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Treasurer Frydenberg and Minister Cormann discussed the MYEFO at a press conference. [Full Text]

Shadow frontbenchers Bowen and Chalmers said the MYEFO shows the Liberals are too divided to care about Budget repair and economic management. [Full Text]

Messrs Bowen and Chalmers held a doorstop. [Full Text]

Greens Senator Waters said the MYEFO shows that the Coalition is out of touch with everyone who is feeling under pressure. [Full Text]

Greens MP Bandt said MYEFO joins 8 years of heroic wage growth forecasts that haven't come true. [Full Text]

The BCA said the MYEFO result is a positive sign for the future [Full Text]

The ACCI welcomed the improvement in the Budget bottom line. [Full Text]

AiGroup issued a commentary on the MYEFO. [Full Text]

The ACTU said the MYEFO revised down the Government's wage growth forecasts. [Full Text]

The Grattan issued 'More mirage than good management, MYEFO fails to hit its own targets'. [Full Text]

Minister Tehan announced $1.92b to universities in 2019 for research block grants. [Full Text]

Universities Australia said the MYEFO unveiled cuts of $328.5 million to research funding. [Full Text]

STA called for making scientific research a headline for the upcoming Budget. [Full Text]

The ATN universities expressed disappointment by the Government's decision to cut research funding. [Full Text]

The IRU universities said universities are facing "another budget horror". [Full Text]

The OGTR issued a newsletter. [Full Text]

Minister Andrews announced six appointments to the National Science and Technology Council. [Full Text]

The CHF welcomed $500m for primary care but called for more focus on preventive health measures. [Full Text]

The AMA welcomed continued support for medical indemnity insurance schemes. [Full Text]

The AMA welcomed funding for GPs. [Full Text]

AAMRI issued information from the MYEFO. [Full Text]

CSIRO said a study of diets across the globe shows they are lacking in vitamins and minerals essential for proper growth and development. [Full Text]

The Medical Board said the WA tribunal has reprimanded a surgeon for professional misconduct in his management of eight patients. [Full Text]

The TGA issued 'Public submissions on scheduling matters referred to the ACMS #24 and Joint ACMS-ACCS #19 meetings held in June 2018'. [Full Text]

Minister Pyne said the RAAF Chief of Joint Capabilities has been promoted to Air Marshal. [Full Text]

The Lowy issued 'How much autonomy is too much when it comes to waging war?' [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'Towards a multilateral arrangement for controlling nuclear weapons'. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'Australia's diplomatic course between China and the United States'. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'Morrison reaches sensible compromise on Jerusalem'. [Full Text]

The Lowy issued 'Responses to Australia's Israel capital decision'. [Full Text]

Treasurer Frydenberg discussed the MYEFO, Israel embassy policy and political issues on ABC Melbourne. [Full Text]

Bill Shorten addressed the Labor conference. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Leigh discussed Budget, negative gearing, border security and Newstart policy on Sky. [Full Text]

Austrade issued 'Australia: Benchmark Report'. [Full Text]

Minister Taylor launched the Business Energy Advice Program. [Full Text]

The ANAO issued a performance audit: 'Administration of the Renewable Energy Target'. [Full Text]

Greens MP Bandt said Australia is inhibiting climate action at home and abroad. [Full Text]

The CER said the eighth Emissions Reduction Fund auction resulted in 34 contracts for more than 3.27Mt of abatement. [Full Text]

Minister Littleproud has asked the Livestock Exporters' Council for a timeline for installation of new technology on live export ships. [Full Text]

Minister Hunt discussed aged care funding on 2GB. [Full Text]

Minister O'Dwyer announced expanded eligibility for Youth Jobs PaTH Internships. [Full Text]

Minister Tehan announced $52.2m over four years to tackle fraud and non-compliance issues in the childcare sector. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Rishworth said the MYEFO delivered nothing for pre-schoolers. [Full Text]

The ORIC announced the end of the special administration of Lismore's Ngunya Jarjum Aboriginal Corporation. [Full Text]

Shadow Ministers Plibersek and Cameron committed to appoint an Apprenticeship Advocate. [Full Text]

The NCVER issued 'Young people in education and training 2017'. [Full Text]

Ministers Andrews and Cash announced the members of a Small Business Advisory Group. [Full Text]

NBNCo said consumer data usage in December is expected to be 21% higher than the yearly average. [Full Text]

ASIC has applied to the Federal Court for an order compelling Clayton Utz to produce certain documents. [Full Text]

The ACCC instituted proceedings against Jetstar for false or misleading representations about consumer guarantee rights. [Full Text]

The ACCC said Jetstar, Tigerair, Qantas and Virgin Australia have committed to ensuring their refund policies and practices comply with their consumer guarantee obligations. [Full Text]

Minister Scullion said Labor has committed to abandoning remote communities and returning to sit down money. [Full Text]

Mr Shorten launched a Reconciliation Action Plan. [Full Text]

Minister Robert has discussed gender policy on 2GB. [Full Text]

Greens Senator Faruqi said Labor's housing announcement is tinkering around the edges. [Full Text]

Greens Senator McKim said Labor's commitment to offshore detention and boat turnbacks is disappointing but not surprising. [Full Text]

The ACNC has revoked the charity status of Diwan Al Dawla. [Full Text]

The AHRC has announced plans for a National Summit on Human Rights. [Full Text]

The AIC issued 'Understanding law enforcement information sharing for criminal intelligence purposes'. [Full Text]

The ANAO issued a performance audit: 'Implementation of the Annual Performance Statements Requirements 2017-18'. [Full Text]

BITRE issued 'Australian Infrastructure Statistics-Yearbook 2018'. [Full Text]

IP Australia launched a free, online IP education program. [Full Text]

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