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Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the new force would involve all the country's top intelligence agencies 'to disrupt and deter anyone attempting to undermine our national interests'
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison's comments come after weeks spent refusing to speak about the link between climate change and deadly fires
'Australia would never do anything contrary to our national interest. It would have been, frankly, more surprising had we chosen not to cooperate,' Scott Morrison says
(UPDATED) An Australian government spokesperson confirms President Donald Trump asked Prime Minister Scott Morrison to investigate issues raised in Robert Mueller's probe
Scott Morrison's comments come after the US slammed China for its 'escalation' in the waterway, a key global shipping route where Beijing is accused of deploying warships, arming outposts and ramming fishing vessels
Leaders of the other 17 nations in the Pacific Island Forum have called on Canberra to do more to cut emissions and curb Australia's lucrative coal industry
(UPDATED) Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Alek Sigley is 'safe and well'
Australian broadcaster ABC says Prime Minister Scott Morrison's Liberal-National coalition will hold at least 77 seats in the 151-member lower house, one more than needed to govern on its own
Prime Minister Scott Morrison may yet have to depend on ecologically-minded independents to pass legislation and manage deep divisions within his fractious coalition
(UPDATED) While it remains unclear if PM Scott Morrison's coalition would win enough seats to form a majority government, the leader of the Labor party has conceded defeat
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison condemns 'reckless' and 'highly offensive' comments made by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey in the wake of the Christchurch massacre
Aboriginal Australians make up about 3% of the total national population of 25 million, but remain the country's most disadvantaged community.
Australian prime minister Scott Morrison approves the reopening of the facility claiming new laws just passed by parliament would increase the number of people trying to arrive in Australia illegally
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is defeated by MPs who insist refugees held in offshore facilities have the right to be transferred to Australia for medical treatment
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison may be forced to leave after less than a year on the job
A senior Palestinian official says the Australian decision to open a trade office in the city violated international law
Protestors called on both the government and the opposition to put a halt to the Adani coal mine project in Queensland state
'People who commit acts of terrorism have rejected absolutely everything that this country stands for,' says Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison
Decrying abuse, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison declares a new national credo in the face of allegations: 'We believe you'
(UPDATED) Hours after first floating the idea, Scott Morrison says he will 'canvass views' from regional leaders about the decision to follow US President Donald Trump's lead
Malcolm Turnbull says Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton should be referred to the High Court over a potential conflict of interests
His departure will trigger a by-election for his Sydney seat, potentially on October 6
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The hardline former immigration minister bills himself as a man of faith and family who can get things done
The budget is seen as a key test for Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull ahead of the polls which are widely expected in July
The amendments to the Migration Act which see a return to controversial temporary protection visas passes through the lower house
People with visas granted on humanitarian grounds would be able to travel to Australia but would be subject to 3 separate health checks before departure as well as screening on arrival
The deal could see some asylum seekers currently held in offshore detention camps by Australia transferred to the Southeast Asian nation
This comes just days after the United Nations new human rights chief said Australia s treatment of asylum seekers was leading to a chain of human rights violations
A large number of the children and their families would be given bridging visas allowing them to live in the community
Immigration Minister: If we can t take people back to India what is next? New Zealand?
Australia s new conservative government has re introduced a policy of turning back asylum seeker boats when it is safe to do so
The Australian government received information Wednesday that its authorities had inadvertently entered Indonesian waters several times
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation says a vessel carrying about 47 people mostly from Sudan and Somalia was forced back to Indonesian waters in mid December and later ran out of fuel
Australia to take asylum seekers to Christmas Island
Under Operation Sovereign Borders a sharp reduction in Australian bound asylum seeking boat interceptions looks to have occurred