The PM and the Indonesian President issued a statement. [Full Text]
The PM and the Indonesian President addressed the media. [Full Text]
The PM issued the opening remarks at his meeting with the Indonesian President. [Full Text]
Minister Bishop said the PM announced a Consulate-General for Surabaya, Indonesia's second-largest city. [Full Text]
Shadow Minister Penny Wong said she was pleased to meet Indonesia's Foreign Minister. [Full Text]
Minister Fierravanti-Wells is visiting Switzerland, Germany and Serbia. [Full Text]
Minister Cormann discussed political issues and Budget, tax and penalty rates policy on Sky. [Full Text]
Minister Canavan has discussed gas exploration, royalties and industry policy and political issues in a doorstop interview. [Full Text]
Minister Taylor and Shadow Minister Clare discussed political issues on Weekend Sunrise. [Full Text]
Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen discussed penalty rates policy and political issues on Insiders. [Full Text]
Minister Payne has discussed land acquisition for expanded training grounds on Queensland Country Hour. [Full Text]
Defence said Spanish, NZ and Italian vessels will take part in a naval exercise off WA. [Full Text]
Ministers Joyce, Ciobo and Hartsuyker welcomed changes to Indonesian import conditions for live cattle. [Full Text]
Austrade issued a Trade Winds newsletter. [Full Text]
Minister Ciobo congratulated the winners of the Qantas Australian Tourism Awards. [Full Text]
Minister Birmingham has addressed the opening of U Adelaide's Health and Medical Sciences Building. [Full Text]
Shadow Minister King said bungling of the National Cancer Screening Register will see some women wait up to six weeks for pap smear results. [Full Text]
Shadow Minister Butler said the Government is ignoring the advice of industry and experts on an emissions intensity scheme. [Full Text]
Greens MP Bandt said he welcomed Labor's change of position on penalty rates. [Full Text]
Greens Senator Ludlam said WA uranium projects are nothing more than a twinkle in the eye of pro-nuclear advocates. [Full Text]
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