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The PM discussed Queensland floods recovery and border security policy on 2GB. [Full Text]

The PM and the Tasmanian Premier discussed a new ship, border security, disability/abuse and panda/Adelaide policy, political issues and bushfires at a Burnie doorstop. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Plibersek discussed teacher training, school funding and border security policy and political issues on Today. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Rowland discussed energy, commerce, border security and housing policy and political issues on Sky. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Leigh discussed commerce/justice, competition, petrol prices and border security policy and political issues at a doorstop. [Full Text]

Mr Leigh discussed border security and commerce policy and political issues on ABC24. [Full Text]

Treasurer Frydenberg said the Government is taking action on the Finance RC recommendations. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Madeleine King introduced a Bill on pay day lending and consumer lease rip offs. [Full Text]

ASIC filed an appeal against a decision regarding Westpac subsidiaries. [Full Text]

NBNCo issued its half-year results. [Full Text]

Ministers Fifield and Cormann welcomed those results. [Full Text]

The Lowy issued 'Mark Zuckerberg and the revolt of the public'. [Full Text]

Ministers Hunt and Andrews announced $22.3m to MTPConnect for a Biomedical Translation Bridge initiative. [Full Text]

A new edition of the Medical Journal of Australia is online. [Full Text]

The TGA issued 'Upcoming changes to permissible indications for listed medicines'. [Full Text]

The ANAO issued a performance audit: 'Australian Government Funding of Public Hospital Services - Risk Management, Data Monitoring and Reporting Arrangements'. [Full Text]

Minister Taylor said the Government is cracking down on late payment fees charged by energy retailers to customers who have failed to meet discount conditions. [Full Text]

The CEC issued policy directives for the election. [Full Text]

TAI said legal advice the Underwriting New Generation Investment Program is unconstitutional. [Full Text]

Ministers Pyne and Ciobo said the first two RAAF Hornet aircraft to be sold to the Canadian Air Force have been delivered. [Full Text]

DEE issued 2017-18 data on waste exports plus monthly data to November. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'The looming Taiwan crisis'. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'The puzzles of a post-American world'. [Full Text]

The Australian Space Agency announced an MoU with its UAE counterpart. [Full Text]

Science & Technology Australia issued information from presentations to a meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. [Full Text]

Minister Littleproud welcomed news Woolworths will effectively cease sales of $1 milk. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Fitzgibbon welcomed a Woolworths decision to put a levy on its private label milk. [Full Text]

The Academy of Science issued an expert panel report: 'Investigation of the causes of mass fish kills in the Menindee Region NSW over the summer of 2018-2019'. [Full Text]

Bill Shorten and Shadow Ministers Plibersek, Burney and Brown said the PM should stop equivocation on a Disability RC. [Full Text]

Greens Senator Steele-John said the Government must do more than allow an RC motion to pass. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Plibersek committed to provide up to 1000 bursaries of $10k per annum for the duration of a teaching degree for high-achieving students. [Full Text]

TAFE Directors issued a newsletter. [Full Text]

ACPET issued a newsletter. [Full Text]

Independent MP Wilkie said he would re-introduce a Refugee Protection Bill. [Full Text]

DAWR issued a communique from the Forestry Ministers meeting. [Full Text]

ACOSS issued its Budget submission. [Full Text]

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