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The NBN Joint committee will hold a hearing in Launceston from 0830 AEST. [Full Text]

Universities and peak bodies, AiGroup and DET will give evidence from 0845 AEST in Wodonga to a Senate committee inquiry into the Higher Education Support Legislation Amendment Bill 2017. [Full Text]

A House committee will hold a hearing in Melbourne from 0900 AEST for its inquiry into the family law system. [Full Text]

Committee hearings are webcast live and videos of previous hearings are available on demand. [Full Text]

Mental Health Commission chair Allan Fels will address the National Press Club, possibly televised on ABC24 and Sky. [Full Text]

Hansard is online of a 21/7 hearing for a Treaties committee inquiry into an agreement to amend the Singapore-Australia Free Trade Agreement. [Full Text]

Hansard is online of a 13/7 hearing in Brisbane for a House committee inquiry into the film and television industry. [Full Text]

Hansard is online of a 12/7 hearing in Katoomba for that inquiry. [Full Text]

Hansard is online of 12/7 evidence from Queensland Treasury, Lock the Gate, the Minerals Council and others to a Senate committee inquiry into rehabilitation of mining and resources projects. [Full Text]

Hansard is online of a 12/7 hearing in Rockhampton for a Senate committee inquiry into the impact of Defence training activities and facilities on rural and regional communities. [Full Text]

Hansard is online of a 12/7 hearing in Sydney for a House committee inquiry into e-cigarettes and vaporisers. [Full Text]

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