‘Everything on the table’:Burke weighs deregistration of CFMEU construction division amid revelations

‘Everything on the table’:Burke weighs deregistration of CFMEU construction division amid revelations

Workplace Relations Minister Tony Burke has threatened deregistration if the union doesn’t clean house.

  • byJames Massola andAnnika Smethurst

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A months-long investigation into the CFMEU has uncovered infiltration by bikies and organised criminals,intimidation and allegations of corruption.

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‘Leo the dog’:Setka caught on tape delivering threatening message to rival’s home
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‘Leo the dog’:Setka caught on tape delivering threatening message to rival’s home

Video of the former union chief’s night-time visit emerges,plus other officials filmed in abusive tirade on $761 million government project.

  • byNick McKenzie,Ben Schneiders,David Marin-Guzman andReid Butler
Building bad:How bikies,underworld have become a construction industry ‘cancer’
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Building bad:How bikies,underworld have become a construction industry ‘cancer’

A months-long investigation featuring secret surveillance reveals how bikies,criminals and underworld figures have infiltrated the building industry,including on large publicly funded projects.

  • byNick McKenzie,David Marin-Guzman andBen Schneiders
Banned on one,blocked on all:Dating app abusers face platform-wide exile

Banned on one,blocked on all:Dating app abusers face platform-wide exile

Under a new industry code of conduct,users booted from an online dating service owned by a company with multiple apps will be barred across the other platforms.

  • byClay Lucas
AFP commander raided,suspended in contracts-for-mates probe
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AFP commander raided,suspended in contracts-for-mates probe

The Australian Federal Police is embroiled in a conflict-of-interest controversy,amid revelations that a high-ranking official is under investigation for improperly awarding a contract.

  • byNick McKenzie
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Revenge was the motive but nobody got a psych report into Farquharson

Revenge was the motive but nobody got a psych report into Farquharson

Experts question how the prosecution could have argued convicted child-killer Robert Farquharson was driven by revenge and not sought evidence to back that up.

  • byMichael Bachelard andRuby Schwartz
From caliphate to the classroom:How hardline group courts the young
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From caliphate to the classroom:How hardline group courts the young

Fringe Islamist group Hizb ut-Tahrir is using front groups to spread its message to young people.

  • byMarta Pascual Juanola andNick McKenzie
Australian agencies greenlight charity despite Hizb ut-Tahrir links

Australian agencies greenlight charity despite Hizb ut-Tahrir links

The special tax status bestowed by the Tax Office on the Al Rashidun charity will enable it to significantly boost its fundraising efforts.

  • byNick McKenzie,Marta Pascual Juanola andPaul Sakkal
Hate comes to university campus but hides its face

Hate comes to university campus but hides its face

A group banned in Britain has used a front organisation to gain a role in the wider anti-war protest movement and leverage its pursuit of a global caliphate.

  • byNick McKenzie,Marta Pascual Juanola andAnne Worthington
‘They divide’:Group banned in the UK eyes Australian division over war

‘They divide’:Group banned in the UK eyes Australian division over war

Hizb ut-Tahrir has stepped up its activities in Australia against a backdrop of the war in Gaza,and experts are concerned.

  • byNick McKenzie,Marta Pascual Juanola andAnne Worthington