Weekly media wrap - 11 July 2016

ABC’s 7.30 reported that a Wilson Security guard was paid over $15,000 not to discuss the alleged rape of a local Manus Island worker by three security guards in July 2015. Papua New Guinea police claimed that the removal of the guards from the country and the detention centre’s lack of cooperation with the police hampered their attempted investigation of the assault.

Two Afghan refugees launched Federal Court action against immigration minister Peter Dutton over delays in the processing of their citizenship applications. The men passed the citizenship test in 2014 and 2015 respectively and have not yet progressed to receiving a citizenship ceremony, despite the fact that the immigration department service standard for processing citizenship applications is 80 days.