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China takes over Radio Australia's old shortwave frequencies

A Chinese station takes over the shortwave radio frequencies once used by the ABC in the Pacific region, following the broadcaster's decision to end shortwave services.

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New Zealand's new foreign buyer rules could produce an apartment boom

[image url="http.//" description="This photo taken on June 17, 2016 shows a worker holding a stop sign in front of an apartment block under construction in Sydney. Sydney is imposing new taxes on foreigners buying homes amid growing ...

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Western Sydney man hailed as first foreign organ donor in Chinese city

Phillip Hancock's generous organ donations changed five lives for the better, and drew praise medical staff in the megacity of Chongqing.

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EU slaps retaliatory tariffs on US goods

The US attacked first, imposing tariffs on steel and aluminium from around the globe and threatening to hit tens of billions of dollars on Chinese ...

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Iron ore makes it a hat-trick of losses

Iron ore spot markets fell again on Thursday, coinciding with a reversal in Chinese steel futures. The price ...

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The Chinese yuan is under pressure

The Chinese yuan is on the defensive in Asia. Offshore traded yuan, or USD/CNH, broke above the 6.50 level in ...

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China rolls out red carpet for Kim Jong-un in Beijing

Xi Jinping and Kim toast with red wine as the Chinese leader says he will support 'socialist reform' in North Korea.

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EMR Capital to buy BHP's Cerro Colorado copper mine - The West Australian

The West AustralianEMR Capital to buy BHP's Cerro Colorado copper mineThe West AustralianOwen Hegarty's acquisitive EMR Capital will buy BHP's Cerro Colorado copper mine in Chile for up to $US320 million. EMR will pay $US230 million up front, $US40 million for the sale of existing copper inventory and $US50 million in progress ...

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Surprise: Kim Jong-un arrives in Beijing

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has arrived in Beijing, where he is expected to brief Chinese President Xi Jinping on his summit last week with Donald Trump.

Beijing uses infrastructure as friendly forerunner of political power

The Chinese Communist Party has a history of using infrastructure as a Trojan Horse for domination.

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China and Europe should teach Trump a lesson, says Chinese media

China Daily lashes Trump's 'wilful' style, as iron ore miner Rio Tinto thinks the effect on it will be minimal.

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Huawei's P20 Pro is an amazing phone, but it's hard to recommend

In a climate where Chinese electronics companies could be banned from doing business in the US or Australia, buying a Huawei phone could be seen as a risk.

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No, your Chinese smartphone probably doesn't put you at risk of espionage

Phones distributed by Chinese companies pose no specific security threats to ordinary consumers, according to a security expert, but high-profile CEOs should steer clear.

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How Design Can Get Us Past Security Equals Pain

Most of the security narrative of the last decade has been based around a single theme - the "threat of the day". A new vulnerability is discovered or a new attack is launched and combatting that becomes the focus in the media and, therefore, in boardrooms and the c-suite. How do we get away from that? I spoke to ...

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