Nuttall's trial to go ahead Monday

A CORRUPTION trial for former Queensland minister Gordon Nuttall will go ahead on Monday.

Nuttall, 57, faces charges of corruptly receiving payments totalling $152,700 from businessman Brendan McKennariey.

The former Labor MP owns a house in Woodgate that will be sold to help pay $675,000 he restitution and court costs.

It is alleged he received payments from Mr McKennariey when he was receiving funds, as a subcontractor, from projects undertaken with the state government.



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