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Geelong Advertiser
Immigration Head Accused of Joking About ‘Torture’ in Hearing Over Manus Closure. Credit – Australian Parliament via StoryfulCentre on October 31. In a Senate Estimates hearing on Monday, October 23, Pezz
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 3 hours ago
Centre on October 31. In a Senate Estimates hearing on Monday, October 23, Pezzullo was grilled by Greens Senator Nick McKim, who was concerned that water and power would be cut off despite the intention of at least 606 men to stay at the... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Australia's refugees refuse to leave Papua New Guinea campand other services would be cut off at the end of October, Newton said. Pezzul
News 24 South Africa / Posted 14 hours ago
and other services would be cut off at the end of October, Newton said. Pezzullo rejected a suggestion by Senator Nick McKim, of the minor Greens party, that the men were too scared to leave Manus because refugees were assaulted in... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Refugees refuse to leave Manus centreformer military facility. "They don't have a human right to trespass on a nava
The Courier Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
former military facility. "They don't have a human right to trespass on a naval base," he told senators. Greens senator Nick McKim said the Australian government was risking a human rights disaster and loss of life by not making any security... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Surge in citizenship applications as Senate blocks proposed overhaula goldfish". "Is it a good use of your time, taxpayer's funds, to require some
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 21 hours ago
a goldfish". "Is it a good use of your time, taxpayer's funds, to require someone to own a goldfish?" he asked. Senator Nick McKim then asked whether the department had "goldfish radar" to enforce the policy. "We don't actually have an... Read more
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Weekly Times
Refugees refuse to leave Manus centreformer military facility. "They don't have a human right to trespass on a nava
Weekly Times / Posted yesterday
former military facility. "They don't have a human right to trespass on a naval base," he told senators. Greens senator Nick McKim said the Australian government was risking a human rights disaster and loss of life by not making any security... Read more
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Canberra Times
Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closureconfirmed water, food, power and sanitation will be cut off at "some point" nex
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
confirmed water, food, power and sanitation will be cut off at "some point" next Tuesday, prompting Greens senator Nick McKim to accuse the government of trying to "starve" refugees out of the centre. Immigration secretary Michael Pezzullo... Read more
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News.com.au
Refugees refuse to leave Manus centreformer military facility. "They don't have a human right to trespass on a nava
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
former military facility. "They don't have a human right to trespass on a naval base," he told senators. Greens senator Nick McKim said the Australian government was risking a human rights disaster and loss of life by not making any security... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
A senior Australian public servant made a joke about torture and refugeesImmigration and Border Protection, was replying in a Senate estimates committee
Business Insider Australia / Posted yesterday
Immigration and Border Protection, was replying in a Senate estimates committee hearing to questioning from Greens Senator Nick McKim. Pezzullo was being asked about the closure of the Manus Island detention centre in Papua New Guinea on October... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Refugees refuse to leave Manus centreformer military facility. "They don't have a human right to trespass on a nava
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
former military facility. "They don't have a human right to trespass on a naval base," he told senators. Greens senator Nick McKim said the Australian government was risking a human rights disaster and loss of life by not making any security... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closureconfirmed water, food, power and sanitation will be cut off at "some point" nex
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
confirmed water, food, power and sanitation will be cut off at "some point" next Tuesday, prompting Greens senator Nick McKim to accuse the government of trying to "starve" refugees out of the centre. A defiant Mike Pezzullo???, secretary... Read more
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Western Advocate
Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closureconfirmed water, food, power and sanitation will be cut off at "some point" nex
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
confirmed water, food, power and sanitation will be cut off at "some point" next Tuesday, prompting Greens senator Nick McKim to accuse the government of trying to "starve" refugees out of the centre. A defiant Mike Pezzullo???, secretary... Read more
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Manning River Times
Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closureconfirmed water, food, power and sanitation will be cut off at "some point" nex
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
confirmed water, food, power and sanitation will be cut off at "some point" next Tuesday, prompting Greens senator Nick McKim to accuse the government of trying to "starve" refugees out of the centre. A defiant Mike Pezzullo???, secretary... Read more
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The North West Star
Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closureconfirmed water, food, power and sanitation will be cut off at "some point" nex
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
confirmed water, food, power and sanitation will be cut off at "some point" next Tuesday, prompting Greens senator Nick McKim to accuse the government of trying to "starve" refugees out of the centre. A defiant Mike Pezzullo???, secretary... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closureconfirmed water, food, power and sanitation will be cut off at "some point" nex
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
confirmed water, food, power and sanitation will be cut off at "some point" next Tuesday, prompting Greens senator Nick McKim to accuse the government of trying to "starve" refugees out of the centre. A defiant Mike Pezzullo???, secretary... Read more
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The Border Mail
Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closureconfirmed water, food, power and sanitation will be cut off at "some point" nex
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
confirmed water, food, power and sanitation will be cut off at "some point" next Tuesday, prompting Greens senator Nick McKim to accuse the government of trying to "starve" refugees out of the centre. A defiant Mike Pezzullo???, secretary... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closureconfirmed water, food, power and sanitation will be cut off at "some point" nex
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
confirmed water, food, power and sanitation will be cut off at "some point" next Tuesday, prompting Greens senator Nick McKim to accuse the government of trying to "starve" refugees out of the centre. A defiant Mike Pezzullo???, secretary... Read more
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The Courier
Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closureconfirmed water, food, power and sanitation will be cut off at "some point" nex
The Courier / Posted yesterday
confirmed water, food, power and sanitation will be cut off at "some point" next Tuesday, prompting Greens senator Nick McKim to accuse the government of trying to "starve" refugees out of the centre. A defiant Mike Pezzullo???, secretary... Read more
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Perth Now
Refugees refuse to leave Manus centreformer military facility. "They don't have a human right to trespass on a nava
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
former military facility. "They don't have a human right to trespass on a naval base," he told senators. Greens senator Nick McKim said the Australian government was risking a human rights disaster and loss of life by not making any security... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closureconfirmed water, food, power and sanitation will be cut off at "some point" nex
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
confirmed water, food, power and sanitation will be cut off at "some point" next Tuesday, prompting Greens senator Nick McKim to accuse the government of trying to "starve" refugees out of the centre. Immigration secretary Michael Pezzullo... Read more
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The Age
Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closureconfirmed water, food, power and sanitation will be cut off at "some point" nex
The Age / Posted yesterday
confirmed water, food, power and sanitation will be cut off at "some point" next Tuesday, prompting Greens senator Nick McKim to accuse the government of trying to "starve" refugees out of the centre. Immigration secretary Michael Pezzullo... Read more
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Junkee
This Government Official Joked About Torture While Discussing Australia's Asylum Seeker Policyearlier today. “I reject any assertion that this department’s been torturing a
Junkee / Posted yesterday
earlier today. “I reject any assertion that this department’s been torturing anyone,” he said, after Greens Senator Nick McKim described conditions on Manus Island as torture. “The only torture I’m aware of is sometimes when we have to... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Refugees refuse to leave before Manus closureformer military facility. 'They don't have a human right to trespass on a nava
Sky News Australia / Posted yesterday
former military facility. 'They don't have a human right to trespass on a naval base,' he told senators. Greens senator Nick McKim said the Australian government was risking a human rights disaster and loss of life by not making any security... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Asylum seekers in Australia must seek government permission to buy a petMedia. The directive will affect thousands of asylum seekers who are waiting f
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Media. The directive will affect thousands of asylum seekers who are waiting for their refugee status to be determined. Nick McKim, a Greens MP, said the directive was patronising, degrading and revealed Mr Dutton’s “authoritarian ten... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Paw-lease? Asylum seekers now have to ask Immigration before they can get a dog or cattheir private lease agreements," she said. The decision has been described as
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
their private lease agreements," she said. The decision has been described as patronising and degrading by Greens senator Nick McKim, who said it revealed Immigration Minister Peter Dutton's "authoritarian tendencies". "The Liberals are... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Australia’s Citizenship Bill Failsproceedings had concluded. No vote had taken place.The champagne corks were dul
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 4 days ago
proceedings had concluded. No vote had taken place.The champagne corks were duly popped. Tasmanian Greens Senator Nick McKim called it “a huge victory for multicultural Australia”, whatever that problematic concept entails. Labor’s Shadow... Read more
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Sky News Australia
UN slams Australia's treatment of refugeesdisabled women and girls, and the balance between anti-terrorism laws and perso
Sky News Australia / Posted 4 days ago
disabled women and girls, and the balance between anti-terrorism laws and personal liberty. On Thursday, Greens senator Nick McKim said Australia's election to the council is far from an endorsement of its human rights record, noting some... Read more
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Weekly Times
We deserve human rights scrutiny: Greensintellectually disabled women and girls, and the balance between anti-terrorism
Weekly Times / Posted 5 days ago
intellectually disabled women and girls, and the balance between anti-terrorism laws and personal liberty. Greens senator Nick McKim says Australia's election to the UN council is far from an endorsement of its human rights record, noting some... Read more
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Perth Now
We deserve human rights scrutiny: Greensintellectually disabled women and girls, and the balance between anti-terrorism
Perth Now / Posted 5 days ago
intellectually disabled women and girls, and the balance between anti-terrorism laws and personal liberty. Greens senator Nick McKim says Australia's election to the UN council is far from an endorsement of its human rights record, noting some... Read more
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The Courier Mail
We deserve human rights scrutiny: Greensintellectually disabled women and girls, and the balance between anti-terrorism
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 days ago
intellectually disabled women and girls, and the balance between anti-terrorism laws and personal liberty. Greens senator Nick McKim says Australia's election to the UN council is far from an endorsement of its human rights record, noting some... Read more
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News.com.au
We deserve human rights scrutiny: Greensintellectually disabled women and girls, and the balance between anti-terrorism
News.com.au / Posted 5 days ago
intellectually disabled women and girls, and the balance between anti-terrorism laws and personal liberty. Greens senator Nick McKim says Australia's election to the UN council is far from an endorsement of its human rights record, noting some... Read more
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NZCity
Australian citizenship changes blocked in enormous relief for immigrant familyoppose the legislation said the proposed overhaul stirred deep anxiety and ange
NZCity / Posted 5 days ago
oppose the legislation said the proposed overhaul stirred deep anxiety and anger in immigrant communities. Greens senator Nick McKim said the new laws were "divisive and hateful" and demanded the Coalition abandon them completely. "Peter Dutton... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Immigrant family rejoices as Dutton's citizenship changes failoppose the legislation said the proposed overhaul stirred deep anxiety and ange
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
oppose the legislation said the proposed overhaul stirred deep anxiety and anger in immigrant communities. Greens senator Nick McKim said the new laws were "divisive and hateful" and demanded the Coalition abandon them completely. "Peter Dutton... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Senate leaves new citizenship laws in limbogave the government until Wednesday to allow debate on its legislation before i
Sky News Australia / Posted 5 days ago
gave the government until Wednesday to allow debate on its legislation before it was struck out by default. Greens senator Nick McKim said it was a major win for people whose lives were put on hold when the government announced the changes in... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Senate sinks citizenship lawsgave the government until Wednesday to allow debate on its legislation before i
Sky News Australia / Posted 6 days ago
gave the government until Wednesday to allow debate on its legislation before it was struck out by default. Greens senator Nick McKim said it was a major win for people whose lives were put on hold when the government announced the changes in... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Changes to citizenship laws sunk in Senategave the government until Wednesday to allow debate on its legislation before i
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 6 days ago
gave the government until Wednesday to allow debate on its legislation before it was struck out by default. Greens senator Nick McKim said it was a major win for people whose lives were put on hold when the government announced the changes in... Read more
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The Courier
Protesting laws in activists' sights after Bob Brown wins landmark High Court casetune" from a 2015 decision to uphold state laws preventing property developers
The Courier / Posted 6 days ago
tune" from a 2015 decision to uphold state laws preventing property developers making political donations. Greens senator Nick McKim, a former leader of the Tasmanian Greens, described the verdict as a "huge win for democracy" and a slap in the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Protesting laws in activists' sights after Bob Brown wins landmark High Court casetune" from a 2015 decision to uphold state laws preventing property developers
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
tune" from a 2015 decision to uphold state laws preventing property developers making political donations. Greens senator Nick McKim, a former leader of the Tasmanian Greens, described the verdict as a "huge win for democracy" and a slap in the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Protesting laws in activists' sights after Bob Brown wins landmark High Court casetune" from a 2015 decision to uphold state laws preventing property developers
Daily Liberal / Posted 6 days ago
tune" from a 2015 decision to uphold state laws preventing property developers making political donations. Greens senator Nick McKim, a former leader of the Tasmanian Greens, described the verdict as a "huge win for democracy" and a slap in the... Read more
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Manning River Times
Protesting laws in activists' sights after Bob Brown wins landmark High Court casetune" from a 2015 decision to uphold state laws preventing property developers
Manning River Times / Posted 6 days ago
tune" from a 2015 decision to uphold state laws preventing property developers making political donations. Greens senator Nick McKim, a former leader of the Tasmanian Greens, described the verdict as a "huge win for democracy" and a slap in the... Read more
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Manning River Times
Bob Brown wins landmark High Court case in major blow to anti-protesting lawsin Tasmania & around Australia", as well as a victory for the "fundamental righ
Manning River Times / Posted 6 days ago
in Tasmania & around Australia", as well as a victory for the "fundamental right to peaceful protest". Greens senator Nick McKim, a former leader of the Greens in Tasmania, said it was "a huge win for democracy" and "a slap in the face for... Read more
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The North West Star
Bob Brown wins landmark High Court case in major blow to anti-protesting lawsin Tasmania & around Australia", as well as a victory for the "fundamental righ
The North West Star / Posted 6 days ago
in Tasmania & around Australia", as well as a victory for the "fundamental right to peaceful protest". Greens senator Nick McKim, a former leader of the Greens in Tasmania, said it was "a huge win for democracy" and "a slap in the face for... Read more
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Perth Now
'Soft serve' savings in new energy policythis will cause deep lasting effects on this country," Senator Xenophon told re
Perth Now / Posted 6 days ago
this will cause deep lasting effects on this country," Senator Xenophon told reporters outside parliament. Greens senator Nick McKim accused the coalition of writing a policy to please the coal industry. "How does Malcolm Turnbull and his... Read more
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The Courier Mail
'Soft serve' savings in new energy policythis will cause deep lasting effects on this country," Senator Xenophon told re
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 days ago
this will cause deep lasting effects on this country," Senator Xenophon told reporters outside parliament. Greens senator Nick McKim accused the coalition of writing a policy to please the coal industry. "How does Malcolm Turnbull and his... Read more
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The Age
Bob Brown wins landmark High Court case in major blow to anti-protesting laws in Tasmania & around Australia", as well as a victory for the "fundamental righ
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
in Tasmania & around Australia", as well as a victory for the "fundamental right to peaceful protest". Greens senator Nick McKim, a former leader of the Greens in Tasmania, said it was "a huge win for democracy" and "a slap in the face for... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Bob Brown wins landmark High Court case in major blow to anti-protesting laws in Tasmania & around Australia", as well as a victory for the "fundamental righ
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
in Tasmania & around Australia", as well as a victory for the "fundamental right to peaceful protest". Greens senator Nick McKim, a former leader of the Greens in Tasmania, said it was "a huge win for democracy" and "a slap in the face for... Read more
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News.com.au
‘Soft serve’ savings in new energy policythis will cause deep lasting effects on this country," Senator Xenophon told re
News.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
this will cause deep lasting effects on this country," Senator Xenophon told reporters outside parliament. Greens senator Nick McKim accused the coalition of writing a policy to please the coal industry. "How does Malcolm Turnbull and his... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
‘Soft serve’ savings in new energy policythis will cause deep lasting effects on this country," Senator Xenophon told re
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 6 days ago
this will cause deep lasting effects on this country," Senator Xenophon told reporters outside parliament. Greens senator Nick McKim accused the coalition of writing a policy to please the coal industry. "How does Malcolm Turnbull and his... Read more
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Perth Now
Citizenship bill runs into Senate deadlinethrown up the white flag on his white Australia policy and this is a great day
Perth Now / Posted 6 days ago
thrown up the white flag on his white Australia policy and this is a great day for multicultural Australia," Greens senator Nick McKim told reporters in Canberra. The proposed changes appear likely to fail, with Labor and the Greens opposed and the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Citizenship bill runs into Senate deadlineor have it struck out by default. "It's looking awfully like Peter Dutton has
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 days ago
or have it struck out by default. "It's looking awfully like Peter Dutton has thrown up the white flag on his white Australia policy and this is a great day for multicultural Australia," Greens senator Nick McKim told reporters... Read more
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Weekly Times
Citizenship bill runs into Senate deadlineor have it struck out by default. "It's looking awfully like Peter Dutton has
Weekly Times / Posted 6 days ago
or have it struck out by default. "It's looking awfully like Peter Dutton has thrown up the white flag on his white Australia policy and this is a great day for multicultural Australia," Greens senator Nick McKim told reporters... Read more
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