Exactly what have they got on Margaret Cunneen, her son, Stephen Wyllie and his girlfriend Sophia Tilley?
John Garnaut and David Wroe China has moved weaponry onto artificial islands that it is building in contested areas of the South China Sea.
Sarah Whyte The Immigration Department has been forced to pay at least $10,000 compensation to lawyers who were denied access to a compound at the Christmas Island detention centre, after the Victorian Supreme Court found staff at the centre had behaved in a "high-handed" manner, with an "unacceptable disregard" for the rule of law.
John Garnaut China has moved weaponry onto artificial islands that it is building in contested areas of the South China Sea, adding to the risks of a confrontation with the United States and its regional security partners including Australia.
Noel Towell Motor Neurone Disease sufferer Duncan Bayley, and his government assistant, must wait and wait like millions of others.
Noel Towell Another wave of high level departures is underway at the Immigration Department as the agency's boss reveals that yet more of his executives have been placed on "performance notice".
Sarah Whyte The High Commissioner for Human Rights has told a global audience that he is "dismayed" in Australia and the country's treatment of people seeking asylum in detention centres.
John Garnaut The problem for China's President Xi Jinping is that the harder he pushes at his borders, and the more muscle he devotes to the cause, the more the world pushes back.
Kate McClymont The corruption watchdog has referred evidence to the Director of Public Prosecutions to consider whether prominent silk Margaret Cunneen should face criminal charges.
Matthew Knott SBS management personally apologised to participants of the controversial series Struggle Street for a promotional video showing one of the stars of the show passing wind.