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The complexities of cyber sovereignty in Chinese airlines over Australian skies

Recently on a trip to Shanghai, I was confused to find that as my plane lifted off Melbourne's Tullamarine tarmac, the internet services that...

China officially bans ABC website, claims internet is ‘fully open’

China's cyber security regulator has confirmed it has censored the ABC's website for breaching the country's internet rules and regulations, but has declined to say how.

Australia-based academic stalked all week in Hong Kong by Chinese state media

An Australia-based academic has accused the Chinese Government of intimidation after staffers from a state media outlet stalked him for more than a week...

Fears government restrictions will stop flow of Chinese money to Brisbane, Gold Coast development

THE great wall of money from mainland China arriving in Queensland will continue but there are concerns cracks are appearing. Over the past few years...

New team brings fresh challenges for China

Australia’s foreign policy under Scott Morrison is unlikely to offer relief for Beijing. The resignation of Malcolm Turnbull, who championed a crackdown on Chinese government...

Sheri Yan, jailed for bribing UN official, was target of secret ASIO raid in...

Agents from the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) found a cache of secret government files when they broke into a Canberra home in October...

Are Australian universities putting our national security at risk by working with China?

Leading Australian universities have research collaborations with Chinese companies that have been blacklisted by the US.

Cairns gets direct Chinese flights

China Southern Airlines will operate the flights three times a week over three years in a deal struck betwen the Queensland Government and Cairns Airport.

Small fines fail to stop Chinese importers bringing lethal asbestos into the country

A CHINESE construction giant has escaped with a paltry fine for using lethal asbestos-laced building products in Brisbane’s “tower of power’’. Australian Border Force has...

Marise Payne defends 5G ban on Chinese telcos Huawei and ZTE

The incoming foreign affairs minister, Marise Payne, has defended a decision that shut Chinese telecommunications giants out of Australia’s 5G network, saying it was necessary to protect national security.

China calls for lamb, cattle

WA’s biggest meat processor, V&V Walsh, plans to have the first shipments of its chilled young lamb product airfreighted into China in June this...

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...