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.
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Exclusive: Those left after USA deal could be declared illegal aliens and deported.
Dutton says there's no stalling on the deal.
There is "no link" between the shooting and allegations about a child being "led away", police say.
But Manus asylum seekers say the Immigration Minister is lying.
If Australia is the most successful multicultural nation in the world, then why this?
It's now to be three strikes on a "more meaningful" test and you'll wait for two years.
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Migration crackdown: Australia first and Australian values.
They're the visas that bring in temporary foreign workers.
Dutton is pushing for a postal vote plebiscite to resolve the issue.
But the US will 'make the ultimate decision'.
And the 'tough' language that got us here.
Kuwaiti refugee's pregnancy complications said to be life-threatening.
How the PM help the debt ridden federal branch?
The NSW Premier has announced he is quitting, halfway through his term.
Are fireworks on the harbour an "official function" or not?
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He is political incorrectness gone mad.
Backpacker Tax? What Backpacker Tax?
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Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has acknowledged there is a limit to the number of refugees who will go to the US as part of a resettlement deal with Australia, but said it is "not in our best inter...
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Jihad Dib says his community is asking why it has to prove its 'Australianness'.
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The former Vic Premier attacks any migration policy based on race or creed.
The Immigration Minister says he's 'spoken the truth'.