But they will be soon, with as Joko Widodo says he can not discriminate between people from different countries.
Nassim Khadem Australian regulators need to consider introducing caps on borrowing to stop house price growth and further risk to the financial system, says the head of the Abbott government's financial systems inquiry David Murray.
Sophia Phan More than a decade on Fairfax photographer Steven Siewert vividly remembers the moment he shot singer Robbie Williams in Bangkok in 2001.
Peter Martin, James Massola Australia would have needed to lift its tax take by almost 50 per cent to meet Labor's long-term spending promises, Thursday's Intergenerational Report will show.
Dan Harrison, Michael Gordon The Abbott government has proclaimed "a new relationship of engagement" with Indigenous Australia.
Judith Ireland Federal and state governments will spend $30 million on a national awareness campaign to stop domestic violence as Prime Minister Tony Abbott told Parliament he will meet with Labor to discuss a bipartisan approach to the issue.
An Australian woman has died after becoming caught in an avalanche in Austria.
Nicky Phillips Australia's research community has implored Tony Abbott to deliver the $150 million he promised to a group of world-class research facilities in the last federal budget, warning many facilities are preparing to close, a situation that will have "immense" consequences for the country's research effort.
Alexandra Smith Private colleges could next year profit as much as $200 million from NSW taxpayers under plans from Labor and the Coalition to force TAFE to compete for public funding, an analysis shows.
Noel Towell Defence public servants are incensed at being left behind by the government's ADF backdown