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Minister Cormann discussed school funding, tax and gender/super policy, UN/MPs and political issues on Sky. [Full Text]

Treasurer Frydenberg was interviewed on 2GB (audio). [Full Text]

Treasurer Frydenberg was interviewed on RN (audio). [Full Text]

Minister Pyne and Shadow Minister Albanese discussed school funding and aged care policy and political and sport issues on Today. [Full Text]

Bill Shorten discussed the Longford explosion anniversary, school funding policy and political issues at a doorstop. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Plibersek discussed school funding and political issues at a doorstop. [Full Text]

Mr Albanese addressed an Infrastructure Partnerships Australia event. [Full Text]

Mr Albanese discussed 'Vision: The Key to Nation Building' in a speech. [Full Text]

Treasurer Frydenberg said Australia's AAA credit rating has been reaffirmed by Standard & Poor's. [Full Text]

AiGroup said the US/China trade war and protectionism risk putting the world on a path to recession. [Full Text]

The BCA said with US-China trade tensions rising, Australia needs to double down on getting competitive. [Full Text]

Austrade issued a presentation on Vietnam's mining industry. [Full Text]

Minister Canavan issued a report from the Resources 2030 Taskforce. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Madeleine King noted that report. [Full Text]

The Minerals Council said that report confirms the mining industry is a huge contributor to the economy. [Full Text]

APPEA welcomed that report. [Full Text]

Minister O'Dwyer and the SA Minister said a National Summit on Reducing Violence Against Women and Their Children will be held in Adelaide next month. [Full Text]

PM&C issued information on that summit. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister O'Connor said the Liberals have failed to prioritise domestic violence leave. [Full Text]

AG Porter said the National Archives Preservation Facility in Canberra was officially named the Peter Durack Building. [Full Text]

Minister Chester said 200 ex-Army Land Rovers will be made available to the RSL for use on ANZAC Day and other ceremonies. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'Going forward to Manus'. [Full Text]

The Lowy issued 'China's aid: the image boost'. [Full Text]

IA said the Gawler Rail Line Electrification and Modernisation Project is now a Priority Project on the Infrastructure Priority List. [Full Text]

Minister Tudge welcomed that listing. [Full Text]

IA said the Ballarat Line Upgrade is now a Priority Project on the Infrastructure Priority List. [Full Text]

Shadow Treasurer Bowen said Treasurer Frydenberg was playing politics on comprehensive credit reporting legislation (see Second Edition). [Full Text]

The SME Ombudsman welcomed an RBA small business finance report (see yesterday's Second Edition). [Full Text]

The RBA issued the Payments System Board's 2017-18 annual report. [Full Text]

ASIC extended relief for foreign financial services providers to serve Australian clients without an Australian financial services licence. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Leigh said Labor would clamp down on unsubstantiated allowances for travel to tax havens and target 'passport shopping'. [Full Text]

Mr Leigh discussed tax havens in a speech. [Full Text]

Shadow frontbenchers Rowland, Dreyfus and Husic said the Government introduced its encryption only 10 days since submissions to its exposure draft closed (see First Edition). [Full Text]

The TIO issued a statement on the commencement of ACMA's telco rules (see Second Edition). [Full Text]

ACMA issued the program for RadComms 2018. [Full Text]

The ABC said almost every major factual detail in a Guardian Australia item is wrong. [Full Text]

The ADHA issued updated versions of SNOMED CT AU[1] and the Australian Medicines Terminology. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Cameron welcomed the Government's decision to waive the debts of students ripped off by dodgy providers. [Full Text]

AHISA welcomed progress towards finalising funding for non-government schools but said there is more to be done. [Full Text]

Universities Australia welcomed changes to proposed laws on electoral disclosure (see First Edition). [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Collins said Minister Wyatt must release the latest waitlist for home care packages. [Full Text]

The PBO issued a policy costing provided to Independent MP McGowan: 'Pension assets test - equity for rural pensioners - reduce 20 year rule to 10 years'. [Full Text]

DAWR invited comment on a proposed wine export label directory. [Full Text]

The MDBA issued a weekly report. [Full Text]

APVMA issued a regulatory update. [Full Text]

The CER named dates in December for the next Emissions Reduction Fund auction. [Full Text]

The CRCA issued a newsletter. [Full Text]

'Your summaries are pithy and succinct...carefully written against tight deadlines' - a recent trialster. [Full Text]

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