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ABC right to pop Canberra bubble on behalf of voters
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ABC right to pop Canberra bubble on behalf of voters

Whatever occurs in Parliament House is of public interest. That's why the government's 'please explain' over the ABC's Four Corners 'Canberra Bubble' episode is miscalculated.

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Beijing controls Chinese-language media agencies in Australia, says intel agency

Beijing controls Chinese-language media agencies in Australia, says intel agency

The Office of National Intelligence has confidentially briefed the government that many of Australia’s most popular Chinese-language news outlets have been co-opted by Beijing.

  • by Nick McKenzie, Charlotte Grieve and Kate Wong
'Very serious situation': Frydenberg's economic warning over China dispute

'Very serious situation': Frydenberg's economic warning over China dispute

As China and Australia enter a diplomatic stalemate, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has warned the dispute is having a serious economic effect.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw, Anthony Galloway and Shane Wright
Chinese consumers still love Australian products despite dispute

Chinese consumers still love Australian products despite dispute

New research shows diplomatic tensions have not dampened the enthusiasm of Chinese consumers for Australian products. 

  • by Eryk Bagshaw
US ambassador says China spreading 'fabricated images and disingenuous statements'

US ambassador says China spreading 'fabricated images and disingenuous statements'

United States Ambassador to Australia, Arthur B Culvahouse jnr, has accused the Chinese government of spreading disinformation over its tweet targeting Australia.

  • by Anthony Galloway
China is humiliating Australia as an example to others - but the bullying won't last

China is humiliating Australia as an example to others - but the bullying won't last

Australia should be confident that China will realise its actions damage its international reputation.

  • by Anne-Marie Brady
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Chinese embassy accuses Australia of 'rage and roar' over tweet

Chinese embassy accuses Australia of 'rage and roar' over tweet

China's embassy has reignited its dispute with Australia hours after Scott Morrison called for calm over an image a Chinese government official shared on Twitter.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw and Anthony Galloway
Twitter-post garbage the clearest sign yet of desperation in Beijing

Twitter-post garbage the clearest sign yet of desperation in Beijing

China is more isolated than it was before and Xi Jinping doesn't know what to do about it.

  • by Peter Hartcher
Australian coal exports face 'perfect storm' as China restrictions hit

Australian coal exports face 'perfect storm' as China restrictions hit

Australian coal exports face a "GFC-style threat" to their viability one of the country's top auditors will claim.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw and Anthony Galloway
China fires back at Morrison, doubles down on war crimes accusation

China fires back at Morrison, doubles down on war crimes accusation

Australia and China are caught in a fresh diplomatic row over an inflammatory social media post that has sent tensions with Beijing to a new front.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw and Anthony Galloway
China's Twitter attack on Australia is another attempt to provoke

China's Twitter attack on Australia is another attempt to provoke

Beijing has found a way to start a much deeper dispute with Australia than any argument about a product stranded at a Chinese port.

  • by David Crowe