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Australian National University ‘hit by Chinese hackers’

Australia’s top-ranked university says it has spent several months fighting off a threat to its computer systems, which some media reports say have been...

Using local talent the key to MMG’s success in China: Michelmore

As the US under Donald Trump is pulling back from international economic leadership, China’s business culture is advancing to fill the gap, according to...

Victorian man charged as brutal attack on kangaroo goes viral on Chinese social media

A 43-year-old man has been charged with destroying protected wildlife after the brutal killing of a kangaroo went viral on social media.

Chinese buyer pays $7 million cash for Calamvale mansion after first open home

A Chinese buyer has paid a staggering $7 million cash for a house at Calamvale which was  on the market only one week. Selling agent...

Gina Rinehart signs cooperation agreement to export as many as 300,000 live cattle a...

Australian billionaire Gina Rinehart has signed an agreement which could see the live export of as many as 300,000 cattle a year to China. Mrs...

Australia joins United States and Japan in naval exercise as concerns grow over China

Five Australian warships are conducting military exercises in the Philippine Sea alongside the American and Japanese navies, amid simmering regional security tensions with China.

The weird and wonderful things you notice when you travel to China

THE MOMENT the immigration officer opened my passport, I knew China would be a unique experience. She stared at me suspiciously for a minute or...

China to limit imports of dirty coal

Imagine you live in a village where one very large and powerful family both farms and eats half of the grain, and has massive...

Australia resolves China contradictions at last

The Morrison government is making it clear that because Beijing is the enemy, national security will now take priority over trade.

Rio Tinto watching for revival in China iron ore mining

Rio Tinto chief executive Jean Sebastien Jacques said he has no real concerns about China's iron ore demand in 2017, and the indications for 2018 are positive.

Brumby warns negative attitude may deter Chinese investment

A negative attitude towards foreign investment could “compromise” Australia’s ability to attract billions of dollars in new capital from China, the chairman of the...

Grape expectations: The Chinese investors buying into Barossa Valley wineries

Chinese nationals are buying Australian vineyards and wineries at unprecedented levels, with up to 10 per cent of South Australia's iconic Barossa Valley now...