An Australian facing deportation from Indonesia says the army and immigration officials are trying to save face.

Principals warn speeding parents to slow down

Principals are warning parents their "dangerous" driving is putting children's lives at risk after 2000 motorists were caught speeding in school zones in the first four days of school and hundreds fined for illegal parking.
Seething Melbourne Victory coach slammed the decision to award Sydney FC a "non-existent" penalty in Saturday night's 3-3 thriller as symptomatic of the refereeing crisis.
Multiple world record-holder and six-time Olympic gold medal winner Usain Bolt will retire after the 2017 World Championships in London.
A western Sydney student accused of masterminding a terror plot in Sydney was vowing revenge on countries that had helped him prosper in life.
Australia's phenomenal performance in their first match in the World Cup underlined why so many expect them to be returning to the MCG in six weeks' time to duel for the trophy.
The US Department of Agriculture says it is okay for two varieties of genetically engineered non-browning apples to be sold in the United States.
Melbourne’s auction market bounced back on Saturday.
While one of the two great derbies of cricket is flogged into the ground by rapacious administrators – the World Cup match between Australia and England is their 29th meeting, spread over all three formats, since June 2013 – the rarity value of the other great derby has been preserved.
There were no early tournament nerves and, if anything, New Zealand actually found another gear as they won the Cricket World Cup opener in a canter.
Simon Corbell has joined government leaders from across Australia in a last-minute push to urge the Indonesian government not to execute Bali Nine ringleaders Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran.
The InterDominion series controversially lost one of its stars when Christen Me was a race day scratching, but the other favourites Lennytheshark and Beautide made their marks on the track.
Melbourne United avoid lowest ever NBL score in 105-68 loss to Townsville Crocs in Townsville.
The great Canberra race to China has officially begun, with the ACT Brumbies locked in negotiations to take a Super Rugby pre-season match to the most populated country in the world.