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Shush your bleeding-heart ‘moral lecturing’, Immigration tells doctors, state premiers, lawyers

Doctors, premiers and the Human Rights Commission all begged the government to allow 267 asylum seekers bound for Nauru to stay. But the government is not for turning.

Did Australia pay off people smugglers? Amnesty calls for royal commission

Australian officials are accused of paying off people smugglers, which they will neither confirm nor deny.

With Labor too incompetent and embarrassed to investigate the bribery of people smugglers, there are no mechanisms for investigating criminal conduct by intelligence agencies.

Illegal, incompetent — either way, the bribery won’t be investigated

With Labor too incompetent and embarrassed to investigate the bribery of people smugglers, there are no mechanisms for investigating criminal conduct by intelligence agencies.

The legal consequences of bribing people smugglers are potentially serious -- especially if the government insists people smuggling funds terrorism.

Were we funding terrorism when we bribed people smugglers?

The legal consequences of bribing people smugglers are potentially serious -- especially if the government insists people smuggling funds terrorism.

<em>Crikey</em> readers talk the ABC, people smugglers and why Tassie should host its own G21.

Finally, we are addressing ABC bias

Crikey readers talk the ABC, people smugglers and why Tassie should host its own G21.

<em>Crikey</em> readers talk climate denialism, <em>The Australian</em>'s true purpose and who should set Australia's immigration policy.

Stop the people smugglers

Crikey readers talk climate denialism, The Australian's true purpose and who should set Australia's immigration policy.

In a new Australia21 essay on Australia's asylum seeker debate, former Defence Force chief <b>Chris Barrie</b> argues for a more strategic approach with Indonesia to stop the boats.

Ex-ADF chief: asylum seeker solution can’t be an Indonesian problem

In a new Australia21 essay on Australia's asylum seeker debate, former Defence Force chief Chris Barrie argues for a more strategic approach with Indonesia to stop the boats.

The offshore processing of asylum seekers in Nauru and Papua New Guinea deliberately harms human beings and has no benefit other than political smoke and mirrors, argues <b>Susan Metcalfe</b>.

Sending asylum seekers offshore harmful — and won’t stop the boats

The offshore processing of asylum seekers in Nauru and Papua New Guinea deliberately harms human beings and has no benefit other than political smoke and mirrors, argues Susan Metcalfe.

Australia’s efforts to combat people smuggling cannot afford to be one-sided, but involve a genuine commitment to work with Indonesia, write academics <b>Melissa Crouch</b> and <b>Antje Missbach</b>.

Australia-Indonesia commitment a must on people smuggling

Australia’s efforts to combat people smuggling cannot afford to be one-sided, but involve a genuine commitment to work with Indonesia, write academics Melissa Crouch and Antje Missbach.

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