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Dutton wants IS terrorist Prakash to serve lengthy jail time in Turkey

Dutton wants IS terrorist Prakash to serve lengthy jail time in Turkey

Peter Dutton said he had taken the step because Prakash has betrayed his allegiance to Australia.

  • by Fergus Hunter

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My way or the Huawei: Chinese firm deserves inclusion in 5G network
Opinion
Opinion

My way or the Huawei: Chinese firm deserves inclusion in 5G network

Forget the media hysteria. Huawei is more likely to be the target of intelligence collection than the beneficiary of it.

  • by Clive Williams
What's the story behind this shadowy government agency?
National security

What's the story behind this shadowy government agency?

The best spy books are the ones where it's all true.

  • by Sally Whyte
A broken drone, no video, suspects released: Gatwick episode doesn’t add up
Aviation

A broken drone, no video, suspects released: Gatwick episode doesn’t add up

Sussex police, somewhat defensively, released another statement reiterating that the sightings remained at the forefront of their investigation — and listing nearly all of them.

  • by Ceylan Yeginsu
Bill Shorten has opened a chink in his armour on border security
Analysis
Analysis

Bill Shorten has opened a chink in his armour on border security

So-called khaki elections are unusual in Australian politics.

  • by David Wroe
The silver lining to China's hacking outrage: better cyber defences
Opinion
Opinion

The silver lining to China's hacking outrage: better cyber defences

Within hours of governments around the world attributing a hacking campaign to China’s APT10, hundreds of Australian businesses sort help from federal authorities.

  • by Alastair MacGibbon
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Wilkie backs proposal for ASIO to security check ministers
Andrew Wilkie

Wilkie backs proposal for ASIO to security check ministers

Key independent MP Andrew Wilkie sees merit in the push for security screening to root out betrayal and blackmail. Labor, however, remains sceptical.

  • by Richard Baker
How the Huawei princess at the heart of the US-China trade war affects Australia
Huawei

How the Huawei princess at the heart of the US-China trade war affects Australia

A Chinese tech heiress is arrested in Canada, at the request of the United States, accused of breaching sanctions against Iran.

  • by Jennifer Duke & David Wroe
Maria Butina pleads guilty to conspiring as Kremlin agent targeting GOP, NRA
Courts

Maria Butina pleads guilty to conspiring as Kremlin agent targeting GOP, NRA

Her admission add to the pace of developments in investigations around the 2016 election, with several people close to Trump now cooperating with prosecutors.

  • by Polly Mosendz
Defence contractor Thales denies contempt claims
Public service

Defence contractor Thales denies contempt claims

A military business that tried to censor a government report argues it did not breach parliamentary privilege.

  • by Sally Whyte & Markus Mannheim
Submarine program on track, Pyne says, as retired admirals call for a 'plan B'
National security

Submarine program on track, Pyne says, as retired admirals call for a 'plan B'

Defence Minister Christopher Pyne says the government has ironed out its major disagreements with French submarine builder Naval Group and will finally sign an overarching contract early next year to build the new fleet.

  • by David Wroe