Thomas O'Byrne and Megan Levy Federal police are reportedly conducting a major crackdown against alleged people smugglers with arrests expected to be made across Australia on Thursday morning.
David Wroe Federal police are obtaining phone and internet records without warrants nearly 1000 times a week.
Dan Oakes More than 100 Australians arrested for child pornography offences in the past six months.
Tim Lester Federal police confirm shooting ''beanbag'' rounds at Christmas Island detainees to quell protests.
Dylan Welch GUIDELINES supposed to prevent the federal police putting Australians at risk of overseas death penalties are actually window dressing that could allow a repeat of the Bali nine case.
Newgen Systems isn't exactly a household name. The Melbourne-based information technology company is a modest enterprise, virtually unknown outside the world of telecommunications and IT...
Rory Callinan Six years ago, NSW magistrate Dorelle Pinch recommended that the killings of Australian journalists Brian Peters, 29, Malcolm Rennie, 28, Gary Cunningham, 27, Gregory Shackleton, 29, and Anthony...
Nick McKenzie From the sky, the Friday freedom was just one of dozens of dots moving across a vast expanse of blue.
Rachel Olding Hamdi Alqudsi claims to live a quiet, modest life.
Richard Baker, Nick McKenzie Australian intelligence and security agencies are investigating a suspected industrial espionage case at the CSIRO, the nation's top scientific organisation.
Richard Baker, Nick McKenzie A CSIRO scientist's failure to show up for work led Australia's top scientific organisation to uncover a suspected spy in its ranks.
Miles Godfrey The federal opposition says it will consider new laws against ''revenge porn''.
A woman accused of abducting her infant daughter from South Carolina 20 years ago has been located in Australia and is facing extradition back to the United States to face charges, US authorities say.
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker, Joanna Heath Australia's corporate watchdog is investigating Leighton Holdings over alleged corporate offences linked to claims the firm paid multimillion dollar bribes to win contracts overseas.
Michael Bachelard Mark Kenny, Karuni Rompies An apology will not be enough to smooth the waters with Indonesia, the letter from the Indonesian president to Tony Abbott makes clear - only a full explanation of the extent of Australia's spying...
The mystery woman found aimlessly wandering Ireland's streets has arrived back in Australia.
Ben Doherty Alleged linchpin of Sri Lanka's biggest people-smuggling racket is a decorated naval officer who briefed Australia's border protection chief and its high commissioner to Sri Lanka on how to stop...
Megan Levy Sixty five Australians are among more than 300 people arrested following an investigation into a global child pornography ring allegedly operating out of Canada.
David Wroe, Michael Gordon The bulk of the dramatic fall in asylum-seeker boat arrivals happened under Labor's last-ditch Papua New Guinea deal announced before the election campaign, a Fairfax Media analysis shows.
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker Damning evidence has emerged in a court case linking construction firm Leighton Holdings to allegedly corrupt payments of "not less than $25 million in marketing fees" to a Monaco firm to help win...