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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...

Australia to bear brunt of China virus slowdown

A leading currency analyst has warned that the potential impact of the Wuhan coronavirus on the world economy has been understated, with Australia among...

Australia ‘very conscious’ of China’s behaviour as spy ship navigates near Queensland

The watchers were being watched — closely. Key points: Defence Force last week spotted the People's Liberation Army intelligence ship in international waters "We are...

Australia’s universities are failing to protect free speech

Academic freedom is increasingly under threat on Australian campuses, and widespread speech codes leave universities unprepared to combat the danger. The latest threat comes from...

Australia moves up Chinese travel bucket list

Australia has leapt up the bucket list of Chinese tourists to the fourth most desirable destination, from tenth just two years ago — following...

Court lifts suppression on name of Chinese billionaire entangled in rape trial

A famous Chinese billionaire who became entangled in a rape trial after a guest to his Sydney penthouse dinner party was accused of sexually...

China Inquiry: Stand up for sovereignty and economic independence

The Australian Parliament’s Joint Standing Committee on Trade and Investment Growth is inquiring into the 2018-19 annual reports of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade), to understand the need for Australia to diversify its trade markets and foreign investment profile.

Star chairman John O’Neill warns Chinese tourism is no safe bet

Mr O’Neill said the Australian tourism industry also needed to closely watch developments in China, including shifts in government policies.

Daniel Andrews signs new infrastructure, trade agreement with China

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has signed a new agreement to work with China as part of its controversial belt and road initiative.

China overtakes Australia in university humanities ranking

Australia has surrendered its claim to the Asia Pacific’s best arts university, in the latest sign that local higher education is giving ground to...

Australia’s states are growing closer to China as the federal relationship remains strained

It is a warm spring night and Government House in Perth is illuminated with a red, China themed glow.

Using local talent the key to MMG’s success in China: Michelmore

As the US under Donald Trump is pulling back from international economic leadership, China’s business culture is advancing to fill the gap, according to...