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Rio Tinto watching for revival in China iron ore mining

Rio Tinto chief executive Jean Sebastien Jacques said he has no real concerns about China's iron ore demand in 2017, and the indications for 2018 are positive.

How basketball and soccer helped sell Australian wines to Chinese millennials

Catching the attention of Chinese millennials by sponsoring American basketball and English soccer might not seem the obvious way to promote Australian wines in China. But the tactic...

Chinese bank ‘training money’ used as real Australian $100 notes in Darwin

Fake Australian $100 notes supposed to be used to train Chinese bank tellers have made their way to Darwin where people are using them...

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.

Housing downturn could worsen, depending on US-China trade war: IMF

Australia is on the final leg of its economic recovery since the end of the mining boom, according to the International Monetary Fund's (IMF)...

Air China to start Brisbane-Beijing direct flights in December 2017

Starting on 11 December 2017, Air China will commence direct Brisbane-Beijing flights. Flights will run four times per week, taking off from Brisbane at...

‘Let me buy Rio Tinto’: China’s brazen bid to buy our companies

"I recall a topic hotly debated online by young internet users: Who is really China’s enemy? Is it America? Japan? Russia?," he wrote. "If we think about things cooly, perhaps none of them are. China’s enemy is itself."

Chinese ‘Uber for bikes’ company eyes Adelaide

Beijing-based bicycle sharing company Ofo reportedly plans to deploy 20 million bikes and expand its app-based service to more than 100 cities across the...

Chatswood church as ‘busy as ever’ despite falling numbers of Catholics across the north...

CLERICAL sexual abuse scandals, materialism and sporting commitments are among the issues drawing people away from the Catholic Church, according to Father Paul Finucane. Coupled...

$5.2m worth of Melbourne real estate frozen in money-laundering probe

More than $5 million worth of Melbourne real estate has been frozen as part of an investigation into offshore funds allegedly being laundered in...

Australia looks to China for maths, science lessons

Frustrated by stagnating maths and STEM standards, Australian education and policy experts are travelling to China for lessons on how to boost maths and...

Offensive flyers targeting Chinese students found at Melbourne universities

Melbourne University student Lisa Lu tweeted that she was "shocked" to see the post on the east gate of the Doug McDonnell building at Melbourne University on Monday.