The AFP allege the scam was a conspiracy to divert money owed to the ATO. It worked like this.
Michael Evans is a senior writer at the Sydney Morning Herald.
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.
Eman Sharobeem has exited a range of high-profile Government advisory positions.
Eman Sharobeem's life story reads like an inspiring tale of overcoming the odds: forced into an arranged marriage to her first cousin as a teenager, then widowed at 29 with two young sons, having endured a violent 14-year marriage.
Police have charged a man with starting a fire in bushland at Mangrove Creek on the NSW central coast.
Thursday was set to be a big day for philanthropist and businessman Neil Balnaves, the outgoing Ardent chairman. Now, it will be a tough encounter.
Every day, more than 125 marriages fail in Australia. On Sunday, a 42-year-old commercial breakfast television presenter who has been married for 21 years appeared to be on the road to joining the list.