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NSW whistleblower says mining industry made payments to official’s personal credit card

A government whistleblower says she witnessed “extraordinary” payments from the mining industry to a public servant’s personal credit card, but says she was treated as a “leper” and pushed out of her department after making a series of corruption complaints. The New South Wales department of planning whistleblower Rebecca Connor has made damning allegations of corruption involving the approval of mining licences, first published by Fairfax Media on Tuesday. Connor managed the department’s titles operations unit for two years, between 2015 and 2017. She told Guardian Australia one of the most shocking things she witnessed was mining industry payments made to help cover the costs of a staff...

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