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Nigel Powell

Nigel Powell was a police officer in England and Queensland. In 1987 he was involved in the establishment of the Fitzgerald Royal Commission in Queensland, and before that worked closely with the investigations of The Courier-Mail and the ABC’s Four Corners program. Subsequently, he spent two years as a senior education officer for the New South Wales Independent Commission against Corruption (ICAC).


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Law & Liberties - 8/06/2010 - 15 comments
Joh Bjelke-Petersen's send-off should befit his legacy to Queensland
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