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Injustices sometimes need to be resisted unlawfully, as critics of Sally McManus should know, writes Peter Mares.
Near the South Australia–Victoria border, a small community captures the highs and lows of the migration experience.
Attitudes towards a more generous refugee resettlement program are influenced by beliefs about how many migrants arrive each year. But making the calculation isn’t straightforward.
There are around one million 'unsettled settlers' - including thousands of New Zealanders - on various kinds of temporary visas in Australia, and many are being unfairly treated.
Peter Mares reports on a truncated parliamentary inquiry that revealed the problem of having two very different schemes dealing with rural labour shortages.
Barristers and solicitors have taken the unprecedented step of rallying to demand an increase in legal aid funding. Will it come to wigs on the picket lines?
The Turnbull government says it won’t allow refugees to be resettled in New Zealand because it’s the “back door” to Australia. This argument rests on a series of misconceptions.
New Zealanders living in Australia have been given a new way of becoming citizens. But only some of them stand to benefit.
Temporary migration is fuelling a new boom in migration from Italy, but trying to settle permanently can be a disillusioning process.
Australia has passed up the option of settling offshore refugees in New Zealand