A porn audition is now the focus of an audit by the Auditor-General of the Northern Territory.

The audit, which is ongoing, will examine the financial performance of the NT Adult Entertainment Commission (NTEC) after a number of directors resigned or were dismissed from the body in the past two years.

The auditor-general’s report, which was released to News.co.nz today, was commissioned following an independent investigation by the NT’s Auditor-Generals office and an independent review into NTEC by the auditor- general.

The NTEC is responsible for overseeing adult entertainment in the NT.

The Auditor- General’s report found the NTEC had not conducted a proper audit of its finances, and the commission was not transparent in its financial statements.

The report found there were issues with the financial reporting and accounting practices of NTEC and the NT Government’s handling of the audit.

The issue with the NTCC financial reporting was the NT government had failed to make a proper financial statement to the auditors and to NTEC’s auditors, the report said.

“It is important to note that NTEC, under its mandate, has a statutory responsibility to provide financial information to the auditor general of the Territory and to the Auditor General of the State and Territory Government for audit purposes,” the audit said.

The Audit Office of the Auditor‑General of Northern Territory has released its report into NT Adult Employment and Entertainment Commission, or NTEC.

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