Paul Farrell • 10 months ago

Malcolm Turnbull Says CommBank Losing The Information Of 12M Customers Is An "Extraordinary Blunder"

It's hard to imagine how all that information could be lost in such a way, the PM said.

Josh Taylor • 10 months ago

The Commonwealth Bank's 12 Million Users Data Breach Could Affect Malcolm Turnbull

Seventy-two federal politicians, including nine cabinet ministers, have CBA accounts.

Alice Workman • 10 months ago

Commonwealth Bank Kept Ministers In The Dark About Its Massive Privacy Breach Until This Week

The attorney-general was only informed about the breach after BuzzFeed News began asking questions.

Josh Taylor • 10 months ago
Paul Farrell • 10 months ago

A Helicopter Pilot Died In Antarctica, And Now His Employer Is Gearing Up For A Court Fight

Pilot David Wood's death is being investigated by the coroner.

Paul Farrell • 10 months ago

The Former Australian Border Force Commissioner Could Become A Media Commentator

Roman Quaedvlieg describes himself as a 'geopolitical dilettante'.

Paul Farrell • 11 months ago
Paul Farrell • 11 months ago

The Public Servant Sacked For Making A False Statement To Peter Dutton Is Still Under Investigation

Roman Quaedvlieg received over $500,000 while on paid leave during the investigation.

Paul Farrell • 11 months ago
Paul Farrell • 11 months ago

Australia's Gun Lobby Is Claiming It Just Succeeded In Deregulating Paintball Weapons

Children as young as 12 may now be able to use paintball guns.

Paul Farrell • 11 months ago
Paul Farrell • 11 months ago
Paul Farrell • 11 months ago

These Men Were Accused Of Mutilating, Harming, Or Assaulting Patients. But They Could Have Been Registered As Doctors Again.

Australia's medical regulator was missing scores of medical misconduct records, internal documents reveal.

Paul Farrell • 11 months ago

A Boy Aged 16 Took Acid In Byron Bay. Then Police Hit Him With Capsicum Spray, A Taser, And A Baton

The police officers are facing a public inquiry to determine whether they engaged in any misconduct.

Paul Farrell • 12 months ago

A Russian Ambassador Has Accused Britain Of Covering Past Investigations "With A Fig Leaf Of Classification"

Grigory Logvinov also criticised an editorial by Rupert Murdoch's newspaper The Australian.

Paul Farrell • One year ago

Police Officers Targeting Children On A Secret Blacklist Could Face Disciplinary Action

There are five active investigations into alleged misconduct.

Paul Farrell • One year ago

This Chinese Steel Importer Won A Huge Court Battle Against The Australian Government

A court ruled Australia's findings were "infected by legal error".

Paul Farrell • One year ago

Peter Dutton's New Super Department Is Facing Unprecedented Government Scrutiny

There are now six potential new reviews into the Department of Home Affairs.

Paul Farrell • One year ago
Paul Farrell • One year ago