The week saw freed Bali Nine smuggler Renae Lawrence turn herself in for previous outstanding charges, an American missionary killed in India, and an enthusiastic father going too far to ensure his son’s football team’s win.
With the conditions on new citizens tougher, it begs us to ask not only who we are, but what we expect.
There remains a lot of uncertainty for DACA recipients like Ruby. As they’re unsure what will happen next, and confusion and fear is preventing many from renewing their status.
The latest dual citizenship bungle revealed something vicious. Instead of fronting the High Court, the Coalition decided to cheapen the horror of the Holocaust.
Despite the obvious failings of the current political system in this country, AusPol has completely lost their minds over where people are from. At least Pauline’s above board. Right?
With Turnbull’s new cabinet filling the headlines, Jordan King-Lacroix feels we’re whitewashing a much greater issue. And he’s not done talking about it.
Yesterday Conrad Liveris said Dyson Heydon made the right choice to continue the Royal Commission. Today, brand new Australian citizen Chetna Prakash, initially puzzled by the Royal Commission fiasco, did some digging and discovered a sobering truth.
New Australian citizen Chetna Prakash reflects on the many places she has called home and the correlation between citizenship and identity.
Michael Burrill offers his own take on the tightening of citizenship legislation and foresees Tony Abbott’s vision of the future.
Michael Burrill’s #CurrentAffairsWrap tackles our PM’s removal of citizenship for extremists, the thawing of the Cold War and the emergence of Trump.
Michael Burrill’s #currentaffairswrap, TBS’ weekly news wrap up: citizenship, Nauru, IS, indigenous affairs and the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Paul McMahon wants to personally ask Tony Abbott to make clear decisions about the removal of citizenship for foreign fighters before more Australians are lost forever.
Paul McMahon tells TBS Travelogue readers just how lucky we are to possess an Australian passport, telling tales of his time in Columbia observing just how disparate rights to travel can be.