The case of a 23-year-old Somali refugee named Abyan, who became pregnant after she was allegedly raped by an unknown assailant on Nauru, should be extremely concerning for Australians.
Last week a rape victim was returned to the Nauru detention center without an abortion. This week a 30-year-old refugee has probably set himself on fire.
Did the government block a rape victim's termination out of fear she'd use the situation to stay in Australia?
We need to decide if we're actually going to do something about systemic violence against women, or just act like it.
With Australia kicking out large numbers of lawbreaking kiwis, we look at how they deal with offending expats over the ditch.
"The Lord has allowed me to get on a plane in spite of many objections by the airlines and Australia," posted the pro-life advocate this morning. He's now in detention at Melbourne Airport.
At the end of July, 166 New Zealanders were in immigration detention centers compared with a total of 52 deported for the whole of 2014.
Leaked documents made it appear the Australian government cares about asylum seeker health.
For the second time in under a year, Australia has secretly held a group of refugees at sea before sending them back where they came from.
It's good because it means there are fewer detainees, but bad because the remaining detainees might go to Nauru.
Tony Abbott responded to the report by recommending the commission send former Immigration Minister Scott Morrison a thank-you note for his work protecting human rights.
The detainees who claim to be refugees are continuing to refuse food, raising the possibility of a health crisis at the center. The protestors demand Australia hand them over to the UN.