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October 3, 2018
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Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone has defended leaving somechildren locked up in detention despite releasing a toddler and anewborn boy. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 26 May, 2005)
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Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone has defended leaving some children locked up in detention despite the surprise release of a three-year-old girl and a newborn boy. (The Australian — 26 May, 2005)
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Dissenting federal Liberal MPs have launched a direct challenge to Howard Government policy, demanding an end to mandatory detention. (The Australian — 25 May, 2005)
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Prime Minister John Howard says a baby boy born in a Perth hospital on Monday night will not be taken to an immigration detention centre Mr Howard also says the mandatory detention policy will sta (ABC News — 25 May, 2005)
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Prime Minister John Howard has expressed support for Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstones handling of several recent scandals and the Governments mandatory detention policy The Opposition has ca (ABC News — 24 May, 2005)
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PM John Howard is facing a backbench rebellion from moderateswithin the Liberal Party over the government’s policy of mandatorydetention for asylum seekers. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 25 May, 2005)
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Like any new mother, Hoai Thu Nguyen proudly keeps her newborn sonby her side in bed but she can’t stop crying at the thought that hecould grow up in detention. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 26 May, 2005)
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Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone today ordered her departmental officers to allow the asylum seeker parents of a baby boy born on Monday to take photos of him. (The Australian — 25 May, 2005)
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Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone has outlined sweeping changes to her department after admitting her officials may have mistaken more than 200 Australians for illegal migrants. (The Australian — 25 May, 2005)
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Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone today said she was pleased the immigration department had apologised for its past mistakes over immigration detention. (The Australian — 26 May, 2005)
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