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The PM discussed Erdogan/Christchurch and Anzac Day/Gallipoli at a press conference. [Full Text]

The PM discussed Erdogan/Christchurch, immigration, irrigation infrastructure and dairy policy on 2GB. [Full Text]

Minister Taylor discussed climate, immigration and wages policy at a doorstop. [Full Text]

Minister Taylor discussed climate and immigration policy and the Christchurch attack on RN. [Full Text]

Minister Taylor discussed climate, agriculture and energy policy on 5AA. [Full Text]

Minister Taylor discussed climate, immigration and gun regulation policy on Sky. [Full Text]

Minister Birmingham, Shadow Minister Rishworth and CA MP Sharkie discussed the Christchurch attack, multicultural policy, Senator Anning and One Nation on ABC Adelaide. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Wong said the PM must end his weasel words on preferencing One Nation and Senator Anning. [Full Text]

The PM and Ministers McKenzie, Tehan, Tudge and Coleman issued a population policy. [Full Text]

Bill Shorten and Shadow Ministers Cameron and King committed $4.85m for three Disability and Aged Care Vocational Education Centres in WA. [Full Text]

Universities Australia welcomed incentives for university students and graduates to study and work in regional Australia. [Full Text]

The ACCI issued its submission to the review of Australian Qualifications Framework. [Full Text]

IHEA issued its submission to that review. [Full Text]

The RUN universities welcomed scholarships to tertiary domestic and international students who study at regional campuses. [Full Text]

Minister McKenzie said the Albury Wodonga region will pilot a Regional Deal. [Full Text]

The BCA said a focus on regions and infrastructure are welcome additions to the population debate. [Full Text]

Minister Andrews opened USQ's Institute for Advanced Engineering and Space Sciences in Toowoomba. [Full Text]

Minister McKenzie issued the Government's response to the Regional Telecommunications Review and announced $60m for a Regional Connectivity Program. [Full Text]

Minister McKenzie announced $160m for the Mobile Black Spot Program. [Full Text]

Treasurer Frydenberg issued the Government's response to its digital economy consultation. [Full Text]

NBNCo issued a weekly progress report. [Full Text]

ARPANSA issued '5G: the new generation of the mobile phone network and health'. [Full Text]

Minister O'Dwyer addressed the jobactive CEO Forum. [Full Text]

Shadow Ministers O'Connor and Terri Butler said changes to employment services do nothing to fix the Youth Jobs PaTH program or Work for the Dole (see Second Edition). [Full Text]

The ACCI welcomed reforms to employment services. [Full Text]

The BCA welcomed those reforms. [Full Text]

The SME Ombudsman welcomed those reforms. [Full Text]

Minister Andrews announced $840k for Toowoomba's Southern Queensland Innovation in Export Hub. [Full Text]

Mr Shorten and Shadow Ministers Clare and Carr committed to make Perth the home base for an Australian Future Mines centre. [Full Text]

The Minerals Council's CEO addressed its 2019 Tax Conference. [Full Text]

The CRCA issued a newsletter. [Full Text]

AgriFutures issued 'Review of Fresh Litter Supply, Management and Spent Litter Utilisation'. [Full Text]

AgriFutures issued 'Review of AME bioassay for ingredient matrix values of poultry'. [Full Text]

The Livestock Exporters' Council welcomed the final report from the Review of the Australian Standards for the Export of Livestock (see yesterday's Third Edition). [Full Text]

The NFF welcomed a move by Coles to increase the price of its private label milk. [Full Text]

The Wentworth Group issued 'Review of Victoria's North and Murray Water Resource Plan'. [Full Text]

Minister Pyne hosted his Timor-Leste counterpart in Adelaide. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'Border Force shortage shows need for a new approach to Australia's civil maritime security'. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'Managing our resources: women, mining and conflict in the Asia-Pacific'. [Full Text]

The Lowy issued 'The K-Pop sex and drugs scandal sweeping South Korea'. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'We must examine the mindsets of terrorists-and of those who follow them'. [Full Text]

The Lowy issued 'Aid links: cyclones, "confusopoly", collaboration, more'. [Full Text]

ACIAR issued information on an event in Melbourne to promote PNG's cocoa industry. [Full Text]

Minister Wyatt said $467m for subsidy increases takes effect today. [Full Text]

Bill Shorten and Shadow Ministers Plibersek and Burney issued a statement on domestic violence policy. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Albanese said the Coalition should get behind genuine high speed rail. [Full Text]

Mr Shorten and Shadow Minister Burke committed to double the number of Indigenous Rangers in WA and expand the number of Indigenous Protected Areas. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister O'Neil and the AFPA president discussed AFP mental health policy at a doorstop. [Full Text]

The AMA issued 'Position Statement on Environmental Sustainability in Health Care 2019'. [Full Text]

AMA's Chris Moy discussed gun regulation on ABC Adelaide. [Full Text]

The Pharmacy Guild issued a newsletter. [Full Text]

Medicare issued its February statistics. [Full Text]

The TGA issued 'Q&A: Use of market authorisation evidence from comparable overseas regulatory bodies for medical devices'. [Full Text]

The TGA issued 'Pharmacovigilance Inspection Program metrics report: Sep 2017 - Dec 2018'. [Full Text]

PM&C's Behavioural Economics unit issued an interview with Filippo Cavassini (audio). [Full Text]

APRA's Manager Policy and Advice discussed 'Bank capital - behind the headlines' in a speech. [Full Text]

APRA said it will increase its scrutiny of how banks, insurers and superannuation trustees are managing the financial risks of climate change. [Full Text]

The Insurance Council issued 'Which 20 federal electorates are Australia's most flood-prone?' [Full Text]

AEMO issued 'Gas market reforms deliver improved trading capabilities to Australia's east coast'. [Full Text]

The ADC issued information on structural sections and aluminium extrusions. [Full Text]

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

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