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China orders halt to red meat imports from several Australian meatworks

China has temporarily banned beef exports from a number of Australian meatworks, the ABC understands. The Australian Meat Industry Council has confirmed it is working...

Chinese schoolkids’ applause brings Indigenous author Bronwyn Bancroft to tears

Beijing: When it was suggested to Indigenous Australian author Bronwyn Bancroft that her picture books for children be translated into Chinese, her first thought was...

China demand charges Treasury Wine results

Wine merchant Treasury Wine Estates says the market in China is growing so strongly that it is finding it hard to keep up with...

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.

Kevin Rudd’s $53m China centre ‘under review’

The future of former prime minister Kevin Rudd’s flagship $53 million China centre at the Australian National University is under a cloud after the...

‘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.

Number of Chinese citizens seeking asylum in Australia triples

New government data has revealed the number of Chinese citizens seeking asylum in Australia has tripled in just one year.

Scott Morrison doubles down over China’s treatment of Uighurs

Scott Morrison has once again condemned China’s mass detention and surveillance of Uighurs and other Muslim minorities in Xinjiang, after copping backlash from Beijing.

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.

John Howard defends free media after China complains about coverage

Former prime minister John Howard has revealed Chinese officials complained about Australian media coverage during high-level meetings in Beijing last week. Key points: Howard says...

Security experts warn MPs against using China’s Telstra Tough T55 handset

AUSTRALIA’S national security could be compromised because of a Chinese phone being used by MPs, their staff and parliamentary employees. News Corp Australia can reveal...

Australia upgrades travel warning for China

Australians living in and travelling to China may be arbitrarily detained, the Department of Foreign Affairs has warned as the relationship between the two countries deteriorates.