Sunday, 5 May 2019

GENERAL

Bill Shorten addressed the Labor campaign launch. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Plibersek addressed the Labor campaign launch. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Wong addressed the campaign launch. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Dodson addressed the campaign launch. [Full Text]

The PM addressed a NSW central coast campaign rally. [Full Text]

The PM discussed tax, health, Korea, free speech and negative gearing policy, troubled candidates and political issues at a doorstop. [Full Text]

Bill Shorten and Senator Keneally discussed environment, climate and Adani policy, troubled candidates and political issues at a doorstop. [Full Text]

Treasurer Frydenberg discussed political issues, troubled candidates, economic, climate, super/tax, and tax and budget policy on Insiders. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Wong discussed political issues on ABC24. [Full Text]

Minister Dutton has discussed troubled candidates and political issues on Sky. [Full Text]

Shadow Treasurer Bowen discussed Budget policy and troubled candidates at a doorstop. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Chalmers discussed political issues, wages, health, mental health, tax, climate and coal policy on Sky. [Full Text]

Greens MP Bandt issued a statement on the withdrawal of his Labor opponent. [Full Text]

A transcript of Friday's Leaders Debate is online. [Full Text]

The Liberals issued a 'Labor lies vs The facts'. [Full Text]

The Liberals issued a 'Labor lies vs The facts'. [Full Text]

ENVIRONMENT

Mr Shorten and Shadow Ministers Burke and Butler committed more than $1b to environment programs. [Full Text]

ENVIRONMENT / AGRICULTURE

Minister Littleproud said Labor's environment policy dodged vegetation management. [Full Text]

DISABILITY / MEDIA

Shadow Minister Rowland committed $4m to the ABC and SBS to deliver 14 hours of audio described TV content per week. [Full Text]

REGIONAL

Minister McKenzie said Labor has yet to outline plans for regional and rural Australia. [Full Text]

EDUCATION

Shadow Minister Plibersek addressed the NSW Teachers Federation Council. [Full Text]

HEALTH

The PM and Minister Hunt committed $100m for southeast Queensland cancer and mental health services and hospital infrastructure. [Full Text]

Mr Shorten and Ms King committed $500m to upgrade and expand emergency departments. [Full Text]

Minister Hunt said Labor's attack on health insurance would lead to a blow out in wait times for surgery. [Full Text]

Mr Hunt said another day and another lie on hospital funding from Mr Shorten. [Full Text]

HEALTH / MENTAL HEALTH

Ms King was interviewed on ABC24. [Full Text]

MENTAL HEALTH

Mr Shorten and Shadow Ministers King, Collins and Brown committed $6m to Kids Helpline. [Full Text]

Mr Shorten and Ms King committed nearly $200m to headspace Plus. [Full Text]

TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE / REGIONAL

The PM committed $70m to central coast road projects. [Full Text]

TAX / COMMERCE / EMPLOYMENT

Mr Shorten and Shadows Bowen and O'Connor committed to a 30% tax cut for companies with turnover of less than $10m for up to five new workers' salaries for their first year of employment. [Full Text]

TAX / COMMERCE / FOREIGN

Mr Shorten and Shadows Bowen, Chalmers and Leigh committed to stop multinationals getting a tax deduction when they shift payments to arms of their own company that pose tax risk. [Full Text]

SOCIAL MEDIA / JUSTICE

The PM and Minister Fifield committed to a crackdown on social media platforms and online predators and trolls. [Full Text]

SPORT

Mr Shorten and Shadow Minister Farrell committed $7m for a National Cricket Campus. [Full Text]

INDIGENOUS

Mr Shorten and Shadow Minister Dodson issued a plan for a Fair Go for First Nations people. [Full Text]

ENERGY / INDUSTRY / CLIMATE

Shadow Minister Butler was interviewed on Weekend Today. [Full Text]

CLIMATE / FOREIGN

The GCCSI issued the results of a survey of US policy influencers on climate policy. [Full Text]

CARERS / DISABILITY / AGED CARE

Shadow Minister Brown issued a plan for carers. [Full Text]

CANBERRA IQ

Keeping you up to speed as the election campaign accelerates. [Full Text]

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