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Adam Cranston leaves the Sydney Police Centre in Surry Hills, Sydney yesterday. The son of ATO deputy commissioner Michael Cranston is one of nine people charged after the AFP cracked a major conspiracy to defraud taxpayers of at least $165 million by running a payroll scam out of Sydney. Photo: AAP
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Tenth person charged in $165 million ATO tax fraud case

The manager of the payroll company owned by Australian Taxation Office deputy commissioner Michael Cranston’s son Adam is the latest charged in relation to what police allege is one of Australia’s biggest white-collar crimes.

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Harassment, bullying rife in AFP: review

Harassment and bullying is widespread within the Australian Federal Police, with nearly 50 per cent of women reporting sexual harassment in the past five years, an investigation has found.

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AFP denies political bias in raid on Labor

Ongoing leaks of confidential NBN documents pushed Australian Federal Police to raid a Labor senator’s office and a staffer’s home, not political interference, its boss says.

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