Former NSW education minister Adrian Piccoli has called for a commission of inquiry into the way Catholic schools spend public money

Updated May 25 2017 - 3:53pm, first published 1:00pm

Former NSW education minister Adrian Piccoli has called for a commission of inquiry into the way Catholic schools spend public money, saying as a practising Catholic he is "deeply disappointed" with their lack of transparency.

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