The name on the door might have changed, but the challenges those stranded in our detention centres haven’t. So, Mr Shorten, Mr Morrison. What is your plan to solve this issue?
Watching the rescue of the soccer team in a Thai cave has kept our attention. But why do we care so much about them, and view something like the Manus issue differently?
We need to recognise that the human rights abuses of asylum seekers is our nation’s awful legacy, and Julian Burnside knows who is to blame.
In Dutton’s mind, he’s not a monster, he’s just ahead of the curve. In fact, unpacking the man, he’s our very own Joker.
This morning, those on Manus Island received a letter. They would not be coming to Australia, and they would not be able to stay in PNG. So what happens to them now?
As the continuing crisis on Manus redefines how we’re viewed as a nation, I believe we should pay the price for our actions.
After the PNG police stormed Manus, it is now our responsibility to question the government on what their real endgame is. Dutton washing his hands will not do.
In the wake of the growing crisis on Manus Island, a collection of medical professionals have voiced their concerns about the health of those who remain.
The latest dual citizenship bungle revealed something vicious. Instead of fronting the High Court, the Coalition decided to cheapen the horror of the Holocaust.
The ongoing crisis at Manus is not just an issue that needs solving, it is also a slash across the face of the Australia we grew up idolising.
The landmark case to award asylum seekers compensation should not be taken at face value. Indeed, despite the headlines, nothing has changed.
The world has been gripped with a missile measuring contest, there’s been more trouble on Manus Island, we said goodbye to a couple of comedy greats and heard about the world’s greatest Maccas run.
Morn, all! What happened while you were asleep? Well Theresa is serious about leaving, yet more financial shenanigans from Canberra, and we have yet another name to attach to 007. Ffs.
Gah. I hate the sound of my alarm. What happened while you were asleep? Dylan Voller gave evidence at the Don Dale RC, the NYT panned our asylum seeker policy and the UCL draw was drawn.
Good morning and welcome back to the week that was. There’s been fresh violence in Syria and the return of the show that’s apparently better than sex…
With Spanish company Ferrovial tabling a takeover of the company that runs Nauru and Manus, a campaign has begun to #LetThemKnow the moral cost.
After human teeth were recently discovered in a meal at Manus Island, Polly Chester has had enough; and she’ll be sending her own letter of apology.
Michael Burrill’s Current Affairs Wrap, touches on Malcolm Turnbull’s doublespeak, Shorten’s proposal and his ability to predict the future.
Michael Burrill’s Current Affairs Wrap features the climate change debate, the Dyson Heydon problem and the reasoning behind Jacqui Lambie’s bill.
Bill Heffernan claims westernised ISIS can tackle corporate tax terror, detention centre operator gags employees and Tone’s not cool with ice – this week’s #currentaffairswrap from Michael Burrill.
Rich Jackson fights his own “Clinton rage” as he profiles Among the Hillary Haters, a piece about Hillary Clinton and the rocky 2016 US Presidential Road ahead, as part of this week’s Long Reads.
Michael Burrill’s Current Affairs Wrap: environment in 2090, world leaders to Saudi Arabia, Peter O’Neill on asylum seekers, Brandis on metadata and Rupert Murdoch on Twitter.