Following a recent upgrade to the web publishing software, a small number of documents could not be found when searched for using the “Find Documents” search functionality on this page. In order to resolve this we republished these documents.
THIS SECTION IS CONTINUALLY UPDATED AS NEW DOCUMENTS BECOME AVAILABLE.
After each hearing, a large number of documents will be published on this site. Each document falls into one of the following three categories:
(i) Witness Statements – normally one document with the main statement for each witness, as well as supplementary statements
(ii) Hearing Transcripts – normally one document that covers the day’s hearing, as well as document(s) for each witness
(iii) Supporting Documents – these include any documents referenced (see below) in the witness statements and the hearing transcripts, and any other documents used during the hearing that are deemed appropriate to be released to the public. Often these documents relate to several witnesses.
To view those documents you will need to take note of the relevant alphanumeric document reference (3 letters followed by 5 or 8 digits, for example ADS12345, CEC12345678, etc.) from the witness statements and the hearing transcripts, and use those references with the Documents Search facility on this page. You can search for document name, reference number, witness name or document content; then refine your search using the drop-down options. Note that due to web publishing constraints, the supporting documents titles contain their document reference only. However, for completeness, the original document descriptions together with the date when each document was created, and the date when they were first called up during the Public Hearing, have been made available in the two reference file(s) linked below. You may open either file and use the file’s “Find” command to look up the alphanumeric document reference(s) you have noted from the witness statements and/or the hearing transcripts.
Spreadsheet (.xlsx) File – a Spreadsheet file requires Microsoft Excel, or any spreadsheet application such as Kingsoft Spreadsheets, OpenOffice Calc, Google Docs, etc. Most are free.
Text (.txt) File – a plain text document that would normally open in your Internet browser, or by a wide variety of text editing and word processing applications for Android, Linux, Microsoft Windows and Mac-based platforms.
Although every effort has been made to minimise document file size, some documents remain rather large. For a better web experience it has been necessary to split these larger documents into several parts of smaller file size. In such cases the document titles have been appended with the part number.