Detained journalists, Jacinda Ardern’s solo flight and New Zealand domestic politics take centre stage.
If the Minister for Home Affairs can actually seize Malcolm Turnbull's job, he's either a genius or the luckiest guy who's ever come to Canberra.
The child has been exhibiting suicidal tendencies.
To increase their chances of US immigration, detainees are being encouraged to cut ties with their spouses and children forever.
The Australian Government is paying compensation to detained refugees. Naturally Tony Abbott sees this as "a windfall for people who unfairly took advantage of our nation's generosity."
'Chauka, Please Tell Us The Time' shows what life is really like for detainees. It's both boring and brutal, as its director explains.
The plan is to demolish most of the detention compound by the end of the month. There's no solid plan for the detainees.
Malcolm Turnbull has been silent so far, while Julie Bishop has expressed vague support.
This morning, protesters scaled the roof, erected a huge banner saying "Close the Bloody Camps Now," and dyed the Parliament House water feature blood red.
The protestors say some of them were forcibly torn from the balustrade by armed police.