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Vickie Chapman has a moment of levity during her controversial swearing-in this week. Photo: Tony Lewis / InDaily
Opinion

Richardson: I was adamant Chapman had a conflict. The Ombudsman says she didn’t

Last year, Tom Richardson argued that the then-Attorney-General and Deputy Premier had a “textbook” clear case of perceived conflict of interest in relation to her decision to veto a $40 million timber port. This week the state’s Ombudsman disagreed, completely.

News

Speirs’ shock ‘conflict’ admission as former A-G warns of ‘terrible precedent’

Opposition Leader David Speirs concedes he believed there was a potential perceived conflict of interest around Vickie Chapman’s decision to veto a major Kangaroo Island timber port, before an Ombudsman’s report ruled otherwise – in a decision that a former Attorney-General today warned would have “far-reaching adverse implications for integrity in government”.

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Marshall, Chapman under Ombudsman spotlight as Governor petitioned

UPDATED | Premier Steven Marshall and senior government executives are in the spotlight as part of a newly-launched independent investigation into the actions of embattled Attorney-General Vickie Chapman – as Parliamentary Speaker Dan Cregan today visited the Governor to inform her the House of Assembly has lost confidence in the Deputy Premier.

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