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Topic: australian secret intelligence service
How the Witness K/Collaery case is being delayed into oblivion

How the Witness K/Collaery case is being delayed into oblivion

This is Australian politics' biggest scandal, and the most powerful people in the country are ensuring you know as little about it as possible.

Labor has serious questions to answer about Witness K

Labor has serious questions to answer about Witness K

Labor used to be the party that was sceptical of Australia's intelligence agencies. It's time for MPs to speak out on their party's collusion with the cover-up of the Witness K scandal — even if it means admitting Labor's own culpability in the affair.

ASIS chief raises fist — and hackles — with Duterte

ASIS chief raises fist — and hackles — with Duterte

The head of Australia's foreign intelligence service has alarmed intelligence circles with an error of judgment in his meeting with strongman Rodrigo Duterte.

Illegal, incompetent — either way, the bribery won’t be investigated

Illegal, incompetent — either way, the bribery won’t be investigated

With Labor too incompetent and embarrassed to investigate the bribery of people smugglers, there are no mechanisms for investigating criminal conduct by intelligence agencies.

Foreign affairs: Defence spending down, more aid and spies

Foreign affairs: Defence spending down, more aid and spies

It's a good time to be a spy. While Defence spending has been cut in the federal budget, there's more money for secret intelligence. And aid funding gets an increase, despite deferring UN goals.

Spy games: Mossad agent ousting <br>pre-arranged?

Spy games: Mossad agent ousting
pre-arranged?

A former top-level spy says the Rudd Government's ousting of a Mossad agent from Canberra was almost certainly brokered behind the scenes by top-level Israeli and Australian officials.