State government insists it is choosing to publish delayed reports after upper house ultimatum

The business case for the controversial $2.3bn redevelopment plans for Sydney’s two major stadiums and the 2016 Tune report on out-of-home care for at-risk children will see the light of day this week.

The Berejiklian government agreed to release the reports, with redactions, but insisted it was doing so voluntarily and not in response to orders from the upper house that were passed after a frustrated Liberal crossed the floor.

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