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The PM and Minister Hunt announced $5m to give children with high risk brain cancer access to clinical trials and genetic testing. [Full Text]

The OGTR granted a licence to Clinical Network Services for a clinical trial of a genetically modified respiratory syncytial virus vaccine. [Full Text]

Minister Hunt discussed MyHealthRecord, health insurance policy and the child brain cancer funding on ABC Melbourne. [Full Text]

The CHF said MyHealthRecord will depend on consumers ensuring the system works for them in a way they can trust. [Full Text]

The AMA president discussed MyHealthRecord on ABC Melbourne. [Full Text]

Members Health welcomed health insurance reform (see yesterday's Bulletin). [Full Text]

Private Healthcare Australia's CEO David discussed health insurance classification on 5AA. [Full Text]

Ms David was interviewed on 6PR. [Full Text]

Ms David was interviewed on ABC Adelaide. [Full Text]

The AMA president discussed health insurance policy on 6PR. [Full Text]

Minister Dutton discussed Safer Communities grants, immigration and border security policy, the Thai cave rescue and political issues on Tasmania Talks. [Full Text]

Minister McKenzie discussed population/immigration, sport in schools and education policy on Sky. [Full Text]

Bill Shorten discussed recreational fishing, immigration, health insurance, MyHealthRecord and population policy and political issues at a doorstop. [Full Text]

Shadow Treasurer Bowen said Treasurer Morrison has put the Liberal Party's interests before Treasury's reputation. [Full Text]

Minister McVeigh announced $208m for 136 Building Better Regions grants. [Full Text]

Minister Tehan invited applications for $328m in Financial Wellbeing and Capability Activity grants. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Cameron discussed 'Responding to older persons' homelessness -what works'. In a speech. [Full Text]

The NDIS issued a Q&A on housing support. [Full Text]

Minister O'Dwyer and ATO and ASIC speakers discussed phoenix regulation policy at a media stop (see Second Edition). [Full Text]

Shadow Ministers O'Connor and Leigh said the Government is failing to take action to stop phoenixing. [Full Text]

Minister Dutton announced $194k for two Safer Communities grants in Braddon. [Full Text]

LDP Senator Leyonhjelm said he has introduced three bills to improve free speech. [Full Text]

Minister Andrews addressed the VET Policy Forum. [Full Text]

Minister Andrews marked the millionth apprentice to be signed up with Apprenticeship Network Provider MEGT. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Cameron addressed the VET Policy Forum. [Full Text]

The ACDE issued a study of student selection by Initial Teacher Education Providers. [Full Text]

The AEDC issued a newsletter. [Full Text]

The ACDE issued 'Taking a more holistic look at science and maths teacher recruitment'. [Full Text]

The Ombudsman issued 'Investigation into the Actions and Decisions of the Department of

Veterans' Affairs in Relation to Mr A'. [Full Text]

PM&C issued 'Behavioural Economics driving innovation across the APS'. [Full Text]

The Grattan issued 'Policy overload: why the ACCC says household solar subsidies should be abolished'. [Full Text]

The MDBA issued a weekly report. [Full Text]

The NFF marked Farm Safety Week 2018. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'Avoiding a free-for-all: the Outer Space Treaty revisited'. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'The trouble with Telegram (part 2)'. [Full Text]

Defence issued its response to a request for information regarding Nature of Service classifications. [Full Text]

Defence issued the released information. [Full Text]

The Lowy issued 'Indonesian tourism booms, Australia misses out'. [Full Text]

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