Australian security and counter-terrorism

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Chalmers says Dutton’s budget reply lacks economic credibility – as it happened
Treasurer accuses opposition leader of failing to explain how he would pay for suite of measures

Josh Taylor and Rafqa Touma (earlier)

17, May, 2024 @7:42 AM

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UN Palestine motion watered down to gain more support – as it happened
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Rafqa Touma and Jordyn Beazley (earlier)

10, May, 2024 @8:04 AM

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Greens senator applies for court case against One Nation leader to be re-opened – As it happened
All the day’s news as it unfolded

Nino Bucci now, Daisy Dumas and Emily Wind earlier

09, May, 2024 @7:46 AM

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Labor councillor stands by vote to ban same-sex parenting books in Sydney council libraries – as it happened
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Rafqa Touma and Emily Wind (earlier)

08, May, 2024 @7:48 AM

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Penny Wong and Palestinian PM discuss recognition of statehood – as it happened
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Rafqa Touma and Emily Wind (earlier)

07, May, 2024 @8:17 AM

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Threats to school of Perth student who was shot by police dismissed as ‘hacking’
Police have no concerns for safety, Rossmoyne senior high school principal says, after messages on an internal service threatening to ‘shoot up the school’ were investigated

Ben Doherty

07, May, 2024 @6:16 AM

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Perth teenager shot dead in Bunnings car park warned police he would ‘commit acts of violence’
Immediately before stabbing attack police received triple-zero call from person believed to be the 16-year-old

Ben Doherty

06, May, 2024 @6:04 AM

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Bonza urged to pay April wages; data breach exposes family violence, sexual assault data – as it happened
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Nino Bucci (now) and Emily Wind (earlier)

03, May, 2024 @7:52 AM

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Bonza fleet’s grounding extended – as it happened
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Nino Bucci and Emily Wind (earlier)

02, May, 2024 @7:50 AM

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Sydney teenager who allegedly wanted to stab non-Muslims denied bail
Magistrate finds boy, 15, one of five charged with terrorism offences after Wakeley church stabbing, to be ‘unacceptable risk’

Mostafa Rachwani

02, May, 2024 @2:50 AM

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Australia expelled two Indian intelligence operatives in 2020 as part of ‘nest of spies’, reports claim
Asio director general Mike Burgess had referred to expulsion of foreign operatives in 2021 speech but did not name country behind threat

Daniel Hurst, Josh Butler and Ben Doherty

01, May, 2024 @8:32 AM

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Australia’s big encryption-busting laws have done little more than give authorities the power to ask nicely
Nearly six years after law enforcement agencies gained the power to compel social media companies to hand over data, our world-leading legislation appears practically useless

Paul Karp

28, Apr, 2024 @3:00 PM

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