There are just six asylum seekers and refugees left in the controversial offshore processing facility, with most of them being transferred to Port Moresby.
To increase their chances of US immigration, detainees are being encouraged to cut ties with their spouses and children forever.
The plan is to demolish most of the detention compound by the end of the month. There's no solid plan for the detainees.
Papua New Guinea’s Chief Justice says yes. The Australian Government says no.
"It's a dangerous thing to be happy or to feel hope. The system will burn your hope and then you with it."
The legislation, which bans all "queue jumping" boat arrivals from ever setting foot in Australia, has to get past some very unconvinced Senators.
As the guy who re-established offshore processing on Manus Island, Rudd's views come off as slightly hypocritical.
Peter Dutton has announced the government will impose an outright ban on all "queue jumping" asylum seekers from ever setting foot here.
The state's Premier has called the offshore detention of children "unacceptable."
VICE's sources inside the PNG detention centre know it's been ruled illegal, but they aren't getting any answers about where they are headed next
In part 2 of our interview with Nicole Judge and Chris Iacono, two former support workers at Australian offshore detention facilities, the pair discuss their time at Manus Island and their decision to break confidentiality agreements and speak at the...
We spoke to the young Australian support workers who just broke confidentiality agreements to give evidence in the Senate's Manus Island Inquiry.