Even Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull could be paying more to “Netflix and Chill” with the new tax on digital products starting on 1 July 2017.
Despite a Liberal preference deal with One Nation, the Labor Party has managed to win more than the 10 seats needed to form government in Western Australia.
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.
Is Malcolm Turnbull celebrating his one year anniversary as Australian Prime Minister or is he merely counting down until the next spill or election?
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…
Malcolm Turnbull is the fourth Australian Prime Minister in four years. How much has changed with Turnbull’s regime?
Is Malcolm Turnbull a loser in the waiting or winner in the making? Roydon Ng shares his opinion about the Liberal Party leadership spill.
Roydon Ng has launched IAmAJournalist.com.au in response to the Australian Government’s new metadata retention laws that effect on press freedoms.