Defence expects to extend the lives of at least five of the six Collins Class submarines to keep an adequate fleet operating.
- by David Wroe
Australia should understand the values of the rising new superpower are very different from the old.
- by Chris Uhlmann
Barack Obama’s former cyber adviser says political parties worldwide have fallen short on data security.
- by David Wroe and David Crowe
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has revealed that major political parties were hacked alongside the parliamentary computer network several weeks ago by a "sophisticated state actor".
- by David Wroe and Chris Uhlmann
The cause of this costly mess is senior bureaucrats' risk-aversion and laziness.
- by The Canberra Times
Officials are being used and abused by a panicking government. Some could complain, but don’t.
- by Jack Waterford
The department had sought to exert greater control over research partnerships because of national security concerns.
- by Fergus Hunter
Labor is squaring up for a pre-election fight on national security, firmly signalling it will oppose a law allowing the government to more easily strip Australian terrorists of their citizenship.
- by David Wroe
"I'm going to stand on the right ground. You want to join me on the right ground, you're welcome. But I'm not going to find a middle ground."
- by Michael Koziol
“Our government is fully engaged in working together to combat violence against women."
- by David Crowe
Federal agencies overseeing public spending and Australia's spy agencies fear losing their independence with the creation of a crossbench-proposed national integrity commission.
- by Doug Dingwall