The Medical Evacuation Bill (just) passed through the Senate, but the legislation and the effects of our policy on Nauru should be examined.
Yesterday a win was registered by those on Manus Island, but the margin of the vote should be a matter of discussion.
As you read this, the Morrison government is sacrificing both its encryption bill and the rest of its legitimacy to stop a vote to get sick children off Nauru.
With Peter Dutton beckoning South African farmers to step to the front of the immigration queue and ignoring everyone else, who he loves is obvious.
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 Coalition tearing down safe schools has revealed an interesting point. It’s not that they don’t understand our complaints, they just don’t care.
Peter Dutton has just agreed to close down Manus Island, but the question remains, does this change anything? And where will those on Manus be settled?
Stop rubbing your hands together with glee, Laborites! For your recent victories over Manus & Negative gearing mean nothing.
With Spanish company Ferrovial tabling a takeover of the company that runs Nauru and Manus, a campaign has begun to #LetThemKnow the moral cost.
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.
Inspired to see the recent IQ2 debate, “History’s judgement will be to vindicate our treatment of ‘boat people’,” Rainer weighs in on the “boat people issue”.