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.
The Australian right's "law and order" rhetoric combined with the left's oversimplification and focus on state power are combining to bear down on black and Indigenous communities.
H was held for months in adult detention, away from his family in NSW, while Peter Dutton publicly threatened to send him to New Zealand. Today, he's free.
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.
The practice of writing letters to babies is Kafkaesque in the true sense of that word, but it's the reality of our immigration.
What happens now that the man in charge of Australia's immigration and asylum seeker policies has said if we want to stop the boats, we cannot stop the suicides?
The planned closure of the Christmas Island detention center is looking in doubt after reports that Peter Dutton "changed his mind". What exactly is happening on the island?
How does a post-doctoral sociologist end up in a swish Sydney conference centre listening to what she soon recognised as horseshit promoted by Peter Dutton's Home Affairs Department?
Crikey readers respond to the government's controversial new plan for airport security.
Police will be given new parties to override civil liberties in airports, as the government wastes hundreds of millions on security theatre.