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American beef will compete with Australian exports as the Chinese market opens up

Australian beef will compete with American exports as the Chinese market opens up to the US, for the first time in 13 years.

Australia is ‘sleepwalking into an era of unprecedented danger’, warns former ADF member Cate...

AUSTRALIA has been urged to get its head out of the sand amid rising global conflict, with a warning that we are “sleepwalking into...

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...

Coronavirus: the impact on Australian Society is profound

Australian tourism bosses have warned that hotels could be forced out of business if the coronavirus outbreak continues to severely restrict visitor numbers.

Morrison says China knows ‘where Australia is coming from’, after meeting Chinese vice-president

Scott Morrison seized the opportunity of his Jakarta weekend visit for Indonesian President Joko Widodo’s inauguration to obtain a meeting with Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan.

Coal in decline: Adani in question and Australia out of step

“It is becoming clear that Chinese coal demand has peaked,” he went on. “The outlook for imports [to] India and other countries is uncertain.”

Kidnapping phone scam targets Chinese students in Australia

The ACCC has warned Australia's Chinese community of a recurring scam that involves threats of arrest and extortion via fake kidnappings.

Australia stuck in the middle of the US and China as tensions rise

Tensions have risen at the APEC Summit as the United States and China comes to blows — and now Australia is caught in the...

Hurstville: Sydney’s real Chinatown

Hurstville, 16 kilometres south-west of the CBD, occupies a unique spot on Sydney's demographic map. With more than half of its residents reporting Chinese ancestry,...

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.

Ambassador called after Julie Bishop reprimands China over Taiwan protest

Chinese Ambassador Cheng Jingye visited the Department of Foreign Affairs in Canberra on Tuesday to explain China’s role in a diplomatic spat over Taiwan. The...

Victoria’s Daniel Andrews slammed over China deal: ‘Belt and Road’ scheme explained

The controversial Belt and Road Initiative has been in the news over the past seven days, but what exactly is it and how does it affect Australia? Victorian premier Daniel Andrews says his state’s proposed deal with China will bring much needed jobs and new infrastructure to the state.