While the political sideshow of an incompetent and rudderless government sucks up most coverage (as well as media sympathies on gay marriage as the greatest injustice the nation has ever seen, apparently), the truly important story of the government's actual punishment of those people detained in Nauru and Manus in order to stop others leaving Indonesia gets short shrift.
This should have been the lead story in the media this morning, and on 7.30 last night.
Still, they did a decent job, the ABC, and it's pretty disgraceful that there is not more attention paid to this issue. (It doesn't even appear on The Australian's front web page, as far as I can see. Fairfax and The Guardian feature it fairly prominently.)