Roydon Ng takes a look back at Australian Politics in 2016 with the winners and losers as well as looking ahead to the year ahead.
Australia’s changing media landscape from print to digital has left many wondering of its effects on journalism, politics and future of the industry.
Is Malcolm Turnbull celebrating his one year anniversary as Australian Prime Minister or is he merely counting down until the next spill or election?
The Problem with Australian Multiculturalism w/ Roydon Ng UNSW Tharunka September 2016 / Ethnocultural Edition Page 12
Mark Drama isn’t a traditional stage drama. This is a re-enactment of how God came into the world to save sinners.
Australians should take advantage of the national Census on Tuesday 9th August to bust the myth of high levels of Christianity in the country.
With the timing and question of the plebiscite yet to be announced, here are 10 not so commonly discussed questions in the same-sex marriage debate.
Australia needs to tackle Pauline Hanson's racist ideas by moving beyond current levels of ethnic tolerance to a more active form of multiculturalism.
Liberal candidate Michael Feneley topped the first preference count in Kingsford Smith at the last election.
The United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union has spawned many reactions on the internet with cartoonists shocked at the Brexit result.
Scott Morrison faces Labor's David Atkins, a young would-be usurper in the safe Liberal seat of Cook at the 2016 election.
Could the conservative Treasurer Scott Morrison and current member for Cook in Sydney's Shire district become Australia's next Prime Minister?
Federal Member for Kingsford Smith and Labor politician, Matt Thistlewaite visited his alumni university on 13th April to discuss the current state of Australian politics.
VLOG: Sydney Easter Parade & Family Day 2016 - Hyde Park, Sydney. Easter Monday 28 March 2016. #unstoppablefaith. #JesusIsRisen
Australian politics delivered its share of "what the..." moments in 2015. Let's take a look back at some of the highlights...
Treasurer Scott Morrison has promised to return the federal budget to surplus ‘as soon as possible’, acknowledging that it will take over 5 years.
Malcolm Turnbull is the fourth Australian Prime Minister in four years. How much has changed with Turnbull's regime?