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Minister Bishop issued a statement on the China Extradition Treaty. [Full Text]

Minister Bishop discussed that treaty in a doorstop interview. [Full Text]

Minister Bishop addressed an Australia Awards Indonesia event (see Second Edition). [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'North Korea: stronger Kim, but weaker Kims?' [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'Sea, air, land and space updates'. [Full Text]

Ministers Hunt and Tehan said the Government received the Mental Health Commission's review of suicide and self-harm services for veterans and ADF members. [Full Text]

Defence issued its response to a request for information on holocentric libraries and models containing Defence processes and frameworks generated since January 2015. [Full Text]

Defence issued the released document. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Rishworth welcomed amendments to the Veterans' Affairs Legislation Amendment (Digital Readiness and Other Measures) Bill 2016. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister King hosted a roundtable on men's health. [Full Text]

Greens Senator Siewert said the Senate has called on the Government provide a $10m grant that they have refused to give to the Machado-Joseph Disease Foundation. [Full Text]

Minister Chester issued a new Statement of Expectations for CASA. [Full Text]

Minister Chester announced the appointment of Cheryl Cartwright to the CASA board. [Full Text]

Minister Fifield announced $160,000 over four years to promote Australian authors and illustrators at the Children's Book Fair in Bologna. [Full Text]

The ABA issued its response to the review of the Code of Banking Practice. [Full Text]

Minister Wyatt launched a discussion starter about end of life care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. [Full Text]

Minister Ryan foreshadowed a Bill regarding parliamentarians' work expenses. [Full Text]

Shadow Treasurer Bowen discussed company tax and China extradition policy on RN. [Full Text]

Shadow frontbenchers Wong and Dreyfus discussed China extradition and free speech policy in a doorstop interview. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Fitzgibbon discussed Queensland sugar and China extradition policy in a doorstop interview. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Butler said an AEMO report (see Second Edition) confirms that the SA blackout last September was caused by a rare weather event. [Full Text]

Greens Senator Hanson-Young said that report shows the blackout was caused by a failure to ensure software on wind farms was correctly set up. [Full Text]

AEMO issued its chair's presentation on that report to a CEDA event. [Full Text]

The CEC welcomed the ACCC electricity inquiry. [Full Text]

The ENA welcomed that inquiry. [Full Text]

The AER foreshadowed an inquiry into high ancillary services prices in SA on 21/3. [Full Text]

The AER invited comment on issues papers regarding revenues for TransGrid and Murraylink for the five-year period starting July 2018. [Full Text]

The NFF welcomed the ACCC inquiry into electricity prices. [Full Text]

The CEFC said support for a new climate bond signals growing investor appetite for clean energy assets. [Full Text]

The IPCC issued documents for its current meeting in Mexico. [Full Text]

The CER said registration for the next Emissions Reduction Fund auction close at midnight tomorrow. [Full Text]

Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon said the Senate passed her motion calling on the Government to release documents relating to EFIC and live exports. [Full Text]

The BoM issued an ENSO Wrap-up. [Full Text]

The PC issued its report on the regulation of agriculture. [Full Text]

APRA invited comment regarding proposed data collection on agricultural lending. [Full Text]

The MDBA foreshadowed variable flows downstream of Hume Dam and Yarrawonga. [Full Text]

ANSTO issued information on research into the effect of agriculture on organic carbon storage in subsoil. [Full Text]

The NDIS issued documents regarding incorrect and improper payments vis the MyPlace portal since July 2016 (7Mb on Dropbox, click to view). [Full Text]

ACECQA issued guidance materials for the family day care sector. [Full Text]

ACPET welcomed the appointment of Craig Robertson as CEO of TAFE Directors Australia (see yesterday's Second Edition). [Full Text]

ASQA issued information on mandatory annual data submission requirements. [Full Text]

ACMA said Foxtel breached the Broadcasting Services Act by not broadcasting the 'required particulars' following the broadcast of political matter. [Full Text]

The ADC issued information regarding aluminium extrusions, galvanised steel and hollow structural sections. [Full Text]

'Your summaries are pithy and succinct...carefully written against tight deadlines' - a recent trialster. [Full Text]

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