Lindsay Murdoch is a two-time winner of the Walkley Award, Australia's top award for journalistic excellence. Lindsay is a former correspondent based in Singapore, Jakarta and Darwin. In 1999 he covered the tumultuous events in East Timor, and in 2003 he covered the Iraq war while embedded with US Marines.
Lindsay Murdoch Bangkok: Independent senator Nick Xenophon has launched a legal challenge against Malaysia's refusal to allow him into the country before a closely fought general election on May 5.
Lindsay Murdoch, Natalie O'Brien The Australian senator ordered to be deported by Malaysia as a ''security risk'' previously acted as an emissary for Malaysia's opposition leader, Anwar Ibrahim, carrying a warning letter to the...
Lindsay Murdoch The last 50 Australian infantry soldiers in East Timor boarded an RAAF C-130 transport aircraft on Friday, ending a six-year intervention that has helped secure stability in the half-island nation.
Lindsay Murdoch BARACK Obama didn't have any tips for Julia Gillard about winning elections.
Michelle Grattan and Lindsay Murdoch The government is unrepentant about commissioning and releasing Treasury costings of three opposition policies that would put a $4.57 billion burden on business in their first full year of operation.
Lindsay Murdoch, Vientiane Australia is considering resumption of defence ties with Burma's military, Julia Gillard revealed on Monday.
Lindsay Murdoch Vientiane: Welcomed by goose-stepping soldiers in impoverished and landlocked Laos, Julia Gillard has begun six days of diplomatic meetings in two countries where she will promote her government's...
Lindsay Murdoch The Philippines wants Australia to be one of its top three defence allies in a move that would send a strong signal to China amid tensions over competing territorial claims in the South China Sea.
Lindsay Murdoch THE Philippines wants Australia to be one of its top three defence allies in a move that would send a strong signal to China amid tensions over competing territorial claims in the South China Sea.
Lindsay Murdoch ACTIONS by the Cambodian army, not the Australian government, have been blamed for causing the murder of Australian tourist David Wilson and two other foreigners in 1994, a coroner has found.
Lindsay Murdoch, Michael Bachelard INDONESIA is sending its front-line Sukhoi jet fighters to take part in Australia's largest air combat exercise later this month, signalling a new era of enhanced defence co-operation.
Lindsay Murdoch, Bangkok Indonesian boy wrongly convicted of people smuggling will be freed today.
Lindsay Murdoch Just 17 months ago, Aung San Suu Kyi was under house arrest, her party outlawed and anyone caught possessing her photograph would have been jailed.
Lindsay Murdoch THE Foreign Minister, Bob Carr, has pledged a further $1.61 million of taxpayers' money to a United Nations tribunal that is set to allow a Khmer Rouge commander who sent two Australians to their...