LIBERAL MP QUITS AFTER BEING HEARD BOASTING HE COULD PROFIT FROM PROPERTY SALE TO CHINESE DEVELOPERS

State politician Daryl Maguire quit the Liberal Party after he was recorded discussing how he could potentially profit from the sale of a property to Chinese property developers.

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