Crown Resorts avoided looking into money laundering allegations in case it found they were true, a NSW gaming inquiry has heard on its final day of hearings.
Hannah Ryan and Liz Hobday
Crown Resorts lawyers say its flagship Sydney casino at Barangaroo should be allowed to open next month as planned to allow a "working test" of its operations.
Police Minister Michelle Roberts says discussions with senior police and WA’s Attorney General about calls to make bail laws stricter for those accused of child sex abuse have been held.
Crown has declared it will "cease dealing with all junket operations" as it tries to persuade the NSW gaming regulator it is fit to run a new casino in Sydney.
The telecommunications watchdog has ordered Telstra to lift its game after the telco admitted overcharging thousands of customers almost $2.5 million.
Victoria's anti-corruption watchdog says it won't investigate claims Vatican funds were transferred to people connected with Cardinal George Pell's 2018 trial.
Crown Resorts was ignorant or apathetic to money laundering risks, an inquiry into the company's suitability to run a new $2.2 billion casino has heard.
Metro Trains has severed ties with contractor Transclean as its managing director repeatedly denies he made secret payments to train bosses.
A 19-year-old has been arrested over a stabbing at a pub in Sydney's CBD on Thursday evening.
Crown Resorts' major shareholder James Packer set a "dubious tone" from the top when dealing with junket operators alleged to have organised crime links.
A bill outlawing wheel-clamping has sailed through the upper house with bipartisan support.
The High Court in London has ruled that actor Johnny Depp has lost his libel action against The Sun newspaper over an article which called him a "wife beater".
Hetty Johnston’s comments come after the death of 11-year-old WA girl Annaliesse Ugle last week, who took her own life when her accused rapist was granted bail.
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The suspended fleet manager of Melbourne's train network says he received about $150,000 to "assist and grow" a company hired to clean its locomotives.
The father of four children killed by their grandfather in Western Australia's south is hopeful a parliamentary committee will investigate their deaths.
Mandatory reporting of injuries such as bruising in infants could become law if the WA Government implements changes recommended after an inquest into the tragic death of a young girl.
A soldier's wife told the army about his violence towards her and excessive alcohol consumption but he still deployed twice more to Iraq, an inquest has heard.
Queensland Police say a three-year-old girl has been found a day after being taken from a home in Brisbane.
Disgraced former NSW MP Daryl Maguire has admitted he breached public trust and misused his public office in his business dealings with property developers.
Mining giant Rio Tinto says attempting to stop the Juukan Gorge blast could have led to multiple fatalities but traditional owners say the risk was exaggerated.
Russia says it cannot cooperate further over the "biased, superficial and politicised" probe into the downing of flight MH17 over Ukraine.
Disgraced ex-MP Daryl Maguire says he discussed his business dealings 'in general terms' with NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, during their relationship.
Victoria's corruption watchdog will hold public hearings into alleged misconduct in the state's public transport sector.
Disgraced former MP Daryl Maguire has admitted at ICAC to using his office in NSW Parliament House to run a personal business he secretly directed.
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