Sydney siege: Tighter controls likely to result, says PM
Australia's security hotline received 18 calls about self-styled cleric Man Haron Monis just days before his deadly attack on a Sydney cafe, but none suggested an imminent attack, a report says.
Two hostages were killed along with Monis during the December siege.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott is due to make a national security address on Monday, and is expected to say he would consider changes to the legal and immigration systems in response to the siege.
Phil Mercer reports.
22 Feb 2015