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To the editor: Our economy intertwined with China

Oh well, Katter has an opinion, writes C. Wright of Canberra. Our economy is intertwined with China. Australia and China have a history of mutual benefit.

Letter to the editor: ‘We can live without China’

"We can live without China; the proof is in the pudding" argues Bob Katter, Kennedy MP, and says there are other markets in Asia to focus on.

Australia Post issues special stamps to honour essential workers

One year since the pandemic became part of life, Australia Post has released a new set of stamps featuring illustrations of essential workers to honour their ongoing contributions and the associated challenges they face.

‘It’s here to stay’: Macquarie awards ‘fake news’ Word of the Decade

The shortlist was made up of the Word of the Year winners from the past 10 years, and a Macquarie Dictionary spokesperson said this decade’s winner marked a moment in history.

Last Holden stamped in Australia sells for median ACT house price

Two rare Holdens broke records at auction over the weekend, fetching $1.8 million between them.

Australia name Test squad for South Africa

Australia has named their 19-man squad for their Test series against South Africa with Tim Paine to lead the national team once again.Confirmation of the tour to South Africa remains subject to...

Finch to captain Australia for T20I series in New Zealand

Australia has named their 18-man squad for the upcoming T20I series in New Zealand starting in late February.

Australia Vs India T20I at Manuka Oval match details

Canberra hosts its second ever T20 International tomorrow when Australia faces India in the first T20I of the series at Manuka Oval on Friday.

Australia vs India ODI at Manuka Oval: who, what, when and where?

Get the latest information for the third ODI between Australia and India at Manuka Oval on Wednesday, 2 December.

Australian swearing through the ages

Australians take pride in their potty mouths as part of the nation’s cultural identity, according to a new book from the Australian National University.

Chinese investment in Australia plummets

Chinese investment in Australia dropped by over 47%, from $4.8 billion in 2018 to $2.5 billion in 2019, according to new data released by The Australian National University’s Chinese Investment in Australia (CHIIA)...

Book talk: 5 Australian books for Dad

Jeff Popple reviews five great Australian books for Dad this Father’s Day! More of Jeff’s reviews can be found on his blog.