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Chinese businessman subject of ASIO warning donated $200,000 to WA Liberals

A $200,000 donation to the WA Liberal Party from a billionaire property developer with close ties to the Chinese Communist Party has raised questions,...

Australian tourism ministers meet in China in bid to draw more visitors

Australian federal, state and territory tourism ministers have for the first time jointly held a meeting in Beijing as Chinese visitors are poised to...

Chinese buyers snap up storied Double Bay hotel

Sydney’s wealthy eastern suburbs are attracting a host of aggressive Chinese development and investment groups seeking to cash in on the rising demand for...

Victorian deal with China could be scrapped by Federal Government’s proposed new foreign relations...

Victoria's controversial trade deal with Beijing may be scrapped by Australia's Foreign Minister, using new powers being proposed by the Federal Government.

‘It’s a police station honouring a police state’: Outrage as Melbourne cop shop raises...

A Victorian police station has been slammed for “honouring a police state” by flying the flag of the Chinese Communist regime.

A2 Milk upgrades revenue forecast due to China demand

The a2 Milk Company has further upgraded its revenue guidance for the current financial year underpinned by booming demand for its flagship a2 Platinum...

China increases its stake in Australian land

Chinese investors have added another 50,000 hectares to their Australian property portfolio, taking the total area of property under Chinese control to more than...

Australia on the front line of clash with China, says Steve Bannon

Australia, you didn't know it, but you've been at the very forefront of Donald Trump's project. "I think Australia is in a fight for...

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...

China Put on Notice by Australia’s Anti-Interference Laws

Australia is set to become the first developed country to pass sweeping laws against foreign interference, in a move aimed at reducing Chinese meddling in national...

Australian wine exports: China now the biggest market

GIVE the people what they want. A simple ethos, yes, but one that, in the wine world, is not particularly well embraced. And when it comes...

Mortgages and debt: How lending culture is leaving Australians vulnerable

A decade of housing price rises, low interest rates and relatively easy credit has left Australians carrying the second-highest level of household debt in...