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A huge class action on behalf of 1900 men reached settlement before going to court.
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Immigration Minister Peter Dutton would be given stronger powers to override independent judicial decisions on citizenship applications under new laws to be introduced to Parliament in the next fortni...
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The target should be problematic individuals, not whole ethnic groups.
Thousands attended the funeral procession for the policeman shot dead in the Lockyer Valley.
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has taken aim at the ABC, attacking the Q&A program as a "waste of taxpayers money" and seemingly claiming victory in the wake of the broadcaster's axing of Muslim activist Yassmin Abdel-Magied, saying "one down, many to go".
The Minister has previously accused the ABC -- and Fairfax -- of conducting a "jihad" to bring down the Coalition Government, but he has doubled down on Thursday in the wake of a Q&A which allegedly downplayed the threat posed by Islamic fundamentalism and inspired an article which has been roundly condemned for suggesting the ABC should have been bombed instead of Manchester.
The Minister is claiming victory for the axing of Yassmin Abdel-Magied.
Many asylum seekers weren't even allowed to apply until a few months ago.
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has given 7,500 asylum seekers living in Australia until October to lodge an application for protection, or face deportation, declaring the "game is up" for "fake ref...
Claims Dutton's comments were 'dangerous and erosive to our justice system'.
'There's no report for us to investigate.'
It is urgent that ordinary members of the public see their own rights as intimately bound up with the rights of refugees.
Why have refugees been forced out of sight and, seemingly, out of any legal system where we could seek redress?
'Disappointed' NZ PM wants a please explain on "rapid" Australian citizenship changes.
Exclusive: Those left after USA deal could be declared illegal aliens and deported.