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 Anti-government protesters vowed a “final battle” to oust Thailand’s government on Monday as prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra declared she is ready to resign immediately if all...
Lindsay Murdoch King Bhumibol Adulyadej never needed to say a word to stop police and anti-government protesters clashing violently on Bangkok's streets.
Lindsay Murdoch Thailand’s media has been increasingly using small, unmanned drones that are giving them spectacular video and photographic panoramas of running battles on the streets of Bangkok.
Lindsay Murdoch In a significant victory, anti-government protesters seized the prime minister's office and city police headquarters on Tuesday, easing tensions after two days of violent clashes in the Thai capital.
Lindsay Murdoch In Bangkok Anti-government protesters again fought security forces on Monday, a day after violent clashes erupted and protest leaders issued an ultimatum to the Prime Minister to resign.
Lindsay Murdoch Tourists keep flocking to Thailand's most popular destinations despite mass demonstrations and political upheaval.
Lindsay Murdoch Thai protesters may be clashing with police in Bangkok but one Australian tourist says it doesn't concern him.
Lindsay Murdoch Bangkok protests have seen their first fatality, as two rival street movements continue to mass in their opposing bids to topple or save the government of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.
Lindsay Murdoch Since her election in mid-2011, 46 year-old Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has led the South-east Asian nation of 62 million people in relative calm, but a bitter and acrimonious political battle...
Lindsay Murdoch Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has easily survived a parliamentary non-confidence vote as she faces the biggest challenge of her two and a half year-rule from anti-government protests.
Lindsay Murdoch Thailand’s political crisis is deepening as anti-government protesters occupy 24 provincial government centres and mass outside four key ministries in Bangkok.
Lindsay Murdoch Victory Island residents in the Philippines tell of giant waves washing away families during typhoon Haiyan on November 8 as helicopters bring their first outside relief, two weeks later.
Lindsay Murdoch Not since the decisive Battle of Leyte Gulf in October 1944 have United States warships massed in such strength off the islands of the central Philippines.
Lindsay Murdoch Within hours of opening a tent hospital amid the devastation of Typhoon Haiyan, Australian doctors had saved the lives of three people, one of them a five-year-old girl with a fractured skull.
Lindsay Murdoch, Brendan Esposito When Lindo Mansing heard on the radio that a large typhoon was headed towards his hilltop village overlooking the sea, he called a meeting.
Lindsay Murdoch The residents of Ormoc race pack the ferry terminals in a rush to escape the increasing shortages of food and water and the danger of contamination.
Lindsay Murdoch Thousands of panicked survivors are packing ferry terminals trying to leave Ormoc, the devastated second largest city on Leyte island, where people are facing increasing dangers a week after Typhoon...
Lindsay Murdoch There is nowhere to bury the dead. Estela Paragoso sits amid the ruins of St Peter's funeral home, refusing to leave the body of her husband.
Lindsay Murdoch South-east Asia Correspondent Cebu Authorities fear outbreaks of diseases in areas devastated by super typhoon Haiyan, with the United Nations calling for more urgency in rescue operations that have been hampered by armed looters...
Lindsay Murdoch Rescuers are unable to reach some of the hardest hit areas in the typhoon Haiyan ravaged Philippines due to inaccessibility and armed looters. South-East Asia correspondent Lindsay Murdoch reports.