Australianfederalpolice

Attoney-General's withering takedown of Hanson's burqa 'stunt' (Yahoo7 News)

Attorney-General George Brandis has slammed the One Nation leader for wearing a burqa and defended Australia's muslim population.

Australian News

Outrage over Hanson's Muslim insult

At the very moment Labor was challenging the legitimacy of the Turnbull government in the lower house, its senators were on their feet applauding the …

Pauline Hanson

Unrepentant Hanson hopes burqa stunt will create debate

Pauline Hanson’s stunt of wearing a burqa into the Senate on Thursday drew a swingeing attack from Attorney-General George Brandis, amid widespread …

Pauline Hanson

Authorities Handed Australian Metadata To China For The First Time On Record

The AFP handed over metadata to China for criminal investigations of an unspecified nature.<p>The revelation comes from the annual Attorney-General's Department report on the operation of the <i>Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act</i> that gives Australian law enforcement agencies powers to …

Surveillance

Centrelink’s threatening letters reach next level

news.com.au<p><b>CENTRELINK’S “threatening” debt recovery letters have reached the next level and Australians are terrified, according to a radio host who</b> …

Barnaby Joyce

No charges over Aussie death in Brunei

There's insufficient evidence to lay charges over the death of an Adelaide woman in Brunei 23 years ago, The Australian Federal Police says.<p>Anthea …

Crime

Corruption scandals falling through the cracks of 'hopeless' federal system

No agency has the necessary jurisdiction or investigative powers to properly expose corruption in the federal government or public service and a …

Corruption

p>The future, my friends, is not somewhere else. It is right here in South Australia.</p

Address at the South Australian Liberal Party State Council<p>12th August 2017 | Comments | Speeches, Transcripts<p><i>E&OE…</i><p>It is great to be back in South …

South Australia

AUSTRAC case casts shadow over $50, $100 banknotes

by Ronald Mizen<p>The Commonwealth Bank scandal has raised questions about the future of high denomination banknotes in Australia, with suggestions that …

Australian News

'Unlawful' conduct by federal police took huge bribery case to brink of collapse

Illegal conduct by the Australian Federal Police and Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission led to the temporary collapse of a major bribery …

Australian News

Saudis were funding radicals in Australia: Perth Imam

A Perth imam claims he warned a senior security figure that the Saudi government was funding radicals in Australia but was shocked when the official …

Australia

Alleged Mafia head demands apology from Victoria's Deputy Premier

Lawyers for alleged Melbourne Mafia boss Tony Madafferi are demanding a retraction, apology and money from Victoria's Deputy Premier for comments …

Corruption

Daniel Taylor still short on $630k bail

The son of John Ibrahim remains behind bars in Sydney reportedly unable to raise the $630,000 required for bail after he was arrested for his alleged …

Australian News

Australia ‘drug gang’ arrest: Police swooped on five men as they dined in Dubai

Five men arrested in Dubai in connection with an international multi-million dollar drug trafficking ring are facing extradition to Australia.<p>A …

Crime

Centrelink sends welfare recipients fraud warning via text message

Texts warning about federal police fraud taskforce follow inquiry into ‘robodebt’ automated debt recovery system<p>Centrelink has sent text messages to welfare recipients warning them that an Australian federal police welfare fraud taskforce is operating in their area, and to keep their personal …

Fraud

PM confirms lobster-with-mobster probe

Federal authorities will look into Victorian opposition leader Matthew Guy's lobster with an alleged mobster scandal that has claimed a Liberal Party …

Controversy over Centrelink texts

Centrelink has courted fresh controversy by sending "threatening and intimidating" texts to welfare recipients.<p>The messages alerted recipients to a …

TV pirate slapped with 18-month suspended jail term

A Sydney man has been slapped with an 18-month suspended jail sentence after helping thousands of people access Foxtel without paying the TV network …

Australian News

Raids that netted Ibrahim clan change the face of Sydney’s criminal underworld

AT dawn yesterday, police launched a series of raids across Sydney that have dramatically changed the landscape of the city’s underworld.<p>Hundreds of …

Crime

Pirate gets 18-month suspended jail term for illegally providing Foxtel free to more than 8000 people

A joint investigation by Foxtel and the Australian Federal Police has led to the conviction of a Sydney man for illegally providing more than 8000 …

Australian News

'He doesn't do bad things': Ibrahim associate described as kind and caring boss by staff in Dubai

Staff at the clean-eating restaurant owned by an associate of the two Ibrahim brothers arrested in Dubai have tearfully described their boss as a …

Australian News

Moment party ended for Ibrahims in Dubai’s playboy paradise

FOUR of Sydney’s most colourful figures spent Monday afternoon partying on board a luxury cruiser cutting through the crystal waters of the Persian …

SA man charged under Carly's Law

A 35-year-old South Australian man will appear in court after becoming the first person to be charged with child grooming offences under Carly's …

Crime

17 people arrested in 3 countries in Australian drug bust | Miami Herald

Police in three countries have arrested 17 people and seized nearly 2 tons of drugs in connection with what Australian authorities say was an effort …

Business

Police arrest 17 in Australia, Dubai, Netherlands drug raids

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Police in Australia, Dubai and the Netherlands have arrested 17 people and seized nearly two tonnes of narcotics in raids the Australian Federal Police (AFP) said on Tuesday had broken up two interlinked Middle Eastern crime syndicates.<p>In simultaneous operations, nine men and a …

World News

John Ibrahim's house raided, brothers arrested in Sydney police operation

Two brothers of Kings Cross identity John Ibrahim, Michael Ibrahim and Fadi Ibrahim, have been arrested in Dubai as police smash an alleged …

Australian News

Raids target 'top of organised crime tree'

Nearly two tonnes of ecstasy bound for Australia has been seized in the Netherlands as part of a massive police sting that netted members of Sydney's …

Australian News

The 'unemployed' guy who banked $900,000, and 8 other jaw-dropping claims in the case against CBA

Photo: Peter Parks / AFP / Getty Images.<p>Australia’s financial intelligence and regulatory agency, AUSTRAC, has lodged a 583-page statement of claim …

Banking

NSW and Federal Police are working together to target a number of homes

John Ibrahim’s home raided over 'international drug syndicate'0:29<p>The home of Kings Cross identity John Ibrahim has been raided and brothers Michael …

Australian News

'Strongest man' to help NYPD with mental health issues

He’s one of the strongest cops in the world, but he’s struggled with suicidal thoughts.<p>On Tuesday, Cmdr. Grant Edwards of the Australian Federal …

Law Enforcement