• All bark or some bite?

    Yee-Fui Ng     |      October 9, 2022

    Labor’s anti-corruption proposal offers a strong, yet proportionate, vision for a credible commission with robust powers and both internal and external accountability.

  • Watching the watchdogs

    Yee-Fui Ng     |      October 21, 2021

    Many current COVID-19 recovery plans are not compatible with the Paris Agreement on climate change and will have long-term health implications, according to a global report featuring Australian authors.

  • A better way to protect government integrity

    Yee-Fui Ng     |      October 27, 2020

    Independent MP Helen Haines has just introduced a bill into parliament to establish a robust new federal integrity commission. Without the government’s support, it is unlikely to pass but the move is designed to force the government’s hand.

  • Will the new CIC reduce government corruption?

    Yee-Fui Ng     |      December 15, 2018

    The Federal Government has finally announced steps to tackle corruption in its midst, however, while the model proposed is an improvement on the piecemeal status quo, it may not go far enough to be effective.