As debate continues at every level of government in the lead-up to Australia Day, we revisit the City of Fremantle. Some aren't convinced that change, when it comes, will begin with politicians.
The parliamentary love-in over Jacqui Lambie obscures her track record as a passionate advocate for Islamophobic and anti-immigrant policies, writes Kara Schlegl
If Turnbull wants to put an end to the Section 44 saga, he must take a holisitc approach.
Of all the seriously screwed up things that have been done to us in the name of national security, this is the very worst.
Australia is not the only country to consider stripping citizenship from those who go to fight with terrorist groups overseas. Freelance journalist Andrei Ghoukassian looks at what can get you kicked out overseas.
What's Donald Bradman's batting average? What was the most successful horse ever to run the Melbourne Cup? Howard's "culture" questions have gone from the citizenship test, but there are a few curveballs left.
As long as we care about "allegiance", with all its pre-modern baggage, the debate around dual citizenship is not going to go away.
The new test preparation booklet Australian Citizenship: Our Common Bond, while more tempered than its predecessor, still has its problems, writes Kerry Ryan.
The famed citizenship pop quiz -- with questions on Don Bradman and Cathy Freeman -- has been scrapped for a test focusing on democracy and Australian law. But don't fret sports nutes, athletes will get citizenship preferences. Ahem.