A new wing inside Goulburn's Supermax prison will give some prisoners slightly more chance to socialise, in the hope they may be rehabilitated.
Six Melbourne men plead guilty to planning to sail from far north Queensland to the Philippines to encourage Muslim militants to stage a government overthrow.
Neil Prakash's lawyer Resat Davran says his client was not upset with the loss of his citizenship because he did not want to be extradited to Australia to face terrorism charges.
The Department has admitted it did not seek any advice from experts in Fijian citizenship law before cancelling the citizenship of terrorist Neil Prakash.
New figures show pilots at Australian airports have spotted hundreds of drones in restricted airspace in the past two-and-a-half years, but experts say Australian law complicates the use of technology that could defeat a rogue drone attack.
The spiritual leader of the terrorist group responsible for the 2002 Bali bombings will walk free from prison within days after serving nine years for his role in setting up a paramilitary training camp in Indonesia.
The death toll from an extremist attack on a luxury hotel and shopping complex in Nairobi has climbed to 21, police say, as it is revealed one of the victims of the assault was an American who narrowly escaped the 9/11 attacks.
An Australian caught up in a terror attack in Nairobi says he ran through the hotel and office complex where extremists were unleashing explosions and gunfire, knowing there was a risk he could be killed.
Fiji officials reject claims Australian-born terrorist Neil Prakash is a citizen of their country, leading the Federal Opposition to label Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton as an embarrassment to the country.