Three refugee high school girls were confronted by around 15 teenage Nauruan boys around 11.00am, last Friday (5 December) at their class room at Nauruan College. The boys came to the refugees’ English class, threatening and abusing them before physically attacking the three girls. One young woman has been left with soreness and bruising to [...]
Information from the families of the pregnant women who refused to leave the bus in Darwin after being brought from Nauru to Australia has revealed a shocking story of trickery and abuse. Contrary to earlier information, the two pregnant women were dragged off the bus between 5.30 and 6pm on Monday afternoon. Adnan, whose wife [...]
An Iranian woman brought from Nauru to Brisbane in April to give birth to a premature baby is only seeing her new born son for around one and a half hours a day. Fatema went into premature labour on Nauru and was brought to the Brisbane Royal Children’s Hospital, where she gave birth to a [...]
An outbreak of dengue fever has hit Nauru, raising concerns for the short-term and long-term heath and welfare of asylum seekers being held on the island. At least three people (staff and detainees) have been confirmed suffering dengue fever. Another 12 cases are presently confirmed in the Nauruan population by a spokesperson for the Nauru [...]
Last minute legal action is underway in an effort to prevent the government from removing a pregnant Iranian woman to Nauru. She has been told she will be returned there as soon as Sunday.
A protest organised to support Latifar and her new baby Ferouz under threat of being returned to detention in Nauru will be held outside the Brisbane Federal Court, 119 North Quay, Friday 29 November, from 2.30pm
Refugee supporters will hold a protest outside the Brisbane Federal Circuit Court, 119 North Quay, Tuesday 26 November from 9.00am.
Brisbane lawyers, from leading legal firm, Maurice Blackburn, have won a commitment from the Immigration Department that baby Farus and his family will not removed to Nauru until further orders from the Federal Circuit Court. See press release details below. Lawyers acting for baby Farus, yesterday (Thursday 21 November) requested that Immigration Minister, Scott Morrison [...]
The Refugee Action Coalition has called a protest tomorrow (Friday 22nd) outside Scott Morrison’s media briefing, at Commonwealth Government offices, 12.30pm, 1 Bligh Street, City, calling for the Immigration Minister to guarantee that the Rohingyan family with baby Farus, born on 6 November, will not be returned to Nauru.
Eight-day old Farus, born to a Rohingya asylum seeker in Brisbane, was taken from the hospital to the Brisbane detention centre late yesterday afternoon (Thursday 14 November) to be united with his parents and two siblings.