Chancellor George Osborne has called for Britain and China to "stick together" as "partners in growth" at the Shanghai Stock Exchange.Read the full story ›
George Osborne is to pledge that Britain will "stick together" with China despite the Asian giant's summer of financial turbulence.Read the full story ›
The construction of the first nuclear power plant in the UK for a generation moved a step closer today as fresh investment was announced.Read the full story ›
China has put on its biggest display of military might in a parade to commemorate victory over Japan in World War Two.Read the full story ›
Five people were swallowed up by a sinkhole that suddenly opened up in a pavement in China.Read the full story ›
Twelve people suspected of being involved in the massive explosions at a chemical storage warehouse in Tianjin, China, have been arrested.
The blasts killed 139 people and injured hundreds more, leaving the port area of the city in ruins.
The chairman, vice-chairman and three deputy general managers of the logistics company which had been storing the volatile chemicals were among those taken into custody, according to China's Xinhua News Agency.
It comes a day after Chinese officials sacked the head of its work safety watchdog over allegations of corruption.
A woman downed a £130 bottle of cognac at an airport after being told by security she could not take it onto her flight.Read the full story ›