When it came to doling out money and awards to Eman Sharobeem, who checked any of it?
Michael Evans is a senior writer at the Sydney Morning Herald.
The organisation behind the Australian of the Year awards has watered down its biography of accused fraudster Eman Sharobeem in an apparent move to distance the disgraced finalist from its flagship awards.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian won't be speaking out about the controversial sale of one of the state's most significant heritage building.
The lord mayor says the Victorian "masterpiece" is a 19th-century equal to the city's most famous building, the Opera House.
One of Sydney's most historic buildings has been sold to two Hong Kong billionaires despite concerns raised in a heritage report.
The AFP allege the scam was a conspiracy to divert money owed to the ATO. It worked like this.
The personal spending came from taxpayer funds earmarked for a Sydney health service for immigrant women.
Controversial Sydney businessman Savas Guven is being sued for $1 million, accused of misleading and deceptive conduct after a falling out over a major Sydney apartment development.
Former Australian of the Year finalist and womens rights activist Eman Sharobeem is not registered as a psychologist with the national health practitioner's regulator, despite having publicly claimed to be a psychologist.
A fraud investigation into former Australian of the Year finalist and women's rights campaigner Eman Sharobeem has widened, with the NSW Crime Commission obtaining a freeze on a $770,000 unit just days after the purchase settled.