A scathing review of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal shows how the government has created the circumstances that have allowed tens of thousands of illegal immigrants to remain in Australia.
When artists can’t survive in a place making the art they want to make, they leave for a place where they can.
George Brandis's public begging to keep his job degrades the diplomatic corps and embarrasses Australia — but did it breach the code of conduct public servants must adhere to?
The government is desperate to hide its prosecution of Witness K and Bernard Collaery. But who will benefit from a cover-up?
The foreign interference laws are a cover for a dramatic expansion in secrecy laws — one that has only partly been thwarted.
The Commonwealth Bank would have been forced to disclose its mammoth data breach if the government had fulfilled its promise of requiring companies to report breaches. But instead the government took three years to do it.
The inaugural director of Australia’s new arts and culture think tank has her work cut out for her.
There were a few unexpected sights in the senate chamber on the first day of the year for parliament, writes Senator Derryn Hinch.
Good morning, early birds. Ladies and gentlemen, George Brandis has left the building (but not before throwing a little shade at both sides). Plus, Germany finally gets a stable government, more than four months after going to the polls. It's the news you need to know, with Max Chalmers.