The former chief financial officer of construction giant Leighton Holdings, Peter Gregg, is found guilty of falsifying the company's accounts.
The former chief financial officer of construction giant Leighton Holdings, Peter Gregg, is facing up to four years in jail after being found guilty of falsifying the company's accounts.
Unlicensed finance companies that offer to fix your bad credit rating or manage your debt will face a senate inquiry this week, amid claims they've been charging exorbitant fees for little or no service.
Carlos Ghosn, another executive and the automaker itself are charged in Japan for allegedly underreporting income in a scandal that has rocked the automotive industry.
An Indian man in custody since March accused of smuggling a group of fake journalists into Australia has had all charges dropped and is being released, but still faces deportation.
A massive increase in Chinese nationals arriving on temporary migrant visas, in particular international students, are driving soaring refugee claims, experts say.
A prominent 4WD hire company is accused of charging for speeding fines that do not exist and misleading tourists about insurance cover in a bid to demand thousands of dollars from its customers, an ABC investigation uncovers. But one customer decided to fight back.
Christian Boillot, a key player in a wide-ranging corruption scandal involving the Reserve Bank and its note printing subsidiaries, is released by the courts after being sentenced to two-and-a-half years in jail.
The bank has been embroiled in a crisis as prosecutors allege it helped clients set up offshore companies in tax havens, as revealed by the explosive Panama Papers.
Two subsidiaries of the Reserve Bank of Australia were fined more that $21 million for offering bribes to foreign officials to strike banknote-printing deals, it can be revealed after a long court process, as the bank accepts there were "shortcomings" in its oversight of the companies.