The ABC has mounted a legal challenge against a warrant the Australian Federal Police served on the broadcaster and is demanding the return of files seized during a raid earlier this month.
As a kid growing up in Hong Kong, I was captivated by stories of Chinese citizens braving shark-infested water to reach freedom there. I knew then the city must be special, writes Jane Hutcheon.
The award-winning filmmaker shares his thoughts on the rise of extremism in society and press freedom ahead of his upcoming Australian stage tour next year.
Last year, our Government gave itself sweeping powers to stop foreign countries wielding influence in Australia. How it is choosing to use that power is deeply concerning, writes Tom Iggulden.
Russian police abruptly drop drugs charges against journalist Ivan Golunov in the face of anger from supporters threatening a mass protest, who allege he was framed for reporting on corruption.
John Lyons spent nine hours in a room with six AFP officers — who were unfailingly polite and respectful — but who were doing something he believed attacked the very essence of journalism.
Business is becoming increasingly concerned that this week's Federal Police raids on the ABC and News Corp risk eroding confidence in Australia's reputation as a free and open democracy.
Labor MPs are urging their party to take a more "rigorous" and "strident" approach to national security laws following this week's police raids on the ABC and the home of a News Corp journalist.
The Sky News political editor will take over the morning political discussion program in 2020, the ABC confirms in the wake of reports surfacing last month David Speers would replace outgoing host Barrie Cassidy.