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News February 03, 2018
Exclusive: All 57 ASIO refugee case warnings revised after review
As evidence emerges of Scott Morrison’s interference with ASIO’s refugee assessments, figures show every warning given by the agency since 2012 was ultimately revised down.
News December 23, 2017
Nationals’ power plays
Speculation of paybacks and game-playing within the Coalition leaves Malcolm Turnbull with an uneasy pathway into the new year.
News January 27, 2018
Australia and drone warfare
As a former chief of army predicts that joint strike fighters will be the military’s last manned aircraft, what checks will prevent civilian deaths by drones?
Culture December 23, 2017
Songlines and ancient stories
An exhibition at the National Museum of Australia preserves the ancient stories of Indigenous elders for future generations.
News December 16, 2017
Gina Rinehart and the Galilee
As Adani draws public ire over its Abbot Point rail line, Gina Rinehart awaits the benefits of another NAIF deal to open up the Galilee.
News December 09, 2017
Malcolm Turnbull and citizenship
With the dual citizenship spotlight turning from Coalition to Labor MPs, Malcolm Turnbull is enjoying the spoils of good timing rather than good negotiation.
News December 02, 2017
Alt-right links to the ‘No’ case
As the parliament moves to legislate for same-sex marriage, the involvement of the alt-right in the ‘No’ case becomes clear.
News November 25, 2017
Foreign policy depends on US priorities
The new foreign affairs white paper – the first comprehensive review in 14 years – acknowledges the shift in power in our region from the United States to China, but has no prescription for how Australia should deal with it.
News November 18, 2017
Yes! Australia votes for equality
As marriage equality receives resounding support from the public, a bill that was 13 years in the making is hurried into parliament.
News November 18, 2017
Exclusive: Rudd calls for News Corp inquiry
Concerned about possible collusion over the NBN, Kevin Rudd is calling for a royal commission into the ‘cancer’ that is News Corp and its impact on democracy.
News November 11, 2017
Turnbull’s citizenship crisis
As the dual citizenship crisis expands and fuels leadership tensions, Malcolm Turnbull struggles to plot a policy course to Christmas.
News November 04, 2017
Auditing MPs’ citizenship
Amid calls for an independent audit of the citizenship status of all MPs, some are suggesting false declarations be regarded as breaches of the Crimes Act, punishable with jail.