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Chinese Buyers Helped Boost Australian Home Prices. Now They’re Leaving

As real-estate agent Adam Wong works through Australia’s worst property downturn in decades, he’s also found himself at the mercy of China’s slowing economy. In...

New Zealand’s a2 Milk almost triples profit on strong Chinese demand

New Zealand's a2 Milk Co said on Wednesday its full-year profit nearly tripled in 2017 to hit its highest-ever level, fuelled by soaring demand for...

‘Deteriorating fast’: Chinese state media takes aim at Scott Morrison

Chinese state media says Australia’s coronavirus crisis is “deteriorating fast” in a scathing attack piece on Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

Australian state premier had secret relationship with China-linked politician

New South Wales (NSW) Premier Gladys Berejiklian revealed the relationship to the NSW Independent Commission into Corruption (ICAC), prompting calls from the opposition Labor party for her resignation.

Australia concluded China was behind hack on parliament, political parties – sources  

Australia has in recent years intensified efforts to address China’s growing influence in Australia, policies that have seen trade with China suffer. 

China restricts Australian coal imports at its ports in a bid to boost domestic...

Dozens of vessels carrying Australian coal continue to be in limbo off the coast of China as restrictions on imports are introduced at key...

G20: China and US put economy at risk, says Morrison

Scott Morrison has accused the US and China of putting the ­global economy at risk if they don’t reach agreement to de-­escala­te their trade...

When Chinese State Security police knocked on ABC journalist Bill Birtles’ door, he realised...

After five years of reporting for the ABC in Beijing and seven years in the city in total, I felt nothing but deep disappointment and sadness that it was ending this way.

Bill Shorten disagrees with Paul Keating’s comments on China at Labor’s election campaign launch

Bill Shorten says he does not share former Labor prime minister Paul Keating's views that Australia's spy chiefs are "nutters" who should be sacked to help improve relations with China.

The weird and wonderful things you notice when you travel to China

THE MOMENT the immigration officer opened my passport, I knew China would be a unique experience. She stared at me suspiciously for a minute or...

Growing fears for Chinese-Australian writer who has disappeared in China

The Australian government is searching for information concerning the whereabouts of Yang Hengjun, a prominent Chinese-Australian writer who friends fear has been detained by...

Suspicion falls on China after cyber attack on Australian Parliament — and it’s not...

It took less than an hour after the first report of a cyber attack on the Australian Parliament for suspicion to fall on China. Australia's...