A court reveals recordings of Perth businessman Hossean Pourzand urging another man to set fire to the former WA headquarters of Bunnings as part of a multi-million-dollar insurance scam.
The 2000s were a golden era for live music in Australia, and Jack Utsick was helping to fund it through a massive Ponzi scheme.
Tax commissioner Chris Jordan is taking his own department to court as part of his defence in a defamation case brought against him by Sydney accountant Vanda Gould.
Despite constantly improving security measures, the Reserve Bank is still finding tens of thousands of counterfeit notes in circulation. And, if you're unlikely enough to receive one, then you'll be left out of pocket.
The EU's regulatory body, the European Commission, fines Google a third time for disadvantaging competitors on its search engine but notes that the company is learning from its mistakes.
A series of intriguing connections between boardroom players behind the scenes of Nant's collapse raises new questions about who got paid while others lost millions.
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.
A 54-year-old man from the Gold Coast is charged with fraud over an alleged global investment scam worth almost $12 million, after being extradited from New Zealand.
The former president of the Real Estate Institute of Australia is facing a potential fine, and his wife possible jail time, over trust accounting breaches in their real estate practice.