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Peter Dutton is repeating false claims there are no children in detention

Peter Dutton is repeating false claims there are no children in detention

On the same day that a two-year-old in detention was banned from receiving a birthday cake, the Home Affairs minister claimed again that all children have been removed from detention.

Government religiosity hides weaponisation of despair on Manus

Government religiosity hides weaponisation of despair on Manus

It's time for Australian faith leaders to loudly protest the elitist religiosity propping up the inhumane treatment of asylum seekers.

Manus detainees are making sure they can no longer be ignored

Manus detainees are making sure they can no longer be ignored

More than 250 detainees have filed documents with the PNG National Court asking for enforcement of their human rights.

Dutton’s Rwandans led troops in deadly raid targeting tourists

Dutton’s Rwandans led troops in deadly raid targeting tourists

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.

Can Julian Burnside turn Kooyong Green?

Can Julian Burnside turn Kooyong Green?

Julian Burnside was once a lawyer for CEOs and heiresses. Now, the refugee advocate is hoping to win a Liberal stronghold for the Greens.

Border Force’s forgotten email led to Hakeem al-Araibi arrest

Border Force’s forgotten email led to Hakeem al-Araibi arrest

Good morning, early birds. Border Force has apologised for the case of "human error" which lead to refugee Hakeem al-Araibi being detained in Thailand, and Finance Minister Mathias Cormann says he had "no idea" a travel company paid for his holiday flights after winning tender from the federal government. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

‘With hope in your heart’: Hakeem Al-Araibi returns home

‘With hope in your heart’: Hakeem Al-Araibi returns home

Hakeem did not walk into Melbourne's international terminal alone yesterday, and it wasn't just Craig Foster by his side.

Hakeem heading home after Thailand drops case

Hakeem heading home after Thailand drops case

Good morning, early birds. Freed Bahraini refugee Hakeem al-Araibi is expected to be home in Australia within hours, and Bill Shorten faces the year's first parliamentary sitting day having backflipped on support for medical transfer legislation. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Peter Dutton makes early play for 2019’s Arsehat of the Year

Peter Dutton makes early play for 2019’s Arsehat of the Year

It seems Dutton knows there's limited time left to display his unparalleled arsehattery on a big stage, and he's going to make the absolute most of it.

What exactly did Labor sell at the 2018 national conference?

What exactly did Labor sell at the 2018 national conference?

Unlike the Liberals or the Greens, Labor runs an open shop during its national conference — but it is more like a display window then a factory floor.