The government had no choice but to respond to China’s new crackdown but it has done so carefully.
The telco is aiming to have inbound calls to be answered locally by the end of fiscal 2022, with digital service options doing the bulk of the heavy lifting.
The coronavirus has made its ‘explosive potential’ felt in some severe outbreaks. What happened and what can we learn?
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.
First State Super is preparing to dump its shares in thermal coal miners as it maps out the most assertive short-term carbon cuts in Australia’s super sector.
The Melbourne lockdown is an opportunity for the Victorian government and the national cabinet to reassess their explicit strategy.
Health experts are reviewing Australia’s hotel quarantine arrangements ahead of the national cabinet meeting on Friday.
My mum was only 18 years old when she escaped the Chilean coup d’état in 1973.
Masks could be the difference between success and failure in controlling the pandemic and saving the economy.
Australia and Japan will form a space agreement, while the two countries also look to deepen their defence and security ties in the face of a rising China.
Tributes are flowing for three-time Olympian and Australia’s 2014 flagbearer Alex “Chumpy” Pullin, who died in a spearfishing accident on the Gold Coast.
As federal cabinet also considers tearing up an extradition treaty with the Chinese territory.
Giant $100m device to detect supernovas, neutron stars and birth of black holes should be built in Australia, report delivered to federal government says.
Australians living in and travelling to China have been warned they may be arbitrarily detained.
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.
A policy to welcome Hong Kong’s high-quality talent will be inherently a self-interested one of national gain.
The chief investment officer of Australia’s largest super fund says the pandemic has accelerated a shift to digital that will overhaul the standing of the ASX’s biggest players.
Jason Gilmore has seen some excellent players come through the nation’s pathway systems but had a warning for anyone making early judgments.
Xu Zhangrun, who was once a senior visiting scholar at the Melbourne law school and wrote a book on the Australian legal system, was reportedly arrested at 10am.
Ride-share giant Lyft has made a pledge to make all trips electric by 2030, but the transition is slower for local operators who are struggling to rebound from the coronavirus […]
Major supplier to Australia’s mining industry has been accused of ignoring the sexual harassment one of its female apprentices was subjected to.
Historically, educational exchange in Western democracies has been seen as a way of transferring democratic values.
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 – […]
Outlaw motorcycle gangs are setting up chapters in south-east Asia in a bid to move hundreds of kilograms of drugs into Australia.
Long-range strike weapons could ultimately make Australia less safe by provoking counter-reactions – and not necessarily from China.
In 1953, King O’Malley was the last surviving member of Australia’s first Commonwealth Parliament. The Canadian-born politician called everybody “Brother.”
Kevin Rudd has declared there are “major gaps” in Australia’s new defence strategy, accusing the Coalition government of a “botched” submarine program.
Decisions on Australia’s defence strategy demand mastery of geopolitical forces at play, educated guesses of future threats and very deep pockets.
Panda Electronics – a supplier of telecommunications equipment to Telstra and Optus – is ‘owned by, controlled by or affiliated with’ the Chinese military says the Pentagon.
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.