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Topic: Ron Medich
ICAC inquiry: ‘drunk, sore and distressed’ minister caught napping

ICAC inquiry: ‘drunk, sore and distressed’ minister caught napping

After six days of evidence about Ian Macdonald’s infamous night at room 1119 in the Four Seasons Hotel with Tiffanie, it was a huge relief to finally hear it from the horse’s mouth.

ICAC inquiry: Medich explains happy endings to the court

ICAC inquiry: Medich explains happy endings to the court

Most people approach a day at ICAC in total dread, but multimillionaire property developer Ron Medich appeared insouciant, verbally wrangling with counsel assisting, Geoffrey Watson SC and even the commissioner.

ICAC inquiry: Ron Medich details night with sex worker

ICAC inquiry: Ron Medich details night with sex worker

Multimillionaire Sydney businessman Ron Medich this morning made his long-awaited appearance in the witness box at the Independent Commission Against Corruption.

ICAC learns rough kissing meant no breakfast with Tiffanie

ICAC learns rough kissing meant no breakfast with Tiffanie

"If you knew who I was, you would be surprised." When Ian Macdonald allegedly said this to an Asian sex worker in a Sydney hotel room in 2009, he could not have imagined that his words would end up in a corruption inquiry.

Minister ‘Sir Lunchalot’ — did Medich put the ‘lay’ into Labor?

Minister ‘Sir Lunchalot’ — did Medich put the ‘lay’ into Labor?

Christmas came early for political voyeurs yesterday when the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption opened an inquiry into whether a former Labor minister had accepted s-xual services.

Medich, the pr-stitute and the cabinet minister: ICAC inquiry begins

Medich, the pr-stitute and the cabinet minister: ICAC inquiry begins

The NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption is currently hearing evidence a NSW cabinet minister in 2009 receiving the services of a sex worker paid for by Ron Medich.

Thumped, bumped and bumped off at ICAC

Thumped, bumped and bumped off at ICAC

The difference between being thumped, bumped and bumped off is still a mystery, even after a whole day spent at the current ICAC hearing in Sydney into allegations of murdered Michael McGurk's corrupt conduct.