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The PM and Ministers Hunt and Wyatt committed $95.4m for a Northern Territory Health Plan. [Full Text]

Minister Hunt said the Victorian Premier has politicised the flu season. [Full Text]

The TGA invited comment on proposed amendments to the Poisons Standard. [Full Text]

Bill Shorten and Shadow Ministers Albanese and Clare committed $244m for Townsville infrastructure projects. [Full Text]

KAP MP Katter said the ALP's promise of a new fund could only do better than the NAIF (see yesterday's Second Edition). [Full Text]

The PM and Minister Fletcher committed up to $2m for Multicultural Community Amenities Grants in the NT. [Full Text]

Minister Dutton committed $4m from Safer Communities Fund to NT projects. [Full Text]

The PM and Ministers Pyne and Reynolds said the 2019 US Marine Rotational Force - Darwin will reach the full complement of 2,500 for the first time. [Full Text]

PM&C issued 'Remembering the ANZACs: the Prime Minister and war correspondent', [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Butler discussed climate policy on RN. [Full Text]

The ACF issued 'Some real climate change facts for the Coalition'. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Butler committed to remove the Carbon Farming Initiative water rule. [Full Text]

Minister Birmingham discussed Gallipoli services and veterans and water buyback policy on AM. [Full Text]

Ministers McCormack, Canavan and Landry discussed a sailing club project, Adani, climate/coal, economic, penalty rates and casual/permanent employment policy and political issues at a Yeppoon doorstop. [Full Text]

Greens Senator Waters launched the Greens' Queensland campaign. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Burke committed to establish a Commission of Inquiry into the purchase of certain water entitlements from Eastern Australia Agriculture. [Full Text]

Ministers Birmingham and Scullion committed $40m to encourage Indigenous tourism enterprises. [Full Text]

The ACCI welcomed Labor's Tourism policy. [Full Text]

The Lowy issued 'Economic diplomacy: ASEAN trade, BRI deals and ageing Asia'. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Jones committed $11m to U Wollongong's Facility for Intelligent Fabrication. [Full Text]

CA Senator Patrick foreshadowed a Bill to improve 'Tax Haven' procurement transparency. [Full Text]

The PBO issued a costing request by LDP Senator Spender on 'Government-funded paid parental leave and child care subsidy'. [Full Text]

The ACTU welcomed Labor's commitment to a right to choose to convert from casual to secure work (see First Edition). [Full Text]

The ACCI said Labor's proposed changes to temporary skilled visas will impose big cost increases on small businesses. [Full Text]

The ABF said a Japanese national has been arrested at Melbourne Airport allegedly attempting to smuggle 19 native reptiles. [Full Text]

The ADC issued information on solid base angle. [Full Text]

The ABS issued 'Labour Force, Australia, Detailed - Electronic Delivery, Mar 2019'. [Full Text]

The ABS issued 'Consumer Price Index, Australia, Mar 2019'. [Full Text]

The RBA issued 'Explaining Monetary Spillovers: The Matrix Reloaded'. [Full Text]

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