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'Facilitation payment' does not condone bribes - Govt

Political commentary from Radio New Zealand: The New Zealand government says it is not condoning bribery and corruption in other jurisdictions by allowing some so-called 'facilitation payments' to foreign officials.

'Corruption is an issue of our times' says TI head

Corruption is truly a key global issue, the head of Transparency International has told students at an elite international relations school in Switzerland. Read more.

NZ Tops Open Government Budget Survey

Government's books top transparency list


Transparency International: Criminal investigation must force Sepp Blatter out of FIFA

FIFA reform campaigners call on SFO to ‘follow the money’ more urgently

FIFA reform campaigners have called on the British authorities to do more to “follow the money” and help United States and Swiss investigators tackle corruption at world football’s governing body. The Guardian.

TPPA transparency

Even TPPA supporters want more transparency

Why September 2015 matters much in the global battle on routing out corruption. By Frank Vogl a co-founder of Transparency International

Corruption crisis in Malaysia

Transparency International: Malaysia facing major corruption crisis.

Prime Minister's commitment to anti-corruption

Prime Minister attempt at humor raises questions about his commitment to eliminating corruption.

Auditor-General's Saudi sheep probe

Auditor-General Lyn Provost probes Saudi live sheep scandal article by Pattrick Smellie.

OGP editorial

Government transparency consultation period an 'insult' Pattrick Smellie.

Suzanne Snively radio interview regarding Saudi sheep

Click here to listen to Suzanne's Radio Interview

Letter to the editor

The Charter Accounts magazine Acuity published a letter to the editor by Suzanne Snively in August 2015. Read a copy of her comments.


Recent Activity

Protect our whistleblowers
Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ) is calls for better whistleblower protection. 8 Aug, 2017

Auditor General resignation requires transparency
Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ) calls on Parliament to release the report by Sir Maarten Wevers that lead to the resignation of Auditor-General Martin Matthews. 5 Aug, 2017

TINZ applauds decline in foreign trusts
Government implementation of tougher disclosure requirements for foreign trusts have led to around 75% discontinuing or exiting New Zealand. 9 Jul, 2017

Public Sector Integrity Media Release
State Services Commission took a very positive step in addressing a key recommendation of TINZ's Integrity Plus 2013 New Zealand National Integrity System Assessment by advertising a role for Deputy Commissioner, Integrity, Ethics and Standards. 11 May, 2017

Corruption Perceptions Index 2016 TINZ media release
Transparency International 25 Jan, 2017