Named and Shamed: Rod Oxley's inside story of the Wollongong corruption scandal

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Named and Shamed: Rod Oxley's inside story of the Wollongong corruption scandal

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"Rod, there are some people from the ICAC here to see you"

There was no way of telling at the time, but those words heralded the unfolding of a sex and corruption scandal that would see the regional Australian city of Wollongong propelled in to international headlines for all the wrong reasons.

Named and Shamed  is the story of the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption investigation that led to sensational claims of sex for approval of development applications, extortion by conmen , and political corruption that licked at the heels of a state government. It is a Wollongong story, but also a tale that could be set anywhere in Australia.

It's told through the eyes of Rod Oxley, former CEO of Wollongong City Council, who gives his account of the ICAC investigation and findings, and the impact the scandal has had on him personally and on Wollongong as a whole.

Having been "named and shamed" in the inquiry yet not recommended for prosecution, Oxley has a chilling message for anyone in a senior public role: this could happen to you.

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