Tapped phone calls revealed a former Metro manager and his cleaning contractor may have contaminated Zoono’s trials to preserve their profits.
The Victorian Opposition and former counsel assisting to NSW’s anti-corruption watchdog has called for an urgent, wide-ranging audit into Victoria’s public transport contracts in the wake of allegations of serious […]
Tapped phone calls played to an IBAC hearing reveal the boss of Transclean instructed his nephew to “contaminate” trials of a new product that risked cutting revenue.
The co-director of a cleaning company says under oath he knew nothing about allegedly corrupt payments made to sacked V/Line boss James Pinder and former Metro manager Peter Bollas.
Subcontractors working for a cleaning company that stands accused of bribing senior transport bureaucrats may have been “shell companies” that were headed by “dummy directors”, an anti-corruption inquiry has heard.
Transclean’s boss, who is accused of bribing senior public officials in exchange for lucrative work, allegedly laundered $40 million, an anti-corruption inquiry has heard.
Labor MPS and three crossbenchers voted down extra scrutiny on funding for the Ombudsman and IBAC, who have both recently complained about a lack of resources.
Former judge Robert Redlich said on Wednesday that even with a fresh funding package announced in the state budget, IBAC remains hamstrung in conducting vital investigations.
The anti-corruption watchdog found a litany of problems with Victoria Police’s handling of a case involving a serving officer charged with 70 criminal offences after repeatedly bashing his partner.
Developer John Woodman’s $150 million rezoning at Cranbourne West was no longer possible after Age revelations in October 2018, inquiry is told.
A state Labor MP says she regrets meeting an allegedly corrupt developer seeking a lucrative rezoning just weeks before accepting $20,000 in donations from him.
Victoria’s anti-corruption agency says there is not enough merit in claims that Vatican funds were used in an attempt to secure charges against Cardinal George Pell.
Daniel Andrews says he never raised individual planning matters with an allegedly corrupt developer. Evidence by the developer’s lobbyist contradicts this.
The anti-corruption commission will call a Labor-linked lobbyist who worked for allegedly corrupt property developer John Woodman, and ask him about his dealings with politicians.
A Metro manager accused of pocketing cash from cleaning contractor Transclean told the contractor’s boss to make up the name of a cleaning chemical he would use during the COVID-19 […]
A cleaning company paid $1.3 million a month by the state government to sanitise trains cut corners while allegedly paying off public officials, potentially exposing Melbourne commuters to coronavirus at […]
A cleaning company contracted by both V/Line and Metro has been raided by anti-corruption watchdog investigators, as the state’s anti-corruption watchdog edges closer to public hearings into alleged corruption in […]
Could this deplorable, unseemly and repugnant display of self-interest, vice and delusion have come at a worse time for Victorians?
Anti-corruption watchdog launches ‘Operation Fortescue’ as the race begins to fill now-vacant ministerial positions after the ALP branch stacking scandal.