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Minister Payne said the Government is deeply disappointed that Dr Yang Hengjun has been transferred to criminal detention in China. [Full Text]

Minister Payne announced the appointment of Lloyd Brodrick as Ambassador to Poland with accreditation to the Czech Republic and Lithuania. [Full Text]

Minister Payne announced the appointment of Bruce Lendon as High Commissioner to Trinidad and Tobago with accreditation to 16 other nations. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'The age of cynical voters'. [Full Text]

Minister Taylor welcomed an AEMO report on the transmission network in Western Victoria (see Second Edition). [Full Text]

Minister Birmingham addressed the launch of a Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain project at Port Hastings in Victoria (see Second Edition). [Full Text]

Minister McCormack announced $5.4m for 24 Heavy Vehicle Safety Initiative grants. [Full Text]

The TGA issued guidance on the testing of biological medicines. [Full Text]

Minister Andrews discussed construction regulation and space policy and the Moon landing anniversary on ABC Gold Coast. [Full Text]

Liberal MP Falinski and Labor Senator Kitching discussed drought, Newstart and employment policy and Calombaris/wage underpayment on ABC24. [Full Text]

Minister Ruston congratulated Kurt Fearnley on being appointed the 2019 Patron for International Day of People with Disability. [Full Text]

Minister Colbeck announced terms of reference for an inquiry into the forced relocation of residents of the Earle Haven Retirement Village. [Full Text]

Minister Colbeck addressed Earle Haven residents. [Full Text]

Shadows Butler and Butler said the GBR Marine Park Authority's climate position statement calls for "the strongest and fastest" possible action to reduce emissions. [Full Text]

The GBRMPA statement is online. [Full Text]

Greens Senator McKim said a veil of secrecy continues to surround detention centres on Manus Island and Nauru. [Full Text]

KAP MP Katter announced discussions with ALP Shadows on his proposal to abolish APRA and ASIC and other reforms. [Full Text]

The FSC issued a response to ASIC's proposal to ban cold call marketing of life and consumer credit insurance (see yesterday's Second Edition). [Full Text]

The Insurance Council said agreement between the states and territories on implementing nationally consistent building standards is a step in the right direction. [Full Text]

auDA issued an update on reconstitution of its board. [Full Text]

The APO posted 'Domestic violence, social security and the couple rule'. [Full Text]

The MDBA issued a weekly report. [Full Text]

The AEU said more TAFE funding is the answer to reversing the VET decline. [Full Text]

CSIRO marked the Moon landing anniversary. [Full Text]

'Browsing a Bulletin is like getting a quick readout of the day's metadata' - a new subscriber. [Full Text]

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