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The PM discussed China, trade, Huawei, Pacific and Hong Kong policy in a Bloomberg Q&A. [Full Text]

Minister Robert addressed Early Childhood Intervention Oz. [Full Text]

Minister Robert announced a whole-of-government volume sourcing agreement with Amazon Web Services. [Full Text]

Ministers Fletcher and Wyatt welcomed the Federal Court's $2.3m fine of a company that sold thousands of fake Indigenous 'style' products (see yesterday's Third Edition). [Full Text]

Shadow Minister O'Connor said a PWC report shows that flammable cladding issues are damaging the construction industry and the government continues to shirk its responsibility. [Full Text]

ASIC invited submissions on the proposed administration of its new product intervention power. [Full Text]

ASIC issued a podcast by Commissioner Hughes and the chair of the European Securities and Markets Authority. [Full Text]

The APO posted 'Crossover kids': vulnerable children in the youth justice system' from Victoria's Sentencing Advisory committee. [Full Text]

DFAT issued a statement from a meeting with the US Overseas Private Investment Corporation, the Japan Bank for International Cooperation, and EFIC. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'What the end of Chimerica means for Europe'. [Full Text]

The AIHW issued 'Australia's mothers and babies data visualisations'. [Full Text]

The NHRA announced the appointment of Dr Gabrielle O'Kane as CEO. [Full Text]

The National Security Legislation Monitor will hold a public hearing from 0900 AEST for its review of the terrorism-related citizenship loss provisions in the Citizenship Act. [Full Text]

A program for that hearing is online. [Full Text]

That hearing will be webcast. [Full Text]

The Aged Care RC issued information on this week's hearings in Perth. [Full Text]

A witness list is online. [Full Text]

Those hearings will be webcast from 1130 AEST. [Full Text]

PM&C issued a draft legislation program for the Senate winter sittings. [Full Text]

The ADC issued a weekly update. [Full Text]

'One thing you get to realise from this service is how much is NOT reported by the usual media' - subscriber feedback. [Full Text]

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