Sydney Morning Herald: Kilometres of official secrets, collecting dust and costing taxpayers

Sydney Morning Herald: Kilometres of official secrets, collecting dust and costing taxpayers. “Australia’s intelligence community has conceded it is breaching laws governing how some of the nation’s most important historical documents are stored, revealing more than 10 kilometres of classified documents are gathering dust and may never be made public. Documents released to The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age under freedom of information laws show the Foreign Affairs Department, Defence, ASIO and other intelligence agencies all believe more money has to be sunk into preserving historical records and changes made to the nation’s archives laws.”

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