The corruption inquiry into former Wagga MP Daryl Maguire entered its fifth day on Friday.
On Thursday, the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption heard from Temora businessman Angus McLaren, who told the hearing he participated in a Chinese worker visa "scam" with an immigration agent linked to Mr Maguire.
Electrical services director Shaun Duffy continued his testimony on Friday morning, with Peter Wood also on the witness list.
Other news from ICAC hearings:
Rundles Auction founder and Regional Development Australia's Riverina chairman Richard Allsopp was initially listed to give evidence on day five, but was been removed from the witness list.
ICAC is investigating allegations Mr Maguire breached public trust and used of parliamentary resources for personal gain.
The Daily Advertiser's live coverage of the investigation, also known as Operation Keppel, begins each morning prior to the 10am start of proceedings.
Below is a recap of live coverage from the first week of hearings. Live coverage of the second week continues here.
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