The Refugee Who Wrote A Book Via WhatsApp From An Offshore Camp Is Free After Six Years In Detention
"I just arrived in New Zealand. So exciting to get freedom after more than six years."
The government blocked medical transfers 57 times in three months. An independent panel of doctors agreed in 45 of those cases.
Internet freedom declined in the past year, says independent watchdog Freedom House.
The Identities Of #MeToo Survivors Revealed In A Privacy Breach Weren't Meant To Be Filmed, Says Presenter
A new documentary about #MeToo accidentally revealed the identities and harrowing stories of survivors in footage shot over the shoulder of journalist Tracey Spicer.
Exclusive: Two women whose names, images and harrowing #MeToo stories were shared in a new documentary say they had no idea and didn't consent to being identified.
Sick Refugees Were Quickly Transferred To Australia Just Before The Controversial Medevac Regime Began
Exclusive: The secretive government task force deciding the fate of sick refugees approved an unusually high number of transfers in its last meeting before medevac.
A Detention Centre Said A Man Was Brought To His Hearing Late Because He Slept In. A Tribunal Said That Was Laughable.
"This state of affairs is thoroughly unacceptable."
Exclusive: The untold backstory of the Taiwan deal reveals the extraordinary lengths Australia has gone to in order to keep sick refugees away from its shores.
"Don’t argue with me, love, or you’ll be going back in the paddy wagon as accessory to bloody murder."
Revealed: The women behind NOW promised change — but mistakes have plagued Australia’s answer to the #MeToo movement.
Exclusive: The tribunal was "not prepared to accept that these photos are genuine, non-staged photos" of the man having gay sex.
Politician: “So they’re guarding an empty facility?” Bureaucrat: “Well, they're maintaining its operational status.”
There were over 60 self-harm incidents in Papua New Guinea in June 2019. In April, there were fewer than 10.
She blamed "internet issues" for filing her application 15 minutes after midnight.
“It is troubling that a person who is regarded as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person … could be removed from the country in which First Nations people were the first Australians.”
The Government "Strongly Encouraged" Controversial Chinese Cultural Institutes To Consider Registering As Foreign Agents Ahead Of The Election. They Refused.
“It is an offence not to register if you are required to do so.”
The change to the Migration Act would prevent asylum seekers held on Nauru or Manus Island within the last six years from applying for any visa to Australia.
Al Jazeera was "strongly encouraged" to look over Australia's foreign influence law after the investigation was broadcast on the ABC.
Here's everything you need to know about the last-minute legal bid to halt the family's deportation.
The “Biloela family” — Tamil parents with two young daughters who settled in regional Australia — face deportation to Sri Lanka this week.