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The PM discussed AUSTRAC/Westpac, bushfires, climate, infrastructure and aged care policy on AM. [Full Text]

The PM discussed AUSTRAC/Westpac, infrastructure, age/work and bushfires policy on 2GB. [Full Text]

The PM addressed the BCA dinner. [Full Text]

AG Porter discussed religion/justice, media/justice, union regulation and secondary boycott policy on Sky. [Full Text]

AG Porter discussed defamation, welfare debt, religion/justice and anti-corruption policy on ABC24. [Full Text]

AG Porter discussed AUSTRAC/Westpac and defamation policy on 6PR. [Full Text]

Minister Tudge discussed infrastructure and environmental approval policy on RN. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Plibersek discussed infrastructure, economic, Budget and age/work policy and AUSTRAC/Westpac on Sky. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Watt discussed bushfires and coal sector jobs on 4RO. [Full Text]

The BCA president addressed the BCA dinner. [Full Text]

Minister Ley issued information on the deregulation of environmental approvals. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Terri Butler said the announcement that environmental law applications will be able to be submitted online is an admission that cuts and mismanagement are at the heart of delayed approvals. [Full Text]

The review of the EPBC ACT invited submissions. [Full Text]

DEE invited comment on a draft guide to nationally protected species significantly impacted by paddock tree removal. [Full Text]

APPEA welcomed the Government's deregulation announcement. [Full Text]

The BCA welcomed that agenda. [Full Text]

NOPSEMA issued a bulletin. [Full Text]

CSIRO said a program is mixing artificial intelligence with traditional knowledge to solve environmental management problems at Kakadu. [Full Text]

Minister Littleproud said drought loans offering two years with no interest or repayments are now available from the RIC. [Full Text]

The RIC issued information on that program. [Full Text]

Minister Littleproud was interviewed on ABC Goldfields. [Full Text]

MLA announced a new board line-up. [Full Text]

Ministers Payne and Hunt said Australia is supporting Samoa's response to a measles outbreak. [Full Text]

Minister Coulton announced an Allied Health Rural Generalist Workforce and Education Scheme. [Full Text]

The Mitchell Institute issued 'Is Medicare Fair?'. [Full Text]

The TGA issued an update on influenza reagents. [Full Text]

The TGA issued an Assessment Report on Mepolizumab. [Full Text]

The NPSA said its members have adjusted delivery schedules and seconded other resources to deliver essential medicines during the bushfire emergency. [Full Text]

CSIRO and UNSW announced a tool that harnesses artificial intelligence and Twitter for earlier detection of acute disease events. [Full Text]

Minister Andrews announced $800k for a battery manufacturing plant in regional Victoria. [Full Text]

Minister Andrews issued information from a National Innovation Games event in Lismore. [Full Text]

The CER issued guidance on applications for Large-scale Generation Shortfall Charge refunds. [Full Text]

The AEMC issued a summary of submissions on proposed transmission access reforms. [Full Text]

The AEMC issued notes from a meeting of the technical working group on coordination of generation and transmission investment. [Full Text]

The AER has approved the 2020 gas transmission tariffs of APA Group's Victorian Transmission Services. [Full Text]

ACOSS called on the COAG Energy Council to improve the energy efficiency of homes. [Full Text]

Minister Duniam marked World Fisheries Day. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Plibersek said there are 29,000 fewer Queenslanders engaged in apprenticeships or traineeships than when the Coalition took office. [Full Text]

AiGroup said Ministers meeting in Brisbane tomorrow face a compelling imperative for action on VET reform. [Full Text]

The Minerals Council issued 'More to Mining Careers Guide'. [Full Text]

Shadow Treasurer Chalmers discussed AUSTRAC/Westpac on 5AA. [Full Text]

Shadow Ministers O'Connor and O'Neil said 45% of Australians think the government isn't doing enough to prepare for automation and more than 70% are worried about the impact of automation on the economy. [Full Text]

AiGroup welcomed the PM's comments about the complexity of the award system. [Full Text]

The RBA issued a statement from a meeting of the Payments System Board. [Full Text]

The ACCC chair discussed 'Improving Australia's productivity and consumer welfare' in a speech. [Full Text]

The ACCC said Telstra and Belong customers that upgraded to higher-speed NBN plans will be proactively contacted if they are not getting the maximum speed available. [Full Text]

ACMA issued 'Kids and mobiles: How Australian children are using mobile phones'. [Full Text]

DEE said a Victorian auto mechanic has been fined for illegal possession of cylinders of a synthetic greenhouse gas. [Full Text]

CEDA announced the appointment of Diane Smith-Gander as chair. [Full Text]

ATO Commissioner Hirschhorn discussed 'Future of tax administration' in a speech. [Full Text]

The Go8 welcomed the 2019 list of highly cited researchers from the Web of Science Group. [Full Text]

That publication is online. [Full Text]

NBNCo issued a bushfire recovery update. [Full Text]

The TIO announced assistance for consumers impacted by bushfires. [Full Text]

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner addressed the AbSec Biennial Conference. [Full Text]

The Lowy issued 'How the regime extinguishes Iran's "Petroleum Protests"'. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'Protests over petrol put Iran's government on notice'. [Full Text]

ASPI issued a national security wrap. [Full Text]

The Lowy issued 'Economic diplomacy: Australia's BRI, aid revamp, and integrating Asia'. [Full Text]

The Copyright Agency announced a new board lineup. [Full Text]

Defence said the 2019 Minister's Award for Achievement in Defence Science went to research that produced a surveillance algorithm. [Full Text]

BITRE issued 'Australian aggregate freight forecasts-2019 update'. [Full Text]

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