Media Releases

Bribery and Corruption Undermine Sport

28 May 2015

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The arrest of some of the most powerful figures in global football on bribery and corruption charges is a wakeup call for New Zealand

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State Sanctioned Bribes Unacceptable

19 May 2015

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The Organised Crime and Anti-corruption Bill allows facilitation payments-small bribes-undermining New Zealand’s strong reputation for being corruption free.

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2015 Deloitte Bribery and Corruption Survey Australia New Zealand

25 March 2015

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Deloitte’s 2015 Bribery and Corruption survey is a wake up call for NZ businesses operating here and overseas as they are at risk of being caught up with bribery and corruption scandals.

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Sir Don McKinnon Becomes TINZ Patron

18 March 2015

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Transparency International announces that one of New Zealand’s most respected public figures Sir Don McKinnon has agreed to become its Patron.

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MR Law and Order Committee Crimes Bill TINZ Statement

10 March 2015

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The chair of Transparency International New Zealand, Suzanne Snively warns New Zealand is putting its existing reputation at risk by leaving in place any legislation that can be seen to condone bribery

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Organized Crimes Bill Submission by TINZ

8 February 2015

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Transparency International New Zealand’s submission to the Law and Order Select Committee regarding the The Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Legislation Bill

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Corruption Perceptions Index 2014 Media Release

2 December 2014

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Denmark has overtaken New Zealand to become the county with the lowest level of perceived corruption in the public sector in 2014

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OECD Progress Report 2014

23 October 2014

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Corruption Report 2014 finds some positive developments for New Zealand, but more still to be done

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Open Letter to the Prime Minister

24 September 2014

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An open letter to the Prime Minister… in which Transparency International New Zealand asks the Prime Minister to ensure integrity underpins all work he leads “in the best interests of all New Zealanders”

John Key Prime Minister New Zealand

29 September 2014

Dear Prime Minister,

Congratulations on your re-election and for your commitment to making our country a better place to live with a brighter future for New Zealand and New Zealanders.

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