October in Canberra heralds the annual reporting season for government departments and agencies. Given the interest in Angus Taylor’s brainchild, the Infrastructure and Project Financing Agency (IPFA), its latest 2018/19 Annual Report was eagerly anticipated. Jommy Tee reports.
A long forgotten 2006 transcript from the ABC’s 7:30 Report bowls up undisputed evidence that Barnaby Joyce deliberately stonewalled and fudged the facts about his role in the #Watergate scandal.
To allow the poisoning of critically endangered grasslands by a company which he part-owned, Angus Taylor pushed to have the environment legislation reviewed. The review was chaired by Dr Wendy Craik, a regular reviewer for government. Will it be a “win-win” for the wealthy financier?
There is still no evidence that IPFA does much but Angus Taylor’s brainchild has just delivered executives another round of lucrative contracts. Jommy Tee and Ronni Salt chronicle the latest movements at the enigmatic Infrastructure and Project Financing Agency (IPFA)
When Angus Taylor was first promoted to the ministry as Assistant Minister for Cities and Digital Transformation in February 2016, he drew on his wealth of knowledge of consultancies to set up the little-known IPFA, the Infrastructure and Project Financing Agency