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Drugs allegedly offered to managers of NBN delivery partners as kickbacks for work, inquiry told

Communications union national secretary Shane Murphy tells of grave concerns about the allocation of for the project

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The managers of companies contracted to build Australia’s national broadband network were allegedly offered illicit drugs and other kickbacks in exchange for , a committee reviewing job security has heard.

The Communications, Electrical and Plumbing Union national secretary, Shane Murphy, told the committee he had been told tobacco and cocaine were offered as incentives to award work to particular subcontractors, who he did not identify.

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