Doctors have raised troubling concerns about the rare instance of three young girls in long-term detention.
The Department of Home Affairs appears to have launched a late-night mass deportation of mostly Sri Lankan asylum seekers last night with very little warning.
Australian Border Force has contended that a Vietnamese woman detained in Melbourne with her five-month-old baby are being "housed" in alternative accommodation, but some suggest that this is spin.
For this government, those deemed enemies face the full force of the law. For mates, it's a very different story.
We hear Yongah Hill is slated for closure, the battle for New England, and somebody needs to explain irony to Tony Abbott.
A migration scheme that encourage new arrivals to move to rural and regional Australia has existed for decades. But try telling the papers that.
This five-month-old baby has spent her life in Melbourne Immigration Transit Accommodation. A psychiatric report submitted in June has raised mental health concerns for both mother and child.
It is difficult to find data on the nature of ministerial intervention and the average length of time it takes for the minister to make a decision to intervene or not. This kind of data blackout all began with Scott Morrison.
The government's threat to deny a visa to Chelsea Manning reminds us that, to enter Australia, it's better to be a chauvinist or white supremacist than a whistle-blower.