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The PM and Minister McCormack announced $10m for an urban renewal project in Devonport. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Albanese said a Labor vote in the WA by-elections would send the PM a message to reverse WA infrastructure cuts. [Full Text]

The Logistics Council issued information from the Inland Rail Conference. [Full Text]

The PM addressed a Tennant Creek welcome ceremony. [Full Text]

The PM addressed an event at the Papulu Apparr-Kari Language Centre. [Full Text]

CA Senator Patrick called on the Government to adopt CA's regional immigration approach. [Full Text]

AFPA said 7 in 10 voters in Braddon are more likely to vote for a candidate that supports North-West Tasmania's forest industries. [Full Text]

DCA issued documents relating to the Mobile Black Spot Program. [Full Text]

Ministers Bishop and Payne and their UK counterparts have discussed defence and trade policy, Brexit, Julian Assange and Flight MH17 in a press conference. [Full Text]

Austrade issued 'Australia's two-way trade with the world was up 11% to $763 billion in 2017'. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'New security reality demands new Australian policy'. [Full Text]

The Lowy issued 'A travel notebook to Marawi City'. [Full Text]

The Lowy issued 'Taiwan and Australia's refugee treatment deal'. [Full Text]

Minister O'Dwyer invited comment on draft legislation to remove tax deductibility of certain payments and expand the payment reporting system to 'road freight', 'information technology', and 'security, investigation or surveillance'. [Full Text]

Minister Laundy said Labor's candidate for Braddon contradicted Labor's tax policy. [Full Text]

ACMA issued new telco rules for NBN migration. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'Will our digital national identity survive our lack of care?' [Full Text]

Ministers Canavan and Seselja invited applications for grants from the CRC for Developing Northern Australia. [Full Text]

Minister Andrews congratulated those shortlisted to represent Australia at the WorldSkills International Championships in 2019. [Full Text]

ASQA issued a course proposal template for providers applying to register English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students. [Full Text]

TAFE Directors issued a newsletter. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Burney discussed Centrelink and the energy supplement on ABC Tasmania. [Full Text]

Greens MP Bandt said Minister Tudge was misrepresenting crime stats to beat a racist drum. [Full Text]

The Grattan issued 'The Government's draft super Bill will make retirees better off'. [Full Text]

NOPSEMA issued information on new management plans marine parks. [Full Text]

DEE issued 'Threat Abatement Plan for the impacts of marine debris on the vertebrate wildlife of Australia's coasts and oceans'. [Full Text]

The Medical Board said the Victorian tribunal has suspended a GP for inappropriately prescribing and/or providing medical treatment. [Full Text]

BITRE issued its June road death data. [Full Text]

The IGCC issued 'Investing in Resilience: Tools and Frameworks for Managing Physical Risk'. [Full Text]

IP Australia invited comment on draft legislation for the second set of measures in response to the PC report on Australia's IP arrangements. [Full Text]

The ADC issued information on rod in coils, reinforcing bar, pallet racking and railway wheels. [Full Text]

NICNAS issued information on its new fees and charges. [Full Text]

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