Hockings v Queensland Retail Traders and Shopkeepers Association (Industrial Organization of Employers)  QIRC 037
Hockings, John Norman
Queensland Retail Traders and Shopkeepers Association (Industrial Organization of Employers)
Application to re-open proceedings
19 February 2014
12 and 26 April 2013
30 May 2013
Deputy President Bloomfield
1. Matter No. RIO/2012/155 be re-opened on the Commission's own initiative.
2. Orders in Matter No. RIO/2012/155, issued on 10 September 2012 and formalised on 5 December 2012, be vacated.
3. Mr Scott and Mrs Emma Driscoll be referred to the Queensland Police Service for investigation.
4. Mr Scott Driscoll be referred to the Speaker of Queensland Parliament for possibly misleading Parliament.
Friday, 2 December 2016
What started with this……
Hockings v Queensland Retail Traders and Shopkeepers Association (Industrial Organization of Employers)  QIRC 37 (19 February 2014):
Ended with this…….
Brisbane Times, 25 November 2016:
Former Queensland politician Scott Driscoll has admitted to soliciting thousands of dollars in secret commissions and falsifying records during his term as the Member for Redcliffe.
Driscoll was expected to stand trial in the Brisbane District Court next week but on Friday pleaded guilty to 15 charges, including fraud.
The 41-year-old was released on bail and is due to be sentenced next year on March 6.
The former Liberal National Party MP won office in the Newman government's landslide in the March 2012 election victory.
Driscoll resigned in disgrace from State Parliament in November 2013for misleading the House about his financial interests and his role in the Queensland Retail Traders and Shopkeepers Association.
A year later, Driscoll was charged by the Crime and Corruption Commission for soliciting secret commissions worth at least $400,000 on behalf of the QRTSA from Wesfarmers and Woolworths in October 2012 while he was in office……
Driscoll did not speak to the media as he left the court with his wife Emma, who was sentenced in September to three years jail, wholly suspended, for multiple counts of falsifying a record and making a false declaration.