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The PM, Bill Shorten and others discussed Cyclone Debbie recovery in a Bowen doorstop interview. [Full Text]

Treasurer Morrison and Minister Joyce discussed sugar industry, tax and minimum wage policy in a press conference. [Full Text]

Minister Ruston launched the 2017 Australian Fish and Chips Awards. [Full Text]

Shadow frontbenchers Bowen and Fitzgibbon discussed the sugar industry, minimum wage and tax policy in a doorstop interview. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Plibersek addressed a Business Council breakfast. [Full Text]

Treasurer Morrison introduced legislation to simplify and strengthen competition law. [Full Text]

Minister O'Dwyer said the Laws Amendment (2017 Enterprise Incentives No. 1) Bill 2017 was introduced to the House. [Full Text]

CSIRO announced two grants under its Kick-Start program. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'The 'is' and 'isn't' of quantum supremacy'. [Full Text]

ACIC and AUSTRAC announced $100,000 to four finalists in their Business Research and Innovation Initiative program. [Full Text]

ASIC repealed the 'Financial Services Guide exemption for market-making services on a licensed market' class order and made minor amendments to other ASIC instruments. [Full Text]

Minister Chester welcomed BITRE's 'Domestic Aviation Activity 2016'. [Full Text]

Minister Pyne said the Defence Materials Technology Centre would work with Defence to develop and enhance Australian industry capabilities in support of the Joint Strike Fighter Program. [Full Text]

ASPI issued a 'National security wrap'. [Full Text]

Ministers Hunt and Tehan said the Government will make strategies to support former ADF members who are under 30 a priority. [Full Text]

Ministers Hunt and Tehan launched a book series for children from military and emergency service families living with a parent who has a mental health condition. [Full Text]

Minister Tehan announced a digital advertising campaign to inform current and former ADF members about free treatment for five mental health conditions. [Full Text]

Minister Hunt marked World Bipolar Day. [Full Text]

The CHF said consumers need not panic about locking in their preferred health fund by Saturday when higher premiums take effect. [Full Text]

AHPRA invited applications for appointment to several National Boards. [Full Text]

Minister Tehan welcomed employers' response to improvements to a website to help veterans find work. [Full Text]

Minister Fierravanti-Wells discussed assistance to PNG on Radio Australia. [Full Text]

ACIAR issued information on a Murdoch-led agriculture capacity building project in Bangladesh. [Full Text]

Mr Fitzgibbon said the Government must release its sugar industry code of conduct before it is enacted law. [Full Text]

Shadow Ministers O'Connor and Cameron said a Bill to stop penalty rate cuts passed the Senate. [Full Text]

Greens MP Bandt said passage of that Bill puts pressure on the Government. [Full Text]

The CER's outgoing chair issued a statement. [Full Text]

The CER's outgoing chair issued a statement to CER clients. [Full Text]

The CEC said the closure of the Hazelwood power station acts as a reminder of the need to develop a long-term energy strategy. [Full Text]

The AEMC clarified AEMO's power to intervene in the power system to manage the risks of emergencies. [Full Text]

The AEMC issued terms of reference for a review of the frequency operating standard in the national electricity market. [Full Text]

The AER issued its final decision on the minimum disconnection amount. [Full Text]

The BoM issued climate outlooks for April to June 2017. [Full Text]

The NDIS issued a warning of people claiming to be from NDIA attempting to collect personal details via telephone. [Full Text]

APRA welcomed the Government's intervention in the timber supply debate in Victoria. [Full Text]

The ORIC has placed Queensland's Gunggandji PBC Aboriginal Corporation under special administration. [Full Text]

IBA a Start-Up Finance Package and a Procurement Loan program. [Full Text]

ACPET welcomed the passage of legislation to establish a VET Student Loans Ombudsman. [Full Text]

ASQA issued a newsletter. [Full Text]

The RUN universities said an RAI index shows that nation still has a long way to go before regional Australians have the same educational attainment as those in major cities. [Full Text]

ISCA has written to all MPs to express concerns about the prospect of sudden and untimely changes to funding for schools. [Full Text]

COPHE called for the abolition of loan fees under the FEE-HELP scheme. [Full Text]

The OLT issued 'Exploring how university outreach activities can forge productive partnerships with families to assist first-in-family students navigate their higher education journey'. [Full Text]

The AIFS will host a webinar tomorrow: 'Innovative methods for studying children's everyday life'. [Full Text]

Science & Technology Australia announced the appointment of a Project Officer for its Superstars of STEM Program. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'France's extraordinary election'. [Full Text]

AFIC issued a World Risk Developments. [Full Text]

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