Financial watchdog would get better access to SA cabinet documents

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South Australia‘s independent financial watchdog would be given better access to cabinet documents under new laws being introduced to state parliament by the opposition.

Last month, Auditor-General Andrew Richardson revealed his request to see cabinet documents linked to $133 million in local sport and community infrastructure grants had been rejected by the South Australian government.








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