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Chinese student Zhengxiang Wang to be deported after serving six months for machete attack

A JILTED lover who used a machete to attack a man he believed had slept with his girlfriend will be deported to China after...

China’s next five-year plan on the way and it is a big deal for...

When the world's second largest economy sits down to reshuffle its leadership and map out an economic plan for the next five years it is a big deal.

Dastyari in hot water over China links

A high-profile Chinese donor reportedly pulled out of a promised $400,000 pledge after Labor criticised China's activity in the South China Sea. In a speech...

Air New Zealand pushes Wellington in China with free domestic flight offer

Air New Zealand is to offer up to 1000 free domestic flights to the capital in a bid to lure Chinese tourists beyond Auckland. On Monday...

Greens divisions over China erupt

Divisions have emerged within the Greens over Chinese government influence in Australia, with Tasmanian leader Cassy O’Connor rejecting claims from within the party of...

Beijing reacts to Richardson’s China espionage claim

China is conducting extensive espionage against Australia, Australia's most senior defence department official said on Friday, in a rare public accusation against its largest...

Chinese tourist charged with manslaughter after woman dies in botched breast surgery

A Chinese tourist has been charged with manslaughter over the death of a Sydney beauty clinic owner following a botched breast procedure. Jean Huang, 35,...

Senior diplomat warns China is the “challenge of our age”

Australians should be worried about China’s perception of us, a senior diplomat warns. And there’s not much we can do about it.

Chinese investment in Australian real estate booms to record levels, reaching $24 billion in...

  Chines investors spent $24 billion on Australian real estate in the last year The figure, compiled by Chinese website Juwai.com, is up $6 billion...

China shock big risk to WA rock lobster prices

WA’s lucrative rock lobster industry has left itself dangerously exposed to the Chinese market, according to a report which warns that operators could be...

Beverages group Lion abandons $600 million China dairy sale

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has welcomed Lion's decision to abandon the sale of its $600 million dairy and drinks business to China Mengniu Dairy after it was told it was unlikely to win approval from Australian regulators.

Andrews seeks Chinese tech precinct for Melbourne as part of ‘gateway’ push

How Dan Andrews is allowing a Chinese company which was blacklisted by the US over security fears and is part of Beijing's Belt and Road Initiative to build Melbourne's new trains.