Commission Against Corruption Act 1988.


The Commission will not be making further comment. It looks like there is more to come in this inquiry. Ms Berejiklian attended a local invite only Liberal campaign event in the Shoalhaven, most likely to offer her support to the contesting liberal candidate, ex-member for Bega, Andrew Constance. One local scoffed when told of the visit saying "There was no sign of Gareth Ward, Scott Morrison or Warren Mundine. Who are they going to roll out next? Peter Dutton, John Howard, maybe best mate Barilaro?"

Image: Facebook Optus announced in February the appointment of Ms Gladys Berejiklian to the newly created role of Managing Director, Enterprise, Business and Institutional to lift its focus on unlocking a greater share of the multi-billion-dollar enterprise, business, and institutional markets.

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