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Sarah Basford Canales - The Canberra Times - Thursday 15 April 2021 Rising anti-Chinese sentiment among the Australian community is immoral and feeding into the hands of the Chinese Communist Party, the chair of Parliament's intelligence and security committee has warned. Liberal senator James Paterson has called...

Tim Dodd - The Australian - Wednesday 14 April 2021 The chairman of the parliamentary committee investigating national security risks in universities has said he will shy away, if possible, from recommending new obligations on the higher education and research sectors. Speaking to Rory Medcalf, head of...

NICK BONYHADY - THE AGE - MONDAY 12 APRIL 2021 Some of Australia’s top universities have called in a Chinese Communist Party expert to detect foreign interference risks, including auditing academics from at least one institution to see if they have secret secondary jobs. The universities of...

Ben Packham - The Australian - Thursday 8 April 2021 China says it will not “swallow the bitter pill” of sanctions for its treatment of Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang, warning that it will “respond in kind” if Australia joins other Western nations in targeting its ­officials...

Richard Ferguson - The Australian - 30 March 2021 Young fathers in federal parliament are pushing for smarter working hours and more help for families who want to visit their MP mums and dads in Canberra. Liberal MP Julian Simmonds, Labor MP Josh Burns and Coalition senator...