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Nearly six years into the revival of its offshore detention policy, Australia’s government is facing a story of corporate and administrative intrigue that highlights the utter unsustainability of our current approach to people seeking our protection. The details of Australia’s contract with a little-known security provider called Paladin, as first reported in the Australian Financial Review, were colourful: Paladin was registered to a beach shack on Kangaroo Island and had a post box in Singapore. According to media reports , there were mysterious characters, including a company director denied a PNG visa and sanctioned by Australia’s home affairs department. The Australian government a... Full story

19 June