A Labor MP and long-term member of Federal Parliament's powerful intelligence committee says the secrecy over national security has gone too far in the wake of last week's police raids on the ABC and a News Corp journalist's home.
AFP officers raid the Canberra home of a News Corp journalist who reported that the Federal Government was considering spying on Australians.
Demanding US visa applicants hand over social media account details sounds like a win for security, but there are four things to watch out for, writes John Coyne.
It was a single drink in a London wine bar that tipped investigators to a possible connection between Donald Trump's campaign and Russia. For the first time, both men give their accounts of the evening.
Google's decision to suspend business with Huawei has sparked confusion and uncertainty among owners and vendors of the Chinese smartphone — but how will current devices and Australian businesses be affected? Some questions answered.
New Zealand's Trade Minister says the Pacific nation is willing to work with China on its Belt and Road initiative and says it can offer its expertise in areas such as regulation and the environment.
Former prime minister Paul Keating says Australia's spy chiefs are "nutters" and should be sacked to help improve relations with China, a comment that has been condemned by a leading defence think tank.
China is monitoring millions of its residents through a high-tech surveillance web. Elise Thomas asks: Should Australia be helping Chinese tech giants develop surveillance technology?