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Ex-union watchdog adviser denies raids tip-off

A former adviser for the union watchdog has denied tipping off Michaelia Cash's office about raids on AWU offices,
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Attorney-General backs Cash over AWU probe

Attorney-General Christian Porter says federal police didn't ask ministers Michaelia Cash and Michael Keenan for more evidence about union raid leaks.
SBS - Published

Michaelia Cash demands apology from Labor over AWU grilling

Michaelia Cash has repeatedly clashed with Labor senators in a testy estimates hearing.
SBS - Published

Senator 'gave police what they asked for'

Liberal frontbencher Michaelia Cash says she gave federal police all the information they asked for in an investigation over raids on a union office.
SBS - Published

Political sting in union raids, court told

A former top aide to Senator Michaelia Cash has admitted he knew a tip-off about raids on the Australian Workers Union would have obvious political implications
SBS - Published

Cash aide admits raids had political links

An aid to Senator Michaelia Cash has told a court that a tip off over a raid on AWU offices has 'obvious political implications'.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe AgeSBS

Michaelia Cash 'refused to give AFP statement'

The Australian Federal Police believes some evidence relevant to its inquiry into media leaks about its raids on the Australian Workers Union may have been destroyed, deputy commissioner Leanne Close..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Cash aide back in hot seat on union raids

Ben Davies, the former top aide of Senator Michaelia Cash, will be back in the hot seat when hearings into the lawfulness of union raids resume.
SBS - Published

'I'm sure she believes it': Shorten questions sincerity of Cash's AWU evidence

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has questioned the sincerity of Senator Michaelia Cash's court evidence about an investigation into alleged union wrongdoings.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Michaelia Cash claims Bill Shorten connection not reason for AWU raids

Senator Michaelia Cash tells court she had no knowledge of controversial police raids until she saw them on television.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Senator Michaelia Cash claims she first saw union raids on TV news

Senator Michaelia Cash says television reports were the first she knew of raids on Australian Workers' Union offices, the subject of a Federal Court trial.
SBS - Published

Senator's evidence due in AWU raid case

A Federal Court trial has heard from two of Senator Michaelia Cash's former staff and on Friday will hear the senior Liberal's take on controversial AWU raids.
SBS - Published

'Self-incrimination': Senator Cash's former staffer declines to give AWU evidence

Liberal frontbencher Michaelia Cash has continued to refuse to comment on evidence in the AWU raids court case until she appears.
SBS - Published

Michaelia Cash remains tight-lipped ahead of giving AWU raid evidence

Liberal frontbencher Michaelia Cash has continued to refuse to comment on evidence in the AWU raids court case until she appears.
SBS - Published

Liberal staff arranged AWU raid leaks

Michaelia Cash's former media advisor has admitted he and a member of then-justice minister Michael Keenan's staff tipped off media about union raids.
SBS - Published

Senate orders Cash to make AWU statement

Senators have voted 35-27 to order government minister Michaelia Cash to make a statement to parliament over AWU raids.
SBS - Published

AWU raid scandal implicates more Lib staff

Michaelia Cash's former media advisor has admitted he and a member of then-justice minister Michael Keenan's staff tipped off media about union raids.
SBS - Published

AWU raids leak to hurt Shorten, court told

Legal action by Senator Michaelia Cash's ex-chief of staff over union raids has been revealed the same day he was named in court as source of media leaks.
SBS - Published

Ex-Cash aide sues over union leak affair

Legal action by Senator Michaelia Cash's ex-chief of staff over union raids has been revealed the same day he was named in court as source of media leaks.
SBS - Published

Former Michaelia Cash staffer sues BuzzFeed, AWU for defamation

The former chief of staff to Michaelia Cash is suing the Australian Workers' Union and BuzzFeed over claims he evaded attempts to serve him with a subpoena.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Michaelia Cash's chief of staff was source of AWU raid leak, court told

Senator Michaelia Cash's then-chief of staff was the source of leaks, alerting media to pending federal police raids on the Australian Workers' Union in 2017.
SBS - Published

Cash's top aide 'source of AWU raid leak'

Senator Michaelia Cash's then-chief of staff was the source of leaks, alerting media to pending federal police raids on the Australian Workers' Union in 2017.
SBS - Published

Court learns Cash staffer was source of leak about AFP raids on union

Senator Michaelia Cash's chief of staff Ben Davies was the source of a controversial leak to the media about imminent police raids at AWU offices in 2017.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Staffer behind union raid leak, court told

Senator Michaelia Cash's chief of staff Ben Davies was the source of leaks, alerting media to pending federal police raids on the Australian Workers' Union.
SBS - Published

Ex-Cash adviser back in court in AWU trial

Senator Michaelia Cash's former media adviser David De Garis returns to the court on Monday in the trial over police raids on the Australian Workers' Union.
SBS - Published

AWU raids: Michaelia Cash had 'keen political interest' in union, court hears

A Federal Court hearing has begun in Melbourne to determine the legality of police raids on two offices of the Australian Workers' Union.
SBS - Published

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