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The PM, Minister Reynolds and the ADF Chief discussed the PM's visit to Vietnam and the G7, Hormuz, US/Iran, religious freedom and Melbourne transport infrastructure policy and Cardinal Pell at a press conference. [Full Text]

Minister Ruston announced $493m over five years to establish a network of 16 Carer Gateway service providers. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Marles discussed the ADF Hormuz mission at a doorstop (see Second Edition). [Full Text]

CA Senator Patrick said the decision to join the Hormuz mission could draw Australia into a broader conflict. [Full Text]

The Lowy issued 'The reluctant coalition'. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'What Vietnam is looking for from Scott Morrison's visit'. [Full Text]

The Lowy issued 'After the attack: Supporting victims of terrorism in Indonesia'. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'China's information warfare darkens the doorstep of Twitter and Facebook'. [Full Text]

FIRB chair Irvine addressed the Australia-China Business Council. [Full Text]

The INSLM invited submissions to its review of the Telecommunications and Other Legislation Amendment (Assistance and Access) Act 2018. [Full Text]

The Law Council welcomed that consultation. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Catherine King addressed the Inland Rail Conference. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Giles discussed visa processing privatisation policy on ABC Far North Queensland. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister McBride marked Be Medicinewise Week. [Full Text]

CEDA issued information from a presentation by the Grattan's Dr Stephen Duckett. [Full Text]

Medicines Australia issued its submission to a Senate committee inquiry into the Intellectual Property Laws Amendment (Productivity Commission Response Part 2 and Other Measures) Bill 2019. [Full Text]

AHPRA issued a video on the practitioner notification process. [Full Text]

NACCHO issued information on its 2019 Men's Health Conference. [Full Text]

The AHRC issued resources to help organisations increase their knowledge of child safety. [Full Text]

The NTEU said the Government should advance with caution in considering any new guidelines on international research collaboration. [Full Text]

ASIC is investigating the progress of transition from grandfathered conflicted remuneration arrangements for financial advisers. [Full Text]

NBNCo issued a weekly progress report. [Full Text]

The Irrigators Council said 2017-18 ABS data show irrigation is doing its job. [Full Text]

The Wentworth Group issued its submission to a Senate inquiry into the Murray-Darling Basin Commission of Inquiry Bill 2019. [Full Text]

Agriculture announced a review of the Water for the Environment Special Account. [Full Text]

The Copyright Agency announced more than $500k for 25 Cultural Fund grants. [Full Text]

AiGroup issued 'Application to vary Security Services Industry Award 2010'. [Full Text]

The CRCA issued a newsletter. [Full Text]

'Great service, very useful. Much appreciated' - a Parliament House subscriber. [Full Text]

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