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Wingard cleared of bullying, misconduct

Sports Minister Corey Wingard and his chief of staff have been cleared of allegations of bullying and misconduct after an independent investigation, Premier Steven Marshall has told parliament – but the State Government won’t release the report in full.

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An artist's rendition of the 4km tunnels under South Road as part of the final stage of the 78km North-South Corridor (Photo: supplied/State Government)
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Local construction industry wants in on South Rd upgrade

South Australia’s construction industry is hoping for a substantial piece of the “staggering” amount of material procurement on offer for the final tunnelling stage of the North-South Corridor, amid calls for a broader rethink of how the State Government tenders to local companies.

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External investigator to probe Wingard claims

A private investigator has been brought in to deal with a complaint against Sports Minister Corey Wingard and a member of his staff, after the head of the state’s peak grassroots sporting group claimed she felt “bullied and intimidated” after a meeting with the pair.

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Complaint about minister sparks independent inquiry

A complaint about the behaviour of Sports Minister Corey Wingard during a meeting with the head of the state’s peak grassroots sporting organisation has been referred to the Commissioner for Public Sector Employment for independent investigation, Premier Steven Marshall has confirmed.