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Peter Dutton wins seventh term in Dickson

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has retained his marginal northern Brisbane seat of Dickson despite what he says was a dirty campaign run by GetUp and Labor.
SBS - Published

Defiant Peter Dutton confident of a win despite 'unprecedented personal attack'

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton says his team has run an effective election campaign in the face of opposition from Labor and GetUp.
SBS - Published

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Dickson: sleepy suburbia roused by the battle over Peter Dutton  – video [Video]Dickson: sleepy suburbia roused by the battle over Peter Dutton – video

Outside the seat of Dickson, on Brisbane's northern fringe, many voters are hostile to the home affairs minister thanks to his hardline record on asylum seekers and migrants. But in his heartland the..

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Christchurch Attack Video Could Still Be On Facebook, Says Director [Video]Christchurch Attack Video Could Still Be On Facebook, Says Director

Senior executives from Facebook, YouTube and Twitter appeared before the Home Affairs Committee to give evidence on their efforts to combat the posting of terrorist and hate crime material online.

Credit: HuffPost UK STUDIO     Duration: 01:57Published

New Zealand attack video could still be on Facebook, says director [Video]New Zealand attack video could still be on Facebook, says director

Facebook public policy director Neil Potts tells the Home Affairs Committee there is a chance that footage filmed by the New Zealand mosque attacker could still be on the platform.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:26Published

 

Dutton channels anger in Dickson campaign

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton says his team has run an effective election campaign in the face of opposition from Labor and GetUp.
SBS - Published

Dutton battles to hold Qld seat of Dickson

Grass-roots campaigning by lobbyist GetUp in Peter Dutton's marginal seat of Dickson is putting pressure on the hard-line Home Affairs Minister.
SBS - Published

Flood of early voting as election nears

Scott Morrison won't say who will fill key ministerial roles in his government, but he's attacked Labor for not saying who would run Home Affairs.
SBS - Published

'Who will stop the boats on Sunday?' Morrison presses Labor on home affairs minister

The PM has promised the core members of his team will remain the same and attacked Labor for failing to name a potential home affairs minister.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Ministries still unknown after election

Scott Morrison won't say who will fill key ministerial roles in his government, but he's attacked Labor for not saying who would run Home Affairs.
SBS - Published

Fears of Home Affairs job losses as government cuts staff budget by $150 million

The revelations have fuelled concern that the national security agency is planning to axe thousands of workers.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

PM sees plenty of scope in US refugee deal

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton says the coalition has not ruled out New Zealand's offer to take 150 refugees from Australia's offshore detention centres.
SBS - Published

Dutton says NZ refugee offer not ruled out

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton says the coalition has not ruled out New Zealand's offer to take 150 refugees from Australia's offshore detention centres.
SBS - Published

Dutton apologises to disabled Labor rival

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has directly apologised to Labor challenger Ali France for his controversial remarks about her disability.
SBS - Published

Minister defends Dutton over private lunch

Cabinet minister David Littleproud has defended Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton, who is in hot water over a private lunch with a Chinese billionaire.
SBS - Published

Millions spent on six-day Manus contract

Home Affairs officials spent more than $8 million on Manus Island housing blocks, only to cancel the contract six days later.
SBS - Published

No visa privatisation until after election

Home Affairs secretary Michael Pezzullo has confirmed the Morrison government will not proceed with visa privatisation plans until after the next election.
SBS - Published

Home Affairs releases visa privatisation details right before election

But the final product may never see the light of day.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Home Affairs boss Mike Pezzullo the target of no-confidence petition

An extraordinary statement circulating among department staff calls for an urgent overhaul of its senior leadership.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

No red flags in NZ accused's travel abroad

Home Affairs boss Michael Pezzullo says intelligence agencies had nothing to suggest the alleged Christchurch gunman should be stopped from travelling abroad.
SBS - Published

More refugees being treated in Australia than on Nauru and Manus Island

Home Affairs boss Michael Pezzullo has confirmed there are now more asylum seekers in Australia for medical treatment than there are being held offshore.
SBS - Published

More refugees in Australia than offshore

Home Affairs boss Michael Pezzullo has confirmed there are now more asylum seekers in Australia for medical treatment than there are being held offshore.
SBS - Published

Medical transfers outnumber offshore: govt

Home Affairs boss Michael Pezzullo has confirmed there are now more asylum seekers in Australia for medical treatment than there are being held offshore.
SBS - Published

Home Affairs linked to controversial PNG security contract

Even though they denied involvement, Australian officials did sit on a panel that awarded a security contract in Port Moresby, according to leaked PNG documents.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Auditor-General launches probe into Home Affairs offshore contracts

After weeks of revelations about Australia's security contracts in PNG and Nauru, Auditor General Grant Hehir announces new investigation.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

PNG shakedown: Home Affairs contractor asked for $8 million political donation

Australia has poured $5 billion since 2013 into offshore refugee processing - spending that has created a 'culture of expectation' among some in Papua New Guinea.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Anning aide's far-right links scrutinised

Home Affairs boss Michael Pezzullo will look into claims a departmental staffer on leave while he works for Fraser Anning holds extremist views.
SBS - Published

Australia ramping up pressure on far-right

Home Affairs boss Michael Pezzullo says the pressure will increase on white supremacists after 50 Muslims were shot dead in New Zealand last week.
SBS - Published

Fraser Anning staffer and alleged Nazi enthusiast employed by Home Affairs

Richard Howard has been accused of writing Fraser Anning’s infamous “final solution” speech and holding an obsession with Nazi Germany.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Dutton voices concerns over 'copycat attacks' at Hastie-hosted forum

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has expressed concern over copycats in the wake of the tragedy that unfolded in Christchurch while addressing a security forum south of Perth.
Brisbane Times - Published

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