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Report on investigation into north coast land development / Independent Commission Against Corruption
Bib ID 334801
Format BookBook
Author
New South Wales. Independent Commission Against Corruption
 
Description [Sydney] : The Commission, 1990 
xxvi, 670 p. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0730578216
Notes

Report prepared by Adrian Roden, Assistant Commissioner.

"July 1990"

Commissioner: Ian Temby

Subjects Political corruption -- New South Wales.  |  Corruption investigation -- New South Wales.  |  Real estate development -- New South Wales -- North Coast.  |  North Coast (N.S.W.)
Other authors/contributors Roden, Adrian, 1926-
Also Titled

North Coast report

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