New Zealand: Sentences handed down in Auckland roading corruption case
22 Feb 2017

An Auckland contractor and public official have been jailed for corruption worth more than $1 million relating to roading contracts.

Stephen James Borlase and Murray John Noone stood trial over eight weeks last year, after pleading not guilty to bribery and corruption charges brought against them by the Serious Fraud Office.

Borlase, a former director of Projenz which undertook contract work for Auckland Transport (AT), was found guilty of eight charges of corruption or bribery of an official but not guilty of four charges of obtaining a document for pecuniary advantage.

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