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Utterly misleading’: The Star hid $900m in gambling transactions from banks 

The Star Entertainment Group disguised $900 million worth of Chinese debit card gambling transactions as hotel expenses and then lied to banks in an attempt to conceal the massive fraud. The first day of public hearings in an inquiry examining The Star’s Sydney casino licence heard the ASX-listed casino group’s chief financial officer, Harry Theodore, and general counsel, Oliver White,

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Appalled: On a visit to Hobart today Deputy opposition leader Richard Marles berated Matthew Denholm of The Australian of being “offensive”

“She (Senator Kitching) has not had her funeral yet and you’re are asking questions in that context” he said to Denholm.  Brian Mitchell MP could be seen shaking his head in disgust. Speaking twice in the third person this is what Denholm wrote today following his line of questioning: Richard Marles says Labor will continue to assess its internal culture

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Senator Kimberley Kitching mourned 

An incredibly warm, intelligent and passionate person with so much more to give this country.by Zed Lawrence THE late Senator Kimberley Kitching has been described as “incredibly warm, intelligent and passionate” and “one of the best friends the Jewish community has ever had in the ALP”. Kitching, who was deputy chair of the Parliamentary Friends of Israel (PFI), passed away

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A Cairns man has been jailed for possessing child abuse material following an AFP investigation into payments of money made to the Philippines to facilitate child abuse. 

The 58-year-old was sentenced to three and a half years imprisonment in the Cairns Magistrates Court on Tuesday (15 March 2022). AFP Northern Command Child Protection investigators arrested the man at his home in the suburb of Yorkeys Knob on 26 August 2020, following intelligence the man was sending money to the Philippines to facilitate the abuse of children. The

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Peskov called Biden’s words to Putin unforgivable 

On March 16, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov commented on the words of US President Joe Biden , who called Vladimir Putin’s Russian counterpart a war criminal. We consider unacceptable and unforgivable such rhetoric of the head of state, whose bombs killed hundreds of thousands of people around the world,” Peskov said. Earlier in the day, during a conversation with reporters, Biden answered the question

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Kremlin responds to Biden calling President Putin a war criminal

The US president initially refused to use the term, but then reconsidered US President Joe Biden has called his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin “a war criminal”over the conflict in Ukraine, with the Kremlin responding that such remarks from the United States are “unacceptable and unforgivable.” During a White House event on Wednesday, Biden was asked by one of the reporters

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Sleepy Joe not interested in World War III

Biden’s press secretary says that despite Zelensky’s plea to Congress, policy against no-fly zone in Ukraine isn’t changing President Joe Biden was apparently unmoved by Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky’s latest plea for a no-fly zone amid Moscow’s military offensive in the former Soviet Republic, standing by his view that such a move would carry too much risk of triggering a

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The Russian Embassy accused the United States of earning points on Russophobia 

The Russian Embassy in the United States announced Washington’s desire to earn political points at the expense of Russophobia. This was reported on Wednesday, March 16, in the Telegram channel of the Russian diplomatic mission. It is noted that the Fox Business television channel indicated that White House officials began to connect popular bloggers to a propaganda campaign to blame the Russian leadership

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Ukraine was convicted of trying to pass off the dead soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine as civilians 

The People’s Militia of the DPR announced an attempt by Ukraine to extradite the dead soldiers for civilians during a special operation The Armed Forces of Ukraine have been instructed to discredit the actions of Russian troops by showing the West the alleged burial places of the civilian population, allegedly killed as a result of artillery shelling and air strikes during a

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Mokbel lawyer accuses top prosecutor of not ‘seeking the truth’ 

Tony Mokbel’s lawyer has accused the office of Victoria’s top prosecutor of failing to “seek the truth” over the police informer scandal, as the jailed crime boss appeals against his convictions for drug trafficking. Mokbel is serving a 30-year jail term but is fighting to have his convictions quashed given his past involvement with Nicola Gobbo, who was a registered police

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