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The PM discussed north Queensland flood recovery, foreign-fighter orphans, Adani, tax and drought policy at a doorstop. [Full Text]

The PM said a State Memorial Service for former PM Hawke will be held at the Sydney Opera House on 14/6. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Carr said he will not renominate for the Shadow Ministry. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Neumann issued a statement on the election. [Full Text]

PM&C announced a new Open Government Partnership Australia website. [Full Text]

Minister Cormann issued the April General Government Sector Financial Statements. [Full Text]

Minister Canavan issued a statement on the Queensland government's timelines for Adani approvals. [Full Text]

Minister Colbeck said Australians have rejected Labor's marine park policy. [Full Text]

Greenpeace said its support has skyrocketed in the wake of the election result. [Full Text]

APPEA announced the appointment of Georgy Mayo as its Queensland Director and Claire Wilkinson as WA Director. [Full Text]

DIIS issued documents regarding the Shenua Watermark coalmine project (extremely redacted). [Full Text]

The AEMC issued a presentation to the EUAA conference. [Full Text]

DIIS issued documents regarding Vales Point Power Station (heavily redacted). [Full Text]

Engineers Oz issued 'What does the Coalition's policy agenda means for engineering?' [Full Text]

CA Senator Patrick said the US decision to charge Julian Assange with new offences threatens freedom of the press. [Full Text]

The Lowy issued 'Indonesia: don't over-react to Jakarta violence'. [Full Text]

The Lowy issued 'Bob Hawke's Asia legacy'. [Full Text]

The ACCC has joined the International Competition Network's 'Framework on Competition Agency Procedures'. [Full Text]

The ATO said it will be visiting up to 400 small businesses in Maroochydore as part of a crackdown on the black economy. [Full Text]

auDA warned of scam offers to register domain names similar to .au domain names. [Full Text]

The RBA issued 'Payments System Board Update: May 2019 Meeting'. [Full Text]

Croplife issued its submission to the review of Tasmania's GM crops moratorium. [Full Text]

AFMA said an ABC Catalyst program breached the impartiality provisions of its Code of Practice. [Full Text]

The ABC issued a response to that report. [Full Text]

The MDBA said water will be available to trade from above the Barmah Choke to below the choke at the start of the 2019-20 irrigation year. [Full Text]

GA issued an Australian Rainfall and Runoff update. [Full Text]

The Copyright Agency named a teacher at Carinya Christian School in Gunnedah as its Cultural Fund's first Reading Australia Fellow for a Teacher of English and Literacy. [Full Text]

Austrade issued information from the Australia China Education Business Planning Summit. [Full Text]

The Go8 issued its submission to DFAT on the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership negotiation. [Full Text]

ITECA issued 'What Will the Re-elected Coalition Government Mean?' [Full Text]

ITECA said its formation kick-starts debate on tertiary education reform. [Full Text]

DET said nominations for the 2019 Australian Training Awards close on 31/5. [Full Text]

The ADHA issued new versions of SNOMED CT and the Australian Medicines Terminology. [Full Text]

The AHRC issued information from a speech by the Race Discrimination Commissioner to an Iftar Dinner. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'It's time to make good on defence commitments to northern Australia'. [Full Text]

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