Riverina company UWE Hay paid cheque and China costs to former Wagga MP, ICAC hears

Rex Martinich
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By Rex Martinich, and Rachel McDonald
Updated April 14 2021 - 1:39pm, first published October 8 2020 - 7:05am
Then-Wagga MP Daryl Maguire (left) and then-NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell (right) open a UWE Hay at Wumbulgal, located 25 kilometres west of Leeton, in 2015. ICAC heard on Thursday that UWE paid Mr Maguire $1400 and paid for his trip to China. Picture: The Irrigator

A corruption inquiry has heard claims that former Wagga MP Maguire was given a $1400 cheque and had all expenses paid for a trip to China on behalf of a Riverina export business.

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Rex Martinich

Rex Martinich

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Journalist for the Daily Advertiser in Wagga Wagga covering politics and data. Mobile: 0437 853 137 Email: rex.martinich@dailyadvertiser.com.au

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Rachel McDonald

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Rachel is a reporter at The Daily Advertiser covering Real Estate, Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs and Bushfire Recovery and a reporter at the Junee Southern Cross. Get in touch via rachel.mcdonald@dailyadvertiser.com.au or 0407 264 836.

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