Disaster relief funds may have ended up in pockets of NSW RFS employees, ICAC hears

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By Thomas Oriti and Nick Dole – 2 Jun 2015

Hundreds of thousands of dollars in government funding for disaster relief may have ended up in the pockets of New South Wales Rural Fire Service (RFS) employees, a corruption inquiry in Sydney has been told.

You can read the full story by clicking HERE or the image (above).

This is a terrible situation but the VFFA acknowledges that the majority of volunteers and staff conduct their service to the community in a professional manner.

Please consult with the ICAC web site for additional information and updates.

 

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