When you are willing to let someone go blind slowly, a child to starve themself to death in protest and trauma, then your camp has become something other than a mere containment facility that happens to be cruel.
Good morning, early birds. NSW declares its earliest fire ban on record after blazes across the state. Plus, The Greens propose an inquiry into Manus and Nauru. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Good morning, early birds. Julie Bishop is set to challenge the Trump administration on Russia. Plus, Labor has a tough week ahead in the Super Saturday byelections. It’s the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
News Corp journalists are, however, tweeting against the boycott.
The Federal Government Press Gallery has lashed out at a decision by the Nauruan government to block ABC journalists from attending the Pacific Islands Forum.
A quick glance at Nauru's education, health, defence and broader budgets gives some interesting background to why this small country seems so co-operative.
Good morning, early birds. The Victorian Premier resists mounting pressure to force 21 of his scandal-plagued ministers to resign. Plus, how Peter Dutton's department tried to prevent a suicidal 10-year-old boy from coming to Australia for care. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
With calls for the ICC to investigate the Australian government going unheard, some are looking to a far-reaching code that gives the German judiciary the ability to prosecute crimes against humanity, even if they have no relation to the country.
Good morning, early birds. Barnaby Joyce now faces a formal sexual harassment complaint. Plus, tent mould in the Nauru detention centre could be grounds for a lawsuit against the Australian government. It's the news you need to know, with Max Chalmers.