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.
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?
Here’s my pick of some key issues that should be at the top of Malcolm Turnbull’s 2016 bucket-list.
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.
Time is running out for Tony Abbott to make the transition from strong opposition leader to good Prime Minister.
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.
The first and possibly only leaders’ debate between Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott concluded with no new major policy announcements.
The Australian government announced that the update of government finances includes substantial revenue write-downs since the May budget.
It is only been a few days since the election campaign started and already issues of trust and the economy have been making major headlines.