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The PM and Treasurer Frydenberg discussed the Wentworth by-election, political issues and border security and climate policy at a doorstop. [Full Text]

Minister Pyne discussed the Wentworth by-election, political issues and an ANAO audit of a Defence contract on RN. [Full Text]

Bill Shorten discussed the Wentworth by-election and child abuse survivors at a doorstop. [Full Text]

Shadow Ministers Plibersek and King discussed ovarian cancer research funding and political issues at a doorstop. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Butler discussed the Wentworth by-election and climate and energy policy at a doorstop. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Burke discussed the Wentworth by-election and border security policy at a doorstop. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Marles discussed those topics on ABC Melbourne. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Dodson delivered the 2018 Light on the Hill speech. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Leigh discussed the Wentworth by-election, border security policy and political issues on Sky. [Full Text]

Independent MP McGowan said stable government must continue. [Full Text]

Minister Taylor said ARENA will provide $6m to a project to install electric vehicle charging stations between Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide and in WA. [Full Text]

Minister Taylor has discussed an SA community battery project on ABC Adelaide. [Full Text]

AG Porter said the Government has toughened laws around international parental child abductions. [Full Text]

The AHRC welcomed the National Apology to Victims and Survivors of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse. [Full Text]

Minister Payne announced the appointment of Brett Hackett as Ambassador to Argentina with accreditation to Paraguay and Uruguay. [Full Text]

The Lowy issued 'Thawing tensions in the Himalaya'. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'The disruptive power of ethnic nationalism'. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'Making sure we're seen and heard across the sea'. [Full Text]

Minister Pyne issued information from the ASEAN Defence Ministers' Meeting-Plus in Singapore. [Full Text]

Ministers Ciobo and Pyne announced the delivery of Australia's 10th F-35A fighter. [Full Text]

Ministers McCormack, McKenzie, Ley and Broad said 16 applications have been shortlisted for Regional Growth Fund grants. [Full Text]

Minister Fifield issued two reports into disruptions to the Triple Zero service and announced the government's response. [Full Text]

Minister Robert invited comment on draft regulations for gift card reforms. [Full Text]

Shadow Ministers King and Plibersek committed $150k to the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation. [Full Text]

ANSTO issued the report from a review of ANSTO Health's approach to occupational radiation safety and operational procedures. [Full Text]

ARPANSA issued a statement on that report. [Full Text]

CSIRO said a survey found 65% of people aged 51-70 years and 86% of people over 71 did not think resistance exercise was important for weight loss and overall health. [Full Text]

Greens MP Bandt said the Wentworth by-election result makes it clear that if you're a government without a plan to tackle climate change you need to plan for your demise. [Full Text]

The Climate Council said the Wentworth by-election was a referendum on climate change. [Full Text]

TEQSA has announced changes to higher education provider registration and course accreditation. [Full Text]

The Mitchell Institute called for government action to boost capabilities across all stages of learning. [Full Text]

ACPET issued a newsletter. [Full Text]

TAFE Directors issued a newsletter [Full Text]

The IGT welcomed the release of his report into the ATO's fraud control management. [Full Text]

The ATO said that report found no evidence of internal fraud or corruption of a systemic nature within the ATO. [Full Text]

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