Liberal MP Kevin Andrews received a $20,000 donation from Clubs NSW, Australia's most powerful gambling lobby, as he led the formulation of the Coalition's poker machines policy before the 2013 election.
Bruce Billson paid $75k salary by lobby group while an MP
Angus Taylor did not declare his financial interest in a company at a meeting with senior environment officials and the office of the then environment minister, Josh Frydenberg about endangered grasslands.
Christopher Pyne took up EY job 9 days after leaving parliament
Then assistant health minister and her chief of staff pulled a food health star rating website. Her chief of staff was previously chair of, and still held shares in, APA, a lobbyist for the Australian Beverages Council and Mondelez Australia.
Frances Abbott received a scholarship for a $60,000 degree from the Whitehouse Institute of Design. Its chairman, who recommended Frances for the scholarship, has donated more than $20,000 to the Liberal party.
Joel Fitzgibbon fails to declare payment for China trips
Robert appeared at a signing ceremony in China in 2014 for a mining deal between an Australian company Nimrod Resources and a Chinese business. Robert had said he travelled to China in a personal capacity.
All in the (Wilson) family: the not-so-frank inquiry
In the lead-up to the 2019 election, the Liberals' Tim Wilson chaired an inquiry into proposed changes to franking credits. His private website for the inquiry was badged as official but only solicited submissions from those against the changes.
Scott Morrison and that phone call to the NSW police commissioner
The Prime Minister was roundly condemned after admitting he telephoned the NSW Police Commissioner about the investigation into the Angus Taylor/Sydney City Council affair. Both men insist the phone call was innocuous but will not release the transcript.
Jobs scheme targeted marginal electorate, ignored recommendations