Should we ban Muslim immigration?

Q&A saw one of its most explosive confrontations, with a question about immigration leading to a yelling match between Senator Jacqui Lambie and Muslim activist, Yassmin Abdel-Magied.


Mr Trump’s Muslim ban backfires

It seems that Donald Trump’s Muslim ban is backfiring, as the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) reveals that the executive order is in breach of the First Amendment.


Pauline Hanson finds new ally

As Pauline Hanson and her One Nation party prepare for an assault on the upcoming state and federal elections, support has come in the form of one of Australia’s greatest citizens.


Should Peter Dutton get the sack?

Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has landed himself in hot water for suggesting Australians with Lebanese-Muslim backgrounds are responsible for Australia’s terrorism struggle.


Refugee resettlement one step closer

In a deal struck with the US to resettle refugees currently held in processing centres on Nauru and Manus Island, the Federal Government is hoping it’s one step closer to clearing both facilities.


Proposed lifetime ban on refugees

Malcolm Turnbull and Peter Dutton have revealed plans to stop refugees, who came by boat and are being held in offshore detention centres, from ever coming to Australia.


Aussie family’s deportation delayed

An Australian family, who have made Scotland their home, faces deportation after the UK Government cancelled their visa category, which was designed to attract young families to areas with ageing populations.


UK criminal mum faces deportation

A British-born 30-year-old mother-of-five faces deportation for her criminal past, even though she has lived in Australia for 28 years. She is begging for a second chance, but should she get one?


Bob Carr calls for curb to immigration

With Australia’s population hitting 24 million yesterday, former Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr says halving our immigration intake is key to curbing overpopulation.


Media release no one read

The office of the Immigration Minister received a copy of the ‘badly worded’ Operation Fortitude press release, but no one read the missive that sparked outrage.


Ebola affected visa ban

In a move to ensure Australia remains Ebola free, the Government has announced that no visas will be issued to those from Ebola-affected countries.


Racism on the rise

Australia is one of the most culturally and linguistically diverse nations in the world, so you’d think our attitudes towards different cultures would be fairly evolved. Think again.

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