Key changes announced by Home Affairs Minister Clare O'Neil include making it easier for migrants to move from temporary visas to permanent residency.
Should Australia ban ransomware payments? And should the government be able to commandeer companies’ IT systems? An expert explains the government’s new cybersecurity agenda.
The Home Affairs and Immigration Ministers Clare O'Neil and Andrew Giles have announced that people on TPV and SHEV Visas will be eligible to apply
Australia must recognise the complex risks associated with cascading natural disasters, and draw on the knowledge and experience of all citizens.
Australia already has extensive counter-terrorism laws and does not need more. However, the government could more specifically target far-right groups in its list of proscribed organisations.
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As of Sunday morning, the Minister for Government Services Bill Shorten and Cyber Security Minister Clare O'Neil were yet to receive information from Optus that was requested on September 27.
Anthony Albanese will be on the international road again next week. He’ll be at the NATO summit in Madrid, where they will discuss Ukraine, China and climate change.
On the economy, people smugglers, parliamentary sitting, and Julian Assange.
Michelle Grattan discusses politics with politics + society editor, Amanda Dunn
The Albanese government has launched a concerted effort to nip in the bud a threatened resumption of the people smuggling trade, with a visit by Home Affairs Minister Clare O'Neil to Sri Lanka and a $50…
Between growing scam and hack incidents, global cyber warfare threats, and the increasing connectivity of our systems – keeping Australia’s cyber defences up is of the utmost importance.
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Primary care and COVID will be the top two challenges for new government. But the likely ministers have strong credentials.
One paper reported that between 0.3% to 4.6% of all deaths are reported as euthanasia or physician-assisted suicide in jurisdictions where they are legal.
There is a growing body of evidence available on how many people are using euthanasia and assisted dying laws in places where it is legal.
Clare O'Neil, with her colleague Tim Watts, has written a book that looks at Australia in 2040. She speaks with Michelle Grattan about the book, and the future of progressive politics in Australia.