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China restricts Australian coal imports at its ports in a bid to boost domestic...

Dozens of vessels carrying Australian coal continue to be in limbo off the coast of China as restrictions on imports are introduced at key...

Saving Yang Hengjun: we must not tolerate China’s hostage diplomacy

It’s hard to overstate how much is at stake in the Australian government’s handling of the arrest of writer, commentator and Australian citizen Yang...

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...

The new Chinese investors about to make Australian property foray

At least 10 Chinese investors and developers who are yet to make their mark on Australia's property scene are preparing to make an entry...

Breakthrough in Australia’s beef with China over meat exports

Australian beef which was shipped to China before the Asian powerhouse slapped a temporary import ban on some producers will now be allowed into...

Daniel Andrews staffer link to China foreign influencers

A staffer in Daniel Andrews’s office has been linked to China’s United Front organisation, which co-ordinates Beijing’s overseas influence operations, amid growing criticism of...

Government rejects federal MP’s call to buy back Darwin port from Chinese leaseholder

The deputy chair of the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade has called for Australia to buy back control of Darwin's port.

NSW Labor leader echoes Chinese criticism of Australian media

NSW Opposition Leader Luke Foley has fully endorsed China’s global infrastructure fund and mimicked language used by Beijing officials in attacking Australian media for...

‘How empires begin.’ China has made its global move. This is Australia’s response

China's rise in the Pacific threatens to erode Australian influence. But it also offers us a chance to be part of the biggest infrastructure project in the world.

China explains why Aussie coal shipments have been restricted

After reports that Australian coal had been blocked at a key port in north-eastern China, officials have defended the action. A Chinese official said yesterday...

China’s creeping influence a threat to Australian openness

Merriden Varrall, the director of the East Asia Program at the Lowy Institute, has penned an article in the New York Times warning about...

Australia concluded China was behind hack on parliament, political parties – sources  

Australia has in recent years intensified efforts to address China’s growing influence in Australia, policies that have seen trade with China suffer.