Australia suspends Hong Kong extradition treaty, extends Hongkongers’ visas after security law imposed

China has reacted furiously to Australia’s plan to recruit entire companies from Hong Kong and offer up to 10,000 students and workers a safe-haven visa.

How the US steamrolled Chinese tech giant out of Five Eyes

Huawei has lost the anglosphere. The telecommunications giant that symbolised China’s economic rise will no longer build 5G networks across Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United States and now Britain.

‘Don’t judge them like veterans’: Junior Wallabies coach on nurturing Australia’s next generation

Jason Gilmore has seen some excellent players come through the nation’s pathway systems but had a warning for anyone making early judgments.

How a German media company brought Australia’s greatest magazine empire to its knees

For decades, the ACP magazine empire soared as it helped teach Australians to cook, dress, talk royalty, flirt and supercharge our sex lives. Then came the internet, new owners – […]

‘A national security scandal’: Kevin Rudd names three gaps in defence strategy

Kevin Rudd has declared there are “major gaps” in Australia’s new defence strategy, accusing the Coalition government of a “botched” submarine program.

Johnson opens door to three million Hong Kongers, declaring China’s actions a ‘serious breach’

Prime Minister Boris Johnson will now introduce a new route for the territory’s citizens to settle in the United Kingdom, putting pressure on Australia to make a similar offer.