Tom Allard East Timor has called on the International Court of Justice to deliver a "clear, firm and severe" condemnation of Australia for using ASIO agents to raid the office of its Canberra-based lawyer.
Tom Allard Australia tells the Hague that East Timor's 'inflammatory' submissions to the court have 'impugned the integrity of the attorney-general of Australia'.
Tom Allard, National Affairs Editor Attorney-General George Brandis has given an extraordinary undertaking not to read highly sensitive documents seized by ASIO agents in a raid on East Timor's lawyer last year.
Markus Mannheim, Michael Inman Australian spies illegally coerced a man into speaking with them and failed to inform him of his rights, a tribunal says.
Natalie O'Brien Australia's intelligence agencies have been monitoring phone calls, freezing bank accounts and making covert home visits to warn people donating money to Syrian war victims that they suspect the...
Tom Allard ASIO officers have allegedly detained a man and raided the office of a lawyer who claims that Australian spies bugged the cabinet room of East Timor's government during negotiations over oil and gas...
Natalie O'brien Australia's domestic spy agency has cancelled the passports of 20 men from western Sydney.
Natalie O'Brien Australia's domestic spy agency ASIO has suddenly cancelled the passports of 20 men from across western Sydney, accusing them of being prepared to ''engage in politically motivated violence'' if they...
David Stratton oblivious he's been cast as a spy: ASIO's vault shows its odd choice of surveillance targets
Rick Feneley A young and suave David Stratton visits the Soviet embassy in Canberra. Little does he know, but the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation is watching and records the occasion with this...
Rick Feneley A young David Stratton visits the Soviet embassy in Canberra, blissfully unaware that Australia's spy service is watching and snapping a photo.
Rick Feneley The plot to murder a federal minister at a Sydney television studio is one of the nation's great untold stories. It went like this.
Australia's top spy agency ASIO still cannot be certain when it will move into its imposing new headquarters.
Daniel Flitton Secret review upheld ASIO decision to brand a Tamil refugee a threat despite lost evidence.
Philip Dorling Statistics released by Australia Post show agency concentrating efforts on very small number of targets.
David Wroe Australia's top spy flags shift in focus for national security agency, with more resources for high-tech espionage after a decade of concentrating on terrorism.
Daniel Flitton ASIO has branded Tamil refugee Ranjini a direct threat to Australian security, the High Court hears.
Daniel Flitton ASIO has made startling allegations - such as plots to kill, training soldiers or terrorists, forging documents and people smuggling - to justify the indefinite incarceration of dozens of refugees as...
Daniel Flitton Former federal court judge Margaret Stone is reviewing the cases of 55 refugees branded threats by ASIO, and is expected to finish "within weeks".
Daniel Flitton David Irvine will be the star attraction at a $375 a head private class on cyber security.
Noel Towell ASIO's new lakeside office building in Canberra will have cost taxpayers more than $700 million by the time it is operational in September.