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Former Queensland Health Metro North boss Malcolm Stamp returns to Australia to face corruption charges in Brisbane

The former boss of Queensland's largest public hospital service has returned to Australia to face corruption charges in relation to an alleged nepotism scandal more than seven years ago.

Malcolm Frederick Stamp, who was the chief executive of Metro North Health and Hospital Service (MNHHS) between 2013 and 2014, appeared in the Brisbane Magistrates Court today for the first time since being charged by the Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC).

The CCC alleged in 2014 Mr Stamp dishonestly arranged for his daughter, Katy Stamp, to be given a media and communication services job with an annual salary of $80,000.

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Malcolm Stamp walking in the middle of a media pack.

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