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Papua New Guinea demands end to Australia refugee contract

The contract, worth over Aus$400-million over the last two years, has been the subject of deep controversy

Australian police raid public broadcaster amid media crackdown

Six police descended on the corporation's offices in Sydney armed with a warrant targeting three senior journalists and executives

AfriForum decries SA farm murders down under

The group’s visit comes amid a controversial Australian senate motion condemning ‘anti-white racism’

Defiant Australia PM refuses to ‘give in to bullies’

Malcolm Turnbull has accused Peter Dutton and his supporters of intimidation in a crisis that snowballed from Monday

Australian PM urges unity after surviving leadership challenge

Embattled Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull narrowly survived a leadership challenge as discontent with his rule boiled over

13 African athletes go missing at Commonwealth Games

Australia's Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton warned athletes would be forcibly removed from the country if they attempted to overstay their visas

Aussie Minister Dutton the next prime minister, or the great divider?

He has been described as solid, straightforward, laconic, with a strong sense of self and morality in a profile by The Australian.

‘Crazy lefties are dead to me’: Aus minister pushes ahead with SA farmer plan

Peter Dutton sparked uproar last week by singling out the farmers' need to flee "horrific circumstances" for a "civilised country".

Sisulu demands retraction from Australia on land redistribution comments

Their home affairs minister said his department was looking into methods that would facilitate the fast-tracking of visas for white farmers

Why Australia is ‘saving’ SA’s white farmers

There is only one reason why immigration minister Peter Dutton isn’t equally welcoming of Palestinians and the Rohingyas.

​DIRCO slams special refugee status for white South Africans

South African government says it's “regrettable” that Australia’s home affairs minister wants to give special treatment to white South African farmers

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