Good morning, early birds. Australia has pushed for the UK to follow suit on its Huawei 5G ban, and new shadow Home Affairs spokesperson Kristina Keneally makes a case for immigration. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.
Two Rwandan men secretly resettled by the government led soldiers in a 1999 raid in Uganda that resulted in the rape and murder of Western tourists.
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.
There is an awful lot that Scott Morrison "can't recollect" at the moment.
For nearly two decades the Coalition has been committed to an open-door policy for workers and foreign students in service to a neoliberal agenda. Now this, too, has backfired on them.
Australian aviation pioneer Nancy-Bird Walton's nieces have been rendered temporarily stateless due to an "administrative error".
Welcome to Side View -- a curated guide to new and overlooked content on politics, policy, and public affairs. This week: reflective fish, immigration stoushes, it's just a flesh wound, and the ghostwriters of Christmas Past.
Studies show that inter-state emigration and lowering birth rates are a threat to South Australia's economy. Can policy action help?
Welcome to Side View — a curated guide to new and overlooked content on politics, policy, and public affairs. This week: "sourbros", when will we recognise Australia's wars of occupation, and Australia defies global trends on suicide.
The PM says he plans to cut our permanent migration intake by 30,000, but who exactly are we talking about here? Would it really make a difference?