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Convicted Ministry of Transport fraudster Joanne Harrison has had two months added to her sentence for defrauding another ministry.
A woman imprisoned for defrauding the government of $700,000 has been taking counselling programmes to free herself from a "jail constructed in her own head".
A woman who defrauded the Ministry of Transport of more than $700,000 has been denied parole.
Transport Ministry fraudster Joanne Harrison had a business partner who got a 30 percent cut of stolen money but was never charged.
Martin Matthews was apparently given an ultimatum by MPs who appointed him to resign or face a parliamentary vote of no confidence.
Speaker of the House David Carter says the public don't have the right to know what was in a draft report that led to the resignation of the Auditor-General. Audio
RNZ political reporter Benedict Collins discusses Martin Matthews resignation from his role as Auditor General. Video, Audio
The country's highest public watchdog, Auditor-General Martin Matthews, has fallen on his sword. Audio
Whistleblowers who raised red flags about Ministry of Transport fraudster Joanne Harrison say they've been vindicated by the inquiry into their job losses.
The State Service Commissioner has apologised and offered compensation to former Transport Ministry staff who suffered hurt and humilation at the hands of convicted fraudster Joanne Harrison. Video, Audio
Ministry of Transport whistleblowers suffered "unnecessary hurt and humiliation" in a restructure process involving convicted fraudster Joanne Harrison, an investigation has found. Video
The State Services Commission investigation due to be made public today concludes convicted fraudster Joanne Harrison forced whistleblowers out of the Transport Ministry. Audio
RNZ political reporter Benedict Collins says an inquiry has concluded that convicted fraudster Joanne Harrison made sure whistle-blowers at the Ministry of Transport lost their jobs. Audio
Emails from the Transport Minister show he told his own ministry that its plans to withhold information from a Labour MP were at odds with its promise to be open and transparent.
The inquiry into whether a convicted fraudster forced out whistleblowers at the ministry will be released this month.
The Speaker of the House is standing by Martin Matthews' appointment as Auditor-General amid calls for an inquiry into fraud at the ministry he used to lead.
The Transport Ministry has launched a fresh investigation after former staff came forward saying they believed fraudster Joanne Harrison forced them out. Audio