Treasurer Morrison discussed tax, Budget and trade policy on CNBC. [Full Text]
Minister Ryan discussed the US refugee deal and tax issues on Sky. [Full Text]
Bill Shorten and Shadow Minister O'Connor discussed penalty rates and Israel in a doorstop interview. [Full Text]
Minister Payne said Defence can meet the future training needs of the ADF with the Singapore Armed Forces through the purchase of land from willing sellers. [Full Text]
Minister Arthur Sinodinos welcomed an agreement with Israel on cooperation in innovation and R&D. [Full Text]
Universities Australia welcomed the commitment by Australia and Israel to strengthen ties in education and innovation. [Full Text]
Minister Bishop is visiting the UK and Ireland. [Full Text]
Minister Tehan said Australia and Israel will work together to improve cyber security and innovation. [Full Text]
Shadow Minister Neumann discussed the US refugee deal on Sky. [Full Text]
Minister Sinodinos addressed a Women in Venture Capital Forum. [Full Text]
Minister Canavan suggested SA hand back GST revenues it receives from coal-producing states. [Full Text]
Mr Shorten addressed a Bloomberg energy finance conference. [Full Text]
AEMO said it did not seek load shedding in Victoria during the heatwave in mid-February. [Full Text]
Minister Prentice called for eligible supported employees to register for the BSWAT Payment Scheme by 30/4. [Full Text]
Mr Shorten and Mr O'Connor said the FWC penalty rates decision (see Second Edition) is a devastating blow for the hundreds of thousands of low paid workers. [Full Text]
The ACCI said the FWC penalty rates decision will help retail and hospitality businesses create more jobs and offer more hours. [Full Text]
The SME Ombudsman said the decision is a shot in the arm for small business. [Full Text]
Former ACTU Secretary Martin Ferguson discussed that decision on The World Today (audio). [Full Text]
The Business Council welcomed the WTO s Trade Facilitation Agreement. [Full Text]
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