Malcolm Turnbull says Peter Dutton has questions to answer about national security. He's right — Dutton's record in key areas is at odds with his hardline reputation.
Good morning, early birds. The Coalition is set to bring forward tax relief as part of today's federal budget, and records contradict Home Affairs' claims on Papua New Guinea security contracts. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Good morning, early birds. UK parliament has narrowly voted to bar a "no deal" Brexit outcome "under any circumstances", and Home Affairs is set to conduct an audit of internal processes following the Paladin controversy. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Despite bureaucrats' attempts to justify the appointment of the mysterious Paladin company to provide offshore processing services, plenty of questions remain about the scandal.
Home Affairs has failed to learn the lesson of previous contract debacles by letting controversial detention firm Paladin self-report with little risk of audit.
Crikey readers discuss the blacklisting of Chinese donor Huang Xiangmo, legal liability online and the middling franking credits scare campaign.
Good morning, early birds. Labor is seeking an inquiry into the potential leaking of the banking royal commission report, and Home Affairs comes out swinging against Kerryn Phelps' medical evacuation bill. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
This arrest could have huge ramifications for other refugees who have been granted asylum by Australia. We need answers.
The encryption fiasco isn't the only capitulation recently made in the name of Australia's national security.
Lawyers say the Australian government should have informed Interpol of Hakeem Al-Araibi's refugee status when he travelled to Thailand, thereby ensuring his safety.