QLD’s corruption watchdog finds laptop controversy was ‘mischaracterisation’ | ABC News

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An investigation by Queensland’s corruption watchdog into the controversy surrounding laptops taken from the integrity commissioner’s office has found the circumstances were “entirely ordinary”.

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