It’s been a big and interesting year especially with politics and protests for Hong Kong, let’s take a look back at the top 10 news stories of 2015.
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?
Roydon Ng takes a stroll along the Bondi Beach – Tamarama coastline in Sydney photographing the 2015 Sculpture by the Sea exhibition.
A look back at Occupy Central and the Umbrella Movement as Hong Kong prepares to mark its 1st anniversary of the civil disobedience campaign
Is Malcolm Turnbull a loser in the waiting or winner in the making? Roydon Ng shares his opinion about the Liberal Party leadership spill.
Time is running out for Tony Abbott to make the transition from strong opposition leader to good Prime Minister.
RICE Rally 2015’s theme of For What You’re Worth featured a keynote sermon by Pastor Steve Chong at the Australian Technology Park, Sydney on 15th August.
Roydon Ng has launched IAmAJournalist.com.au in response to the Australian Government’s new metadata retention laws that effect on press freedoms.
Roydon Ng takes a look at Treasurer Joe Hockey’s 2015 Federal Budget including the winners and losers. The budget focuses on reducing the national deficit.
Sydney’s public transport users are now taking advantage of the new Opal Card to save on weekly travel costs as encouraged by transport minister Gladys Berejiklian.