Police say they expect to charge former National Australia Bank executive Rosemary Rogers, who handed herself into officers in Sydney today, with more than 50 offences relating to an alleged $40 million fraud.
An aged pensioner fears she has been scammed out of thousands of dollars as the building industry says unlicensed tradies continue to be a problem across the country.
Police will allege two men attempted to fix a football match between Dandenong Thunder and Melbourne City's under-20 team in the National Premier League second division in 2017.
The Federal Government establishes a one-stop shop integrity body to help tackle match-fixing, doping and corruption threats in sport.
The magistrate, who acknowledged the crime appeared to be linked to a "significant gambling issue", orders Gary Fahey, the former right-hand man to the head of the AFP, to repay the $45,150.
The ICC announces a two-week amnesty for reporting of corruption in Sri Lankan cricket, in the wake of a series of cases involving some of the country's former internationals and administrators.
The former boss of one of the world's largest car manufacturing alliances says he has been "wrongly accused and unfairly detained" in his first public appearance since being accused of financial misconduct.