The tenth day of a corruption inquiry into former Wagga MP Daryl Maguire heard from the NSW Deputy Premier senior staff member and for former boss of the Greater Sydney Commission.
Hearings at the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) had Tim Lakos, Jock Sowter and Sarah Hill appear to wind up the second week of the inquiry.
Mr Lakos is director who used to help manage $120 billion of Chinese investments across the world, who was originally set to give evidence on Thursday.
Other news from ICAC hearings
Mr Sowter is NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro's director of strategy and Sarah Hill is the former chief executive of the Greater Sydney Commission.
ICAC on Thursday heard claims Mr Maguire stood to gain up to $1 million or more for his part in selling land belonging to the Waterhouse family.
ICAC has also released its list of witnesses to appear at the third week of hearings, which resumes on Tuesday following the Labour Day public holiday.
The Daily Advertiser's live coverage of the investigation, also known as Operation Keppel, begins each morning prior to the 10am start of proceedings.
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