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Chinese ownership of Australian farmland rises, American ownership falls

The area of farmland under partial or full Chinese ownership has dramatically increased over the past year as the level of American and British interests has fallen.

Horse racing: China ‘a sleeping giant’ in Australia’s multi-million-dollar thoroughbred industry

China's growing interest in Australia's thoroughbred horse racing sector bodes well for the local industry, a breeding expert says. About half of all thoroughbred horses...

Millions missing in Chinese visa fraud racket

In front of an audience that included Nauru's President Baron Waqa, violinist Harmonnia Junus performed a selection of classical music and popular Taiwanese folk songs with an orchestra.

China port bans Australian coal imports

Australia is scrambling to verify reports a major Chinese port has banned imports of its coal, amid fears it could be a retaliation by the Asian giant over the federal government's stance on telecoms group Huawei.

‘Tear it down’: PM lays into TikTok after ‘harmful’ video goes viral

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he has a “serious concern” over the safety of children on social media after a “disgraceful” video went viral this week on TikTok.

Vaucluse property: The great sprawl of China as developer seeks to combine two luxury...

THE 29-year-old heir to a billion-dollar Chinese property empire wants to rip up one of Australia’s most exclusive ­estates to expand his historic Vaucluse mega...

Overseas property crackdown from China to be ‘widely felt’

A Chinese government crackdown on offshore property deals will be widely felt in countries including Australia, says Trade Minister Stephen Ciobo. Chinese companies have been the biggest source...

ASIO warned ANU of donor links to Chinese Communist party, Opposition ramps up inquiry...

The Australian National University rejected a multi-million-dollar donation from a billionaire property developer last year after its vice chancellor was warned by ASIO that...

The gloss is wearing off the China boom and we may suffer

Australia has been living off the Chinese genie that escaped from the bottle around 2000 and recreated itself as an economic super power. It triggered...

Coronavirus started in China, PM tells mining billionaire

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has told billionaire Andrew Forrest to stay away from foreign affairs and stop spreading misinformation about the origins of the coronavirus.

Australian wool substitution racket threatens China relations

A SOPHISTICATED wool substitution racket with the potential to damage relations with China — Australia’s biggest wool market — has been uncovered. The Weekly Times can...

‘We’ll vigorously defend’: Australia ready to fight China over wine dispute

The federal government is prepared to fight Beijing at the World Trade Organisation after the Chinese Ministry of Commerce launched an anti-dumping investigation into Australian wine.