Serious allegations of abuse, self-harm and neglect of asylum seekers in relation to the Nauru Regional Processing Centre, and any like allegations in relation to the Manus Regional Processing Centre - the Senate Committee's report.
Australia must end 'fiction' it does not control Nauru and Manus centres, Senate inquiry finds (GA, 21 April 2017)
Human rights groups demand closure of Manus and Nauru after scathing Senate report (GA, 22 April 2017)
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Australia's detention centres a crime against humanity, says submission before ICC (ABC, 14 February 2017)
Immigration Department spent more than $1 billion without proper authorisation, independent audit alleges (ABC, 17 January 2017) "The Department of Immigration and Border Protection has been accused of mismanaging offshore detention centre contracts, with an independent audit alleging more than $1 billion was spent over the last four years without proper authorisation." | Immigration spent unauthorised $2.2bn on offshore detention, says auditor (GA, 17 January 2017) "The auditor found the department failed to get 'value for money' in running offshore detention: contracts were signed 'in great haste to give effect to government policy decisions and the department did not have a detailed view of what it wanted to purchase'. In some cases, private contractors tendering for contracts were invited to suggest elements they would like written into contracts, and contracts were signed before agreement on a price. In addition the auditor raised safety concerns, finding massive gaps in the video recordings taken within the island detention camps."