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The PM discussed finance sector governance, VET, foreign agriculture investment, climate and Budget policy, the UK EU vote and political issues in a 5AA interview. [Full Text]

Bill Shorten discussed energy, VET, Budget, media, super, union governance and marriage policy and political issues in a doorstop interview. [Full Text]

Treasurer Scott Morrison and Minister Mathias Cormann said the Coalition will improve the Budget bottom line by $1.1b in four years. [Full Text]

Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen discussed Budget and tax policy and political issues on 7.30. [Full Text]

Greens Senators Peter Whish-Wilson and Nick McKim proposed a specialist ADF firefighting unit to bolster Australia's aerial firefighting fleet. [Full Text]

Independent MP Cathy McGowan said she would oppose moves to deregulate universities and fight for increased regional access to higher education. [Full Text]

Independent Senator Glenn Lazarus issued a policy to raise the age pension by 20% from 2017. [Full Text]

FoI - Finance issued graphs, charts and tables prepared for publication but not included in the final published Budget Papers. [Full Text]

FoI - The AFP issued NBNCo's referral to relating to media leaks in November/December 2016. [Full Text]

DIBP issued 'Response to Fairfax Media - ABF corruption allegations'. [Full Text]

The ABS issued 'Characteristics of Australian Exporters, 2014-15'. [Full Text]

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