Good morning, early birds. Dozens have been injured after protesters stormed the Hong Kong Legislative Council, and Labor signals that it is prepared to back the government's contentious tax cut package. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.
The government claims it will treat China with a firm hand, but its response to protests in Hong Kong is anything but.
Chris Bowen claims that there are only 130 Australians of non-Chinese background proficient in Mandarin. Is he correct?
Five years after Tony Abbott threatened to "shirtfront" Putin, Australia needs to put Russia back on its radar.
Are government travel advisories always about citizens' safety? There's often a bit more to it...
Chinese-Australian artist Guo Jian saw his fellow students gunned down in the square. Thirty years on, he's still reckoning with the event that 'doesn't officially exist'.
Good morning, early birds. Labor's new post-election frontbench has made its debut, and the government pushes Solomon Island investments in a bid to ward off China's Pacific growth. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.
It’s not clear what Australia gains by blocking Huawei’s involvement in our 5G network, but it's clear what we lose.
Beijing was clearly hoping for a Labor win, and has every reason to be distrustful of our new government. Where can we go from here?