It is alleged George Alex directed the organised crime syndicate. He was arrested in Surfers Paradise yesterday.(Supplied: Australian Federal Police)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelHere's what you need to know this morning.AFP bust major tax fraud syndicate Caitlin Hall, wife of underworld figure Michael Ibrahim, was arrested in Greystanes in Western Sydney.(Supplied: Australian Federal Police)Construction industry identity George Alex is among a dozen people arrested over an alleged transnational money laundering scheme involving $17 million.Australian Federal Police raided 10 properties in Sydney, the Gold Coast and the ACT yesterday as part of a major investigation into an alleged criminal syndicate authorities alleged used labour hire and payroll companies to defraud the tax office.Mr Alex, 49, was alleged to head the syndicate and was arrested at his Surfers Paradise home while one of the other arrests in Sydney was Caitlin Hall, wife of underworld figure Michael Ibrahim.Federal police have frozen 65 Australian bank accounts, and have seized 12 properties, 17 vehicles, a caravan and a boat with a total value of $21 million. Man arrested after Wentworthville shooting Last month, a 44-year-old man died after being shot in the leg.(ABC News)A 46-year-old man has been charged with unlawfully possessing a firearm that was allegedly used by another person in a fatal shooting in Wentworthville last month.The Erskine Park man handed himself into police yesterday, but NSW Police said he was not involved in the shooting.Last month, emergency services were called to a Wentworthville home and discovered a 44-year-old man suffering from a gunshot injury to his leg. He died at the scene.A 28-year-old man was charged with the man's murder and remains before the courts.Border permit renewal failures People attempting to cross the border from Victoria into NSW are required to have valid permits.(ABC News: Brendan Esposito)Unions say truck drivers were left scrambling to renew their border permits when the new COVID-19 security system to cross from Victoria into NSW came into effect at midnight.The Transport Workers Union said the website used for renewing permits after they automatically expired crashed last night. Due to COVID-19, most people are forced to reapply under tighter restrictions."So there were further delays. Now these truck drivers are on the side of the road trying to download these permits,
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