Tag Archives: Malaysia

LEIGHTON CONSTRUCTION GROUP RIDDLED WITH CORRUPTION

Thursday October 3 2013 – Corruption and cover-ups in Leighton Holdings’ international construction empire were rife and known to top company executives and directors, according to internal company files. Those in the know included the Australian construction giant’s chief executive … Continue reading

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PLAYERS IN HIDING

Saturday September 21 2013 – A man police say is the ringleader of Australia’s involvement in a global match-fixing syndicate has made “veiled threats” against some of his co-accused, a court has heard. Police allege Segaran “Gerry” Gsubramaniam, 45, is … Continue reading

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FOOTBALL STARS BARRICADE THEIR HOTEL DOORS

Saturday September 21 2013 – Soccer players charged with match-fixing have barricaded their doors at night in fear of the alleged ringleader, who’s in custody, a court has heard. Detective Acting Senior Sergeant Scott Poynder said two of the four … Continue reading

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DISCUSSION OF $150,000 BY ALLEGED MATCH-FIXER OVERHEARD BY POLICE PHONE TAP

Tuesday September 17 2013 – An accused match-fixing Australian ringleader mentioned $150,000 during a phone call taped by police before a soccer game last week, a court has heard. Investigators allege about 440 recorded calls by Segaran “Gerry” Gsubramaniam indicated … Continue reading

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POLICE SEEK TO EXTRADITE MATCH-FIXERS

Tuesday September 17 2013 – Police are seeking to extradite overseas members of a multimillion-dollar match-fixing syndicate, including a Singaporean middleman, that has rocked Australian sport. The development comes as authorities examine whether match-fixing has spread outside the Victorian Premier … Continue reading

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PLAYERS EARN BEER MONEY

Monday September 16 2013 – No one could work out why the second-tier soccer side filled with internationals could play so badly. And no one could work out why the professional footballers had agreed to play for beer money – … Continue reading

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AFP FUNDING BECOMING AN ISSUE

Friday August 30 2013 – The Australian Federal Police has no operational power in Indonesia, but when people smugglers are busted by Indonesian police, Australian manpower and money are often playing a role in the background. Head of the AFP … Continue reading

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BOUNTY ON BOATS: COALITION BUY-BACK TO PUT AN END TO PEOPLE SMUGGLERS

Friday August 23 2013 – A boat buy-back scheme and bounties paid in Indonesia are part of a planned crackdown on people smuggling, under a Coalition government. Australian taxpayers would buy leaking fishing boats from poor fishermen where intelligence identified … Continue reading

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WELCOME TO AUSTRALIA. NOW GO AWAY – Sunday July 21 2013

– Australia’s new hardline treatment of refugees has begun, with 81 asylum seekers on their way to Papua New Guinea after arriving in Australian waters early on Saturday. The asylum seekers – most from Iran – are the first to … Continue reading

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SAS PROPOSAL UNDER ATTACK – Tuesday July 9 2013

– Moves by the Australian government to use special forces to board merchant vessels carrying asylum seekers could spark international diplomatic incidents, a law of the sea expert said. ANU’s Professor Don Rothwell was responding to opposition immigration spokesman Scott … Continue reading

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