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Overnight News Headlines (Australia): July 20, 2021


Children account for 15 per cent of Australian farm deaths, says AgHealth study – 15 per cent of farm deaths are children under 14 years old, according to an AgHealth Australia study; A Ballarat farmer says she is shocked almost one in six … Australia’s first body image program for primary schools aims to help … Continue reading

Overnight News Headlines (Australia): July 19, 2021


Race on for Australian rare earth supplies as fears grow over China’s market ‘monopoly’ – It comes two years after David Gainer, the US Consul General to Perth, visited a rare earths mine near Laverton in outback Western Australia just days into the … Swim league to be launched in Australia – Taylor says the … Continue reading

Overnight News Headlines (Australia): July 18, 2021


New study reveals history of Aboriginal trade with foreign visitors before British settlement – They are markers of an annual Asian occupation of the northernmost tip of Western Australia that remains a mystery. “This is an unknown part of Australian … Lolesio kicks 14-man Australia to win to seal series against France – Wallabies flyhalf … Continue reading

Overnight News Headlines (Australia): July 17, 2021


Team USA Women’s Basketball Team Stunned in Loss to Australia – The United States have taken another devastating loss to Australia in the same week. Just days after Kevin Durant and the U.S men’s team were stunned and … Australia COVID news LIVE: NSW looks to clamp down on lockdown retail; Victoria’s exposure sites top … Continue reading

Overnight News Headlines (Australia): July 16, 2021


Australian fitness giant F45 valued at $2b after Wall Street debut – The backers of Australian founded F45 Training are set for a big payday with the fitness giant listing on the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday (US time) … Report: Team USA vs. Australia exhibition could get canceled over Covid-19 concerns – Now, … Continue reading

Overnight News Headlines (Australia): July 15, 2021


South Australians warned to expect COVID restrictions amid outbreak fears – South Australians have been put on notice to follow COVID-19 rules and regulations or face tougher restrictions in response to a potential local outbreak of the … Chris Hipkins: If you can’t afford to be stuck in Australia, come home to NZ – Western … Continue reading

Overnight News Headlines (Australia): July 14, 2021


Australia news LIVE: NSW cases and exposure sites grow; Melbourne awaits testing results – Australia news LIVE: NSW cases and exposure sites grow; Melbourne awaits testing results. We have made our live coverage of the coronavirus pandemic free for … The Chase Australia: The Shark tests his fans’ knowledge in daily quiz – The Chase … Continue reading

Australia’s Overnight News Headlines: July 13, 2021


This year’s census will have two new questions, but there are a few topics that won’t be addressed – LGBTIQ+ advocates say the lack of questions around sexual orientation is concerning. The census, run every five years by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) … Australia news LIVE: Sydney cases and exposure sites soar; Victoria … Continue reading

Australia’s Overnight News Headlines: July 11, 2021


Australia COVID news LIVE: NSW braces for more cases, more weeks of lockdown as Delta strain outpaces contact tracers – Vaccination targets to move to phase two of reopening plan. By James Massola and Aisha Dow. Australia’s plan to end COVID-19 lockdowns and begin reopening … Australian stage going Rouge – Carmen Pavlovic is part … Continue reading

Australia’s Overnight News Headlines: July 10, 2021


These young First Nations people want to see more caring for Country around Australia – And in Central Australia, Shania Armstrong is undertaking a different kind of … is an opportunity for Indigenous Australians to advocate for greater protection of … ‘People dropping like flies’: Australians in Indonesia fear for their safety as deadly Delta … Continue reading

Australia’s Overnight News Headlines: July 9, 2021


COVID-19 breaking news: Sydney bracing for spike in cases; Major police operation starts in key suburbs; No new local Victorian cases – Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Australia’s vaccine rollout is “ramping up” after securing 300,000 extra Pfizer doses for Sydney and a million a week for the … ASX to drop as Wall Street … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – July 8, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed COVID-19 breaking news: Nervous wait for Sydney with COVID cases expected to spike; Queensland hospital staff in isolation after helping save the life of COVID patient; Calls for Federal Government to better help businesses in lockdown – South Australia could reopen its border to the Northern Territory and … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – July 7, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Australia breaking news today, live coronavirus updates and headlines July 70, 2021 – Senator Canavan’s comments come after it was announced the Australian Formula … Senator Canavan said Australia wouldn’t have had to halve international … Australia news LIVE: Sydney’s lockdown set to be extended; masks will no … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – July 6, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Flight caps will bump 18,000 Australians off flights home in the next six weeks – London: Airlines say 18,000 Australians are set to be bumped from flights back home in the next six weeks as a result of the national cabinet’s decision to halve … The Chase Australia: … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – July 5, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Australia-NZ travel bubble: Victoria, SA, ACT, Tasmania – From 11.59pm on Sunday night, people from Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania and the ACT will be allowed to travel to New Zealand without spending 14 days … Australian Ben O’Connor wins stage nine of the Tour de France, moves to … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – July 4, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Contact tracing in the spotlight as experts warn of major animal disease risk – Questions are being raised about Australia’s ability to trace livestock as the country’s chief vet warns the risk of a major animal disease outbreak is increasing. The UK’s preparing to administer COVID vaccine booster … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – July 3, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed ‘Every day for me is a waiting game’: Australians call for clearer timeline to open international borders – Vikrant Sharma is an Australian living in Melbourne with his wife Marisa and … Australia closed its international borders to all non-citizens and non-residents in … If the Tokyo Olympics … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – July 2, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Rory McIlroy ‘stuck in neutral’ as Australian Lucas Herbert sets Irish Open pace with 64 – Australia’s Lucas Herbert carded a superb first round of 64 in the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open as pre-tournament favourite Rory McIlroy laboured to an opening … Stepto Headed to Tokyo Olympics … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – July 1, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Casual workers again the forgotten faces of Australia’s latest COVID lockdowns – As almost half of Australia battles through a lockdown, hundreds of thousands of casual workers without leave entitlements are facing an uncertain and anxious … Covid-19 Australia: Annastacia Palaszczuk is slammed for derailing the vaccine rollout … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 30, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Australia is an outlier on private schools – but that’s the way many parents like it – This year’s Australia Talks National Survey 2021 found parents at independent schools had the highest rate of satisfaction with the education their child is … Covid-19 and Vaccine News: Live Updates … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 29, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Simmons won’t play for Australia at Olympics – Philadelphia 76ers point guard Ben Simmons won’t play for Australia at the upcoming Tokyo Olympics, Australia head coach Brian Goorjian confirmed. COVID lockdown Australia: Vaccines open to anyone under 40 – The final sprint was disrupted by another crash when … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 28, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Trust in Australian development NGOs is on the rise – “Thinking now about Australian non-governmental organisations and charities that do aid work in poorer countries, how much do you trust these organisations to … Australia’s Northern Territory ‘facing its biggest threat since Covid crisis began’ – Australia’s Northern … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 27, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Quarantine free travel with Australia paused for three days – A general view shows the empty Qantas departure terminal at Melbourne Airport on August 20,. Photo: AFP. Quarantine free travel from all Australian states and … Virgin Australia passengers ordered to isolate after cabin crew member tests positive … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 26, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Japan-born Yahiro named as Australia’s first karate Olympian – Japan-born Tsuneari Yahiro is heading to Tokyo as Australia’s first karate Olympian. Yahiro will compete in the 75-kilogram kumite division as the sport makes … Delta Coronavirus Variant Prompts Limits in Australia, Israel, as India Warns of New Mutation … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 25, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Australian government slammed for ‘shameful’ exclusion of Afghan contractors from protection visa program – The federal government is being criticised for refusing refugee visas for contractors who worked with Australia in Afghanistan because they weren’t directly … China appeals to WTO over Australia’s duties – The Chinese government … Continue reading

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Could China’s economy collapse?

Could China’s economy collapse?

For almost half a century, Chinese officials have overseen one of the greatest economic transformations in human history. The country has gone from collectivized farms and famine to world-leading tech companies and gleaming megacities connected by superfast trains. More than 800 million Chinese have been pulled out of poverty as the Communist Party and its leader […]

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China’s economic crisis is much bigger than expected – its property market, the largest in the world, is collapsing

The situation in China is much worse than originally thought.  The largest property market in the world is set to collapse and the ramifications will impact the entire world.  We’ve been discussing China’s economic issues for years.  Recently this was even discussed with Steve Bannon on The War Room. We now have information that the […]

UN must condemn forced organ harvesting in China

UN must condemn forced organ harvesting in China

Doctors, lawyers, and politicians from three continents called on the international community to ensure an end to China’s practice of forced organ harvesting during the first half of the World Summit on Combating and Preventing Forced Organ Harvesting. Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (DAFOH) further calls upon the participants of the United Nations General Assembly […]

China says its J-31 is superior to F-35, and will be new carrier-borne fighter jet

China says its J-31 is superior to F-35, and will be new carrier-borne fighter jet

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The reason for the discussion on the Tobin tax in China

The reason for the discussion on the Tobin tax in China

Tax every major financial transaction for social equity by a fraction and allocate the funds to redistribution initiatives. The Tobin tax is the shattered dream of the anti-globalist left, even if its history is slightly more complex. Formulated in 1972 by James Tobin, the 1981 Nobel laureate in economics, it aimed to stabilize the financial […]

Is another Cultural Revolution underway in China?

Is another Cultural Revolution underway in China?

Chinese President Xi Jinping is cracking down on several sectors of Chinese society, including technology and entertainment. This has some Beijing watchers worried a new version of Chairman Mao Zedong’s Cultural Revolution is underway. Here’s everything you need to know. What was the Cultural Revolution? It was a brutal 10-year period between 1966-76 (with most […]

Cadence Column: Asia, October 11, 2021

Cadence Column: Asia, October 11, 2021

Biden is creating a special center within CIA for China. Xi Jinping is irate. Biden knows China almost as well as Trump. He met with Chinese officials as Vice President. While Trump played a “good cop” routine on China, Biden is in a better position to be less diplomatic. After all, hating on China does […]

The curious case of Pakistan, China, TTP and BRI

The curious case of Pakistan, China, TTP and BRI

On 1st October Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan broke all hell loose when on the Turkish government-run TV channel, TRT World, he disclosed that the Pakistani government is in secret talks with Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), facilitated by the Afghan Taliban. The Pakistanis were upset for many reasons. They were upset that they were kept in […]

China’s electronic warfare aircraft J-16D spotted near Taiwan; experts say India border could be next

China’s electronic warfare aircraft J-16D spotted near Taiwan; experts say India border could be next

China is rapidly acquiring new military technologies and weapons as it tries to dominate the Indo-Pacific region, especially the South China Sea which it considers as its backyard. The J-16D electronic warfare aircraft (EWA) is one such platform that stood out at the recently concluded Zhuhai airshow and according to reports, PLA has deployed the […]

Instead of confronting China’s rise, we must manage its decline

Instead of confronting China’s rise, we must manage its decline

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