Rachel Browne and Vince Chadwick Aged-care advocates fear criminals are using a legal loophole to gain control of nursing homes.
Nick McKenzie, Nino Bucci Police have made a breakthrough in one of Australia's biggest race-fixing inquiries, uncovering closed-circuit TV footage of a relative of Danny Nikolic collecting winnings on a race that the...
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker Australia's top jockey Damien Oliver - who will ride favourite Americain in the Melbourne Cup - has admitted that he bet on a rival horse in a 2010 race and expects to be charged soon by racing...
Matthew Benns At its best it's a beautiful thing, but horse racing has an undeniable dark side.
Nick McKenzie and Richard Baker Racing officials seek details of corrupt payments made by drug boss Tony Mokbel to jockey Jimmy Cassidy.
John Silvester Australia's most notorious drug trafficker, Tony Mokbel, has been asked to assist the Racing Integrity Commissioner's inquiry into race fixing.
Nick McKenzie, Clay Hichens, Richard Baker A second champion Australian jockey, Mark Zahra, has become embroiled in the Smoking Aces race-fixing scandal.
Nick McKenzie, Clay Hichens and Richard Baker A second champion jockey, Mark Zahra, becomes embroiled in the Smoking Aces race-fixing scandal.
National Australia Bank will investigate how and why it once gave drug boss Tony Mokbel up to $7 million in loans.
Andrea Petrie POLICE officers with more than 30 years' experience have admitted to inadvertently neglecting to follow proper procedures when obtaining search warrants during the decade-long investigations into the...
Liam Phillips From the very outset, 2011 was a year defined by natural disasters.
Drug boss Tony Mokbel is recovering in hospital after having a heart attack.
A key police officer in the fight against Tony Mokbel's drugs empire has apologised for a ''failure'' of his leadership that could allow the crime boss to have his guilty pleas rescinded.
Failures by officers to swear affidavits has caused concern across the Victorian police force and the practice is not restricted to the crime department, a court has heard.
The golden rule of the electronic age is to think before you hit send. It is why, in late 2008, the operational head of Australia's biggest corruption probe read and reread the missive he had...
John Silvester THE noise from the white Gulfstream's twin jet engines was hardly noticeable as the chartered plane flew above the Mediterranean with four crew, eight police and one passenger - Tony Mokbel,...
John Silvester Tony Mokbel's sentencing on major drugs charges will skirt his links to several underworld murders.
Dan Oakes He grew up to become one of the most infamous criminals in Australia’s history, but long before that, Tony Mokbel was the 10-year-old boy who walked his mother in the pre-dawn to her job at the meat...
Andrea Petrie APPEALS to quash the convictions and sentences of two men involved in the fatal shooting of a Melbourne gangland figure, Lewis Moran, have been dismissed.
Andy Park and Paul Millar A Senior member of an outlaw motorcycle gang is shot in broad daylight in what is believed to be a revenge attack linked to prominent underworld figures.