Scott Morrison's commitment to 1.25 million jobs in coming years is great news for migrants in the health sector.
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?
Good morning, early birds. Donald Trump has awkwardly walked back his comments about Russian interference. Plus, reports that Adani has almost secured funding for its controversial coal mine. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Good morning, early birds. The PM is facing pressure to make further cuts to migration. Plus, France has taken out the FIFA World Cup. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Good morning, early birds. Migration has dropped to a 10-year low, following government “integrity measures”. Plus, Australia has pledged more troops to Iraq and Afghanistan. It’s the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Right on cue, Tony Abbott has returned to cause trouble for Malcolm Turnbull.
A long series of independent reports has confirmed that the Department of Immigration is the most incompetent agency in the Commonwealth. A major intervention is needed.
Under the pretence of abolishing a catalyst for xenophobic populism, Malcolm Turnbull is leaving a mostly successful skilled migration program intact.
Just how many people move to Australia every year? It seems straightforward, but ANU migration researcher Henry Sherrell and Inside Story contributing editor Peter Mares find that it is anything but.
There is a way to end offshore detention, increase Australia's economic productivity and shoulder more of our fair share of the world's refugee crisis, says GetUp's Shen Narayanasamy.