A Victorian jury found Di Sanh Duong guilty of planning to engage in foreign influence by handing a $37,000 cheque over to a minister for a hospital donation.
Up to 150 Australian Taxation Office staff are suspected of taking part in a social media scam that swindled $2 billion in GST refunds.
Tax cheats have been warned they cannot evade the law forever after a final jail sentence was issued over the $105 million Plutus payroll fraud.
Kenneth Charles Grace is wanted for arrest after failing to appear in court over his role in a fund that collapsed, leaving $24 million unaccounted for.
Kenneth Charles Grace has been found dead on the same day he was due to learn his fate for siphoning millions of dollars from clients into his own bank account.
A six-month police operation has led to a woman being charged after she allegedly sold a wedding dress on social media that was handed over for dry cleaning.
A business trip to oversee packing of an edible plant is on the cards for disgraced former Labor MP Craig Thomson ahead of his sentencing and trials for fraud.
Di Sanh Duong has been found guilty of planning to engage in foreign influence by handing a $37,000 cheque over to a minister for a Melbourne hospital donation.
A man who falsely claimed to be a physiotherapist has admitted defrauding the service station where he was employed as manager of about $400,000.
A father and son who defrauded hundreds of people of money paid for line dancing tours and holidays have been sentenced to time already spent in jail.
A judge has described a fraudster as callous while sentencing the 74-year-old to jail for swindling women on a dating site to the tune of more than $180,000.
Older Australians are losing the most amount of money to scammers impersonating NBN staff, with more than $1.2 million already swindled.
The husband of deceased fraudster Melissa Caddick will walk away with a handful of luxury goods with other items to be sold and funds returned to investors.
Demetrios Charisiou has admitted a $395 million investment fraud involving NDIS-supported housing, claiming he was in a manic state during the offending.
Two men accused of using telemarketing to lure investors into a $2.2 million fraudulent property scheme have been ordered to stand trial.
Businessman Clive Palmer has won a bid to pause a criminal case against him in the Magistrates Court while he waits for an appeal in the Supreme Court.
Former US president Donald Trump's sons have given evidence in a New York trial saying they knew nothing of alleged fraud conducted by the family business.
A Melbourne couple's debt has soared after their cousin defrauded them by offering a fake $388,000 house and land package, and pocketing the money for herself.
Fugitive Jean Nassif has withdrawn his bid to work as an Australian construction industry boss months after police accused him of a $150 million fraud.
Two men who ripped off $42 million from the ATO have shown no remorse but have not lived lavish lives as a result of their intricate scheme, a court has heard.
A woman who ordered a fake bachelor's degree was able to work as an early childhood teacher until a routine check outed her.
Three men have learned just how much love hurts after an alleged scam left the trio almost $500,000 out of pocket.
William Tyrrell's ex-foster mum has pleaded guilty to assaulting another child but denies any intimidation despite smacking sounds heard on covert recordings.
Adam Cranston will spend at least a decade behind bars for his role in a $105 million tax fraud, which he committed while his dad was deputy ATO commissioner.
Adam Cranston struggled at school and felt like a disappointment even before ripping off Australian taxpayers while his father was the deputy tax commissioner.
The sister of conman Peter Foster wants a Queensland court to enforce a Cayman Islands order over money frozen in relation to her brother's gambling scheme.
While the federal government has assembled a team of scam-busting experts to target investment swindles, a consumer group says alternative action is needed.
A women guilty of dealing in proceeds of crime was scammed of $600,000 years prior but there is no evidence she profited from her crimes, a court has been told.
Ex-Olympic swimming champion Neil Brooks and his wife have been committed to stand trial in Brisbane District Court over an alleged multimillion-dollar fraud.
An officer stood down by Queensland Police has fronted court on charges of stealing three luxury watches and fraudulently obtaining money from a jeweller.
Former Coles executive Aaron Baslangic stole more than $1.9 million in what a judge said was such a stupid scheme even a high school student could detect it.