Don't be surprised that the Attorney-General's Department is threatening media outlets; its loathing for media freedom goes back a long way.
Did our government break the law in the 2004 bugging incident? Australians deserve to know.
After years of relentless pressure, Witness K has pleaded guilty to revealing information about ASIS' criminal conduct in Timor Leste. It is a shameful reward for a man who diligently served his country.
From Witness K's lawyer: 'Let us be under no misapprehension. Mighty forces are at play here to hide dirty political linen.'
The two outlets that led the coverage of the biggest scandal in Australian politics have fallen silent on its aftermath.
This is Australian politics' biggest scandal, and the most powerful people in the country are ensuring you know as little about it as possible.
We need to stop kidding ourselves that we're so different from the Chinese on surveillance and control. They just do it better than us.
Australia owes a great deal to the winners of the 2018 Person of the Year.
The resort to suppression orders by our courts undermines faith in the legal system and is used by the legal industry to avoid scrutiny.