Despite paving the way for laws that could see journalists jailed, MP Andrew Hastie is apparently on the right side of media freedom now...
Good morning, early birds. Liberal MP Andrew Hastie has accused Beijing of attempting to "coerce" Chinese diaspora with the arrest of Chinese-Australian writer Yang Hengjun, and Adelaide has taken out the title of Australia's hottest capital city on record. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
The RBA Governor has weighed in on recent developments in Australia's relationship with China as well our level of debt.
Australia's relations with China look set to enter the deep freeze with the head of parliament's intelligence committee outing a prominent Chinese-Australian as the subject of a US bribery case.
Good morning, early birds. A billionaire donor has been accused of being a co-conspirator in a major bribe scandal. Plus: more doubt over the North Korea Summit. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
The real ugliness of the South African farmer question, built on spurious figures and indifference to non-white suffering, is that its cynical explanation is better than its ideological explanation.
Does the fact that it’s a same-sex hate fuck remove the force of non-consensual sexual violence? Kind of but not really.
War crimes, anyone? ... Tony Abbott to address global warming 'sceptic' forum ... bankers fight back ...