An Egyptian man wrongly branded a convicted terrorist last year has had his asylum claim stalled in Immigration Minister Scott Morrison’s office for at least two months.
A Royal Australian Navy ship captain will be stripped of his command and another will receive a formal warning for his conduct over incursions into Indonesian waters during border protection operations.
The federal government insists it will be business as usual with the temporarily leaderless NSW government, which lost its premier in spectacular circumstances on Wednesday.
Outgoing West Australian Senator Louise Pratt launched a blistering attack on her Labor running mate Joe Bullock on Wednesday, labelling him a "deeply homophobic" person who is disloyal to his own party.
Indonesia’s top military commander says Australia has agreed to stop turning back asylum boats to Indonesia, but the Australian Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, Scott Morrison, insists the government’s policy remains unchanged.
The question was a red rag to a blue tie.
Former Victorian premier Jeff Kennett has defended recently resigned NSW premier Barry O'Farrell, describing the events that lead to his downfall as “entrapment”.
A Royal Australian Navy captain will lose command of his ship and another will receive administrative punishment over the recent incursions into Indonesian waters during border protection operations.
A dengue fever outbreak has gripped one of Australia's offshore processing centres in Nauru.
Former Australian of the year, paediatrician Fiona Stanley has attacked climate change deniers and warned time is running out for Australia to take action to prevent the public health impacts of global warming.
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NORTHERN detectives have appealed for the public's help in relation to an ATM explosion, car theft and crash.
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PEOPLE suffering mental health issues over Easter can still receive help, beyondblue chief executive Kate Carnell said yesterday.