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Friday, 12 July 2019

FOREIGN / DEFENCE

The PM addressed the crew of the USS Ronald Reagan. [Full Text]

DEFENCE / NUCLEAR

The Lowy issued 'Professor White, the bomb can endanger but not defend Australia'. [Full Text]

FOREIGN

ASPI issued 'The beginning of the end of Erdogan?'. [Full Text]

FOREIGN / UNIONS / JUSTICE

The ACTU condemned the arrest of an Indonesian union leader. [Full Text]

GENERAL

Treasurer Frydenberg discussed economic, Budget, infrastructure and tax policy on 2GB. [Full Text]

AG Porter discussed PFAS contamination at RAAF Pearce and religious freedom policy on 6PR. [Full Text]

Shadow Treasurer Chalmers discussed a MyGov outage, tax, ATO staffing, Indigenous recognition, and Iran policy at a doorstop. [Full Text]

WORKPLACE RELATIONS / WAGES / JUSTICE

Shadow Minister Burke said the PM should ditch his attacks on the union movement and focus on low wage growth, wage theft and worker exploitation. [Full Text]

DIVERSITY

Shadow Minister Giles said reports that the Queensland LNP is considering a proposal to dictate to Muslim women how they should dress are offensive and deeply concerning. [Full Text]

ENERGY / INDUSTRY / FINANCE / NORTHERN AUSTRALIA

KAP MP Katter applauded the NAIF finance for the Kidston Pumped-Hydro project. [Full Text]

INDIGENOUS

Professor Anne Twomey discussed indigenous recognition policy on The World Today. [Full Text]

INDIGENOUS / SOCIAL SERVICES

ACOSS issued a statement on constitutional recognition of Australia's first peoples. [Full Text]

NUCLEAR / REGIONAL / INDIGENOUS / JUSTICE

DIIS welcomed a court's decision in Barngarla Determination Aboriginal Corporation v. District Council of Kimba. [Full Text]

EDUCATION / MATHEMATICS

The Chief Scientist addressed the Association of Mathematics Teachers 2019 conference. [Full Text]

EDUCATION

Catholic Education announced the appointment of Peter Hamill as Deputy Director. [Full Text]

VET

ITECA announced a partnership agreement with TAFE SA. [Full Text]

HEALTH

The AMA issued a submission to the MBS Review Pain Management Clinical Committee Report. [Full Text]

The ACSQHC issued a newsletter. [Full Text]

HEALTH / INDUSTRY

The TGA will host the 2019 Industry Forum on Good Manufacturing Practice in Melbourne in November. [Full Text]

AGED CARE

COTA welcomed the response of Minister Colbeck to evictions at a Gold Coast nursing home and called for a review of laws governing aged care providers and sub-contractors. [Full Text]

ARTS / COMMERCE / TRADE

The Australia Council issued 'Born Global: Australian music exports'. [Full Text]

TRADE

Austrade issued 'Why Austrade?' [Full Text]

COMMERCE

CEDA announced Diane Smith-Gander as chair-elect and Professor Jeff Borland and Dr Gordon de Brouwer as directors. [Full Text]

RESOURCES / RESEARCH

ASPI issued 'Supporting a rare-earths industry in Australia'. [Full Text]

MURRAY-DARLING

The MDBA issued a weekly report. [Full Text]

NOT-FOR-PROFIT

The ACNC issued a Commissioner's Column. [Full Text]

TRANSPORT / ECONOMY / DEMOGRAPHY

BITRE issued 'Relationship between transport use and income in Australia'. [Full Text]

ECONOMY / DEMOGRAPHY

The ACTU said inequality continues to rise as wealthy households seize more wealth (see Second Edition). [Full Text]

GENERAL

Treasurer Frydenberg discussed infrastructure, Budget, tax and indigenous recognition policy on Sky. [Full Text]

Minister Dutton and Anthony Albanese discussed Setka/ALP, media/justice and Indigenous recognition policy on Today. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Rishworth discussed Indigenous recognition, religious freedom and tax policy on ABC24. [Full Text]

The UK High Commissioner discussed UK/US relations, media/justice and UK/Australia trade policy on 7.30. [Full Text]

The Grattan issued 'Lessons from Australia's intergenerational election'. [Full Text]

MURRAY-DARLING

Minister McCormack slammed Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young's visit to the southern Riverina over water as "kicking farmers when they are down". [Full Text]

ICT / PUBLIC SERVICE / COMMERCE

Minister Robert said digital services contracts worth over $500m have been awarded through the Digital Marketplace. [Full Text]

INDIGENOUS

A transcript Minister Wyatt's Press Club Q&A is online. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Burney discussed Indigenous recognition policy on Sky. [Full Text]

Ms Burney held a doorstop. [Full Text]

VET

Minister Cash was interviewed on 2GB. [Full Text]

ENERGY / INDUSTRY / FINANCE / NORTHERN AUSTRALIA

Minister Canavan welcomed NAIF finance of up to $610m for Genex's pumped hydro project west of Townsville (see yesterday's Third Edition). [Full Text]

ENERGY / INDUSTRY

The AER issued a new version of the Compliance Reporting Best Practice Manual to support the Electricity Distribution Ring-fencing Guideline. [Full Text]

TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE / CITIES

Minister McCormack and the NSW Premier and Minister said two of Sydney's M4 tunnels are open. [Full Text]

INFRASTRUCTURE

Shadow Minister King said the Government should work with states to stimulate the economy by delivering hundreds of infrastructure projects. [Full Text]

AGED CARE

Minister Colbeck expressed concern and anger over the eviction of residents of a Queensland aged care facility. [Full Text]

FOREIGN / JUSTICE

The Parliamentary Library issued 'Capital punishment in our region'. [Full Text]

FOREIGN / ANTARCTICA

The Lowy issued 'The heights of China's ambition in Antarctica'. [Full Text]

FOREIGN / DEFENCE

ASPI issued 'Policy, Guns and Money: War in 2025 - 'like war', hypersonics and the Indo-Pacific' (audio). [Full Text]

DEFENCE

The Lowy issued 'Paying a blood price: understanding the casualty cost of intensive war'. [Full Text]

ARTS / DEFENCE / INDIGENOUS

The War Memorial said artist Megan Cope is the first female Aboriginal official war artist. [Full Text]

COUNTER-TERROR / SOCIAL SCIENCES

ASPI issued 'The long road to deradicalisation for families of Australia's foreign fighters'. [Full Text]

FINANCE / COMMERCE

ASIC issued information on 58 financial services licensees and 217 credit licensees who had not obtained AFCA membership. [Full Text]

HEALTH

The TGA issued 'Tocilizumab and hepatotoxicity'. [Full Text]

The TGA urged Australians to return unused prescription pain relief medicines to a pharmacy. [Full Text]

HEALTH / COMMERCE

The ACCC announced a safety review of products designed for infants such as bouncers, rockers and inclined sleep products. [Full Text]

COMMERCE / JUSTICE

The Alcohol Beverages Advertising Code issued its Q2 2019 report. [Full Text]

METEOROLOGY / AGRICULTURE / TRADE

ABARES issued a Weekly Australian Climate, Water and Agricultural Update. [Full Text]

MEDIA / SOCIAL SCIENCES

The ABC and USyd announced the recipients of the 2019 Top 5 Humanities and Social Sciences Media Residencies. [Full Text]

ECONOMY / DEMOGRAPHY

The ABS issued 'Household Income and Wealth, Australia, 2017-18'. [Full Text]

The ABS issued 'Survey of Income and Housing, User Guide, Australia, 2017-18'. [Full Text]

ECONOMY / TOURISM

The ABS issued 'Overseas Arrivals and Departures, Australia, May 2019'. [Full Text]

FINANCE / COMMERCE / FOREIGN

The RBA Deputy Governor addressed the FX Week USA event in New York. [Full Text]

FOI / DEFENCE / JUSTICE

Defence issued its response to a request for information on call out powers in the case of civil disobedience/unrest. [Full Text]

Defence issued a schedule of released documents. [Full Text]

Defence issued the released documents (5.8Mb). [Full Text]

FOI / ICT / COMMERCE

DCA issued working documents related to a paper published in February 2018: 'Demand for fixed-line Broadband in Australia'. [Full Text]

FOI / AVIATION

DIRD issued approvals to operate drones in the ACT in April and May. [Full Text]

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