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Sweeping reforms are coming to Australia's airports.
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Terror suspects, drug traffickers and organised crime figures were intercepted.
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Two hours is needed before domestic flights and three hours for international.
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'We were promised flying cars, instead we got suicidal robots.'
Temporary concrete bollards are being erected at Melbourne's Federation Square and Bourke Street over the weekend, in response to recent terror attacks in the city and abroad. The Victorian Government...
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Sometimes our authorities are damned if they do and damned if they don't.
We are missing a singular opportunity to ready ourselves against domestic climate security threats.
Passwords and emails have also been leaked.
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There's concern about the character and symbolism of Parliament House.
The last lawn rolls are getting underway.
Time to brush up on your cyber security protocols.
Chef de Mission Kitty Chiller urges Brazilian authorities to deploy their troops.
The federal government has revealed it is prepared to use military options to respond to cyber attacks on Australia, as Malcolm Turnbull unveiled a $230 million package to boost Australia's online sec...
A homeless woman and her dog who bravely tackled a shop burglar have been hailed as "amazing" for securing the return of thousands of pounds worth of stolen property. Lottie, who regularly sleeps roug...
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British intelligence officials rank Australia as their best international security partner, Attorney-General George Brandis says. Speaking in London, Senator Brandis said British Home Secretary Theres...
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The accelerating digitisation of Australia’s personal data is leaving it exposed to global cyber attacks such as the one leveled at the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) earlier in the week, experts say. Th...
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The new law enforcement agency that came controversially to public attention on Friday, the Australian Border Force, is building a 5000 to 6000-strong body of officers, most trained for use-of-force...
Social Services Minister Scott Morrison is currently in the Torres Strait and far north Queensland with Prime Minister Tony Abbott visiting indigenous communities, but it was an attempt at "humour"...