Manus Island security contractor rejects corruption claims

Asylum seekers at the Oscar compound in the Manus Island detention centre, Papua New Guinea. Picture: SMH

CANBERRA, 22 FEBRUARY 2019 (SMH) – The little-known security company at the centre of a $423 million (US$303 million) Manus Island contracting controversy has broken its silence to reject suggestions of improper payments or bad debts. After enduring intense media and parliamentary scrutiny, Paladin director Ian Stewart uploaded a statement to the company’s website on Wednesday […]

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