Good morning, early birds. Asylum seekers and migrants are set to lose out on a number of fronts from Tuesday night's budget, and spending on offshore detention is set to rise then crash. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Good morning, early birds. The UK Home Office has said that "everything is on the table" when it comes to processing asylum seekers, and the aged care royal commission has released a special COVID-19 report calling for a national aged care advisory body and plan. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Good morning early birds. Attorney-General Christian Porter plays down the Federal Court's finding that Acting Immigration Minister Alan Tudge engaged in criminal conduct, and potential changes to credit laws that would remove some global financial crisis-era liabilities on banks lie ahead. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Immigration detention centres are not prisons. Or at least, that's how it's meant to be in theory.
There is no conscience in our treatment of these people. It is passionless, gruesome officiousness, grinding them to dust in the name of the rule of a law that is bad.
The government's arguments against medivac laws were repeatedly bolstered by conveniently timed leaks. Who could be behind them?
Charter company Skytraders has turned a healthy profit by tapping into lucrative asylum seeker deportation contracts with Home Affairs. But is it worth the reputational cost?
Good morning, early birds. The details of Jacqui Lambie's agreement to repeal medevac have come to light, and, it turns out, the robo-debt recovery system is rather unlawful. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.
Nineteen-month-old Isabella has spent her entire life in an Australian detention centre. Now there are fears she may be separated from her mother.