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A former manager of a Hamilton-based social services provider has been jailed for nearly two and half years for fraud.
A Christchurch man who cheated investors out of $17 million through a Ponzi scheme has been sentenced to eight years in prison.
The government has put one of its new initiatives on hold after realising it is linked to a businessman in the sights of the Serious Fraud Office.
Renew Energy is proposing to build a 'waste to energy' plant on the West Coast, but one of its major shareholders, Gerard Gallagher, was is being investigated by the Serious Fraud Office. Audio
The Kōhanga Reo National Trust is defending its decision to dismiss a trustee whose actions prompted the Serious Fraud Office to investigate the trust's commerical arm.
An official inquiry has found two former Canterbury quake recovery officials ran a property company while working for CERA. The Serious Fraud Office has been asked to investigate. Audio
A woman who defrauded the Ministry of Transport of $723,000 over four years has been sentenced to three and a half years.
Shane Richard Scott, 60, denies 30 charges for allegedly deceiving friends and family in a $6 million ponzi scheme.
Teremoana Kimiangatau stole $1.8 million by transfering airport funds into her own account.
Questions are being asked about the Canterbury Regional Council's oversight of a subsidised taxi scheme at the centre of fraud allegations. Audio
An Australian-owned trade school company that is already the subject of a fraud investigation is facing another probe.
An Auckland man has been cleared of trying to bribe a city council official.
The Serious Fraud Office has laid a raft of charges against a tax agent in Auckland.
A 58-year-old Tauranga man has been charged with defrauding people out of nearly $4.3 million over an Australian property development over the past 25 years.
The former chief executive of South Canterbury Finance says that, today, he's going to burn the suit that he has worn every day for the 61 days of his High Court fraud trial. Audio
More than 200 Wananga students are now without qualifications after Whakatane's Te Whare Wananga o Awa-nuia-rangi was found to be breaching tertiary education rules. Audio