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Tuesday, 11 April 2017

EDUCATION / FOREIGN

Minister Birmingham addressed a Universities Australia alumni event in New Delhi. [Full Text]

RESEARCH / FOREIGN

Minister Birmingham addressed the the Go8 Excellence in India Research Showcase. [Full Text]

FOREIGN / PUBLIC SERVICE

Minister Bishop announced the appointment of MaryEllen Miller as Ambassador to Denmark with accreditation to Iceland and Norway. [Full Text]

FOREIGN / DEFENCE

ASPI issued 'US strikes in Syria-a message of deterrence'. [Full Text]

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

FOREIGN / COMMERCE

Treasury issued the Government's response to a Senate committee report on the Foreign Investment Review Framework. [Full Text]

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY / INDUSTRY / INNOVATION

Minister Sinodinos welcomed a DIIS report: 'A Patent Analytics Study on the Australian Advanced Manufacturing Industry'. [Full Text]

INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT / HEALTH

Minister Chester announced a 'yellow line' safety trial on the Woolgoolga to Ballina section of the Pacific Highway upgrade. [Full Text]

INFRASTRUCTURE / BUDGET

Shadow Minister Albanese said ABS construction data highlighted the need for increased infrastructure investment in the Budget. [Full Text]

GENERAL

Minister Ciobo discussed Cyclone Debbie recovery, tourism and housing finance policy and trade negotiations with India on Sky. [Full Text]

Bill Shorten discussed VET, local government funding, native title, housing finance and super policy and the Adani mine in Brisbane. [Full Text]

NATURAL DISASTERS / TOURISM

Minister Ciobo was interviewed on Today. [Full Text]

HOUSING / FINANCE

Shadow Treasurer Bowen said the PM needs to hold the line against pressure from former PM Abbott and backbenchers on using super to fund housing purchases. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Leigh was interviewed on Sky. [Full Text]

FINANCE / COMMERCE

The FSC welcomed the appointment of the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority's board. [Full Text]

ASIC invited comment on a proposed Financial Services Panel. [Full Text]

HEALTH / ICT

Shadow Minister King said reports that ehealth records will be automatically set to 'universal access' are extremely concerning. [Full Text]

The AMA president discussed eHealth on ABC Adelaide. [Full Text]

HEALTH / JUSTICE

The Medical Board and AHPRA issued 'Independent review of the use of chaperones to protect patients in Australia' and accepted all its recommendations. [Full Text]

REGIONAL / PUBLIC SERVICE / AGRICULTURE / HEALTH / CHEMICAL REGULATION

Shadow Minister Fitzgibbon and Labor Senator McAllister discussed the APVMA relocation in a doorstop interview. [Full Text]

The NFF said it supports decentralisation but not at the cost of farm productivity and issued its submission to a Senate inquiry into the APVMA relocation. [Full Text]

WATER / AGRICULTURE / ENVIRONMENT

The MDBA said Murray flows and river heights are likely to remain steady over Easter. [Full Text]

ANTARCTICA / EARTH SCIENCES / ENVIRONMENT

GA said it completed three Antarctic surveys during the 2016-17 field season. [Full Text]

ICT / REGIONAL

The NFF said the Regional Communications Coalition welcomed the ACCC broadband performance monitoring program. [Full Text]

The NFF issued a submission to the NBN committee [Full Text]

METEOROLOGY / AGRICULTURE

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

EMPLOYMENT / EDUCATION / SOCIAL SERVICES

Shadow Minister Husic said the Government knows its Work for the Dole program is failing. [Full Text]

Greens Senator Siewert said work for the dole is a largely failed measure. [Full Text]

TRADE

Austrade issued a webinar presentation: 'Myanmar Personal Care Market Insights'. [Full Text]

ENERGY / INDUSTRY

The AEMC invited submissions on its initial analysis of the underlying drivers necessary for the next wave of transmission frameworks reform. [Full Text]

The AEMC invited submissions on proposed obligations to provide more information on plans for retirement and replacement of electricity network assets. [Full Text]

ARTS

The Australia Council announced Lynne Roberts-Goodwin as the recipient of the inaugural Mordant Family/Australia Council Affiliated Fellowship. [Full Text]

CANBERRA IQ

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Second Edition, Tuesday April 11 2017

GENERAL

The PM discussed India relations, education, energy and resources trade issues, and the passing of John Clarke in a Delhi doorstop interview. [Full Text]

The PM addressed his Indian counterpart. [Full Text]

Minister Sinodinos discussed housing finance, innovation, multinational tax policy and Austrade on Sky. [Full Text]

Minister Canavan said Bill Shorten has been peddling empty words to Queensland communities that depend on resources jobs. [Full Text]

Shadow Treasurer Bowen discussed housing finance and super policy and NDIS funding on ABC24. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Champion discussed housing finance and super policy and Syria on Sky. [Full Text]

Hawker Britton issued an Occasional Paper on how the Senate has voted in the 45th Parliament. [Full Text]

HOUSING / FINANCE / CITIES

A transcript is online of Treasurer Morrison's Q&A after his AHURI address. [Full Text]

HOUSING / FINANCE

Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon said the Coalition's plan for housing affordability is no plan at all. [Full Text]

Independent Senator Hinch was interviewed on AM. [Full Text]

EDUCATION / VET / TRADE

Minister Birmingham discussed Indian education opportunities and domestic education issues on Sky. [Full Text]

Minister Birmingham addressed a Knowledge Partnership Roundtable in New Delhi. [Full Text]

EMPLOYMENT / EDUCATION / SOCIAL SERVICES

Minister Cash said the Government remains committed to the Work for the Dole Program and the principle of mutual obligation underpinning it. [Full Text]

CHILDCARE / EDUCATION

DET issued information on legislated childcare reforms. [Full Text]

FOREIGN / DEFENCE

Minister Bishop has discussed Syria and North Korea on RN. [Full Text]

Minister Bishop has discussed those issues and the Egypt bombings on Sky. [Full Text]

Minister Bishop has discussed those issues and political issues on Sunrise. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'Trump's message to Xi: get tough on North Korea'. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'North Korea: it's not the first time Australia's been threatened with nuclear attack'. [Full Text]

DEFENCE / FOREIGN / SENATE ESTIMATES

A Senate committee issued a report from additional Estimates hearings. [Full Text]

RESEARCH / FOREIGN

Ministers Bishop and Sinodinos announced seven Australia-India Strategic Research Fund grants. [Full Text]

FINANCE / COMMERCE / JUSTICE

Treasury invited comment on 'Self reporting of contraventions by financial services and credit licensees' issued by ASIC. [Full Text]

Minister O'Dwyer welcomed that paper. [Full Text]

NATURAL DISASTERS / NOT-FOR-PROFIT / TAX

Minister O'Dwyer declared Tropical Cyclone Debbie and associated rainfall and flooding a disaster for the purposes of establishing Australian disaster relief funds. [Full Text]

REGIONAL / PUBLIC SERVICE

Minister Joyce issued a statement regarding today's committee inquiry hearing into the APVMA relocation (see First Edition). [Full Text]

ENVIRONMENT / SOCIAL SERVICES / NOT-FOR-PROFIT

Minister Frydenberg said a roundtable on a National Food Waste Strategy will be held in Melbourne tomorrow. [Full Text]

ENVIRONMENT / AGRICULTURE / CLIMATE

Shadow Minister Butler said the LNP stands by its decision to remove Labor's land clearing laws and reduce Coral Sea marine park protections. [Full Text]

BIOSECURITY / ENVIRONMENT

DAWR said biosecurity staff in Melbourne intercepted an invasive snail species on a container from Fiji. [Full Text]

CENSUS

The ABS issued information on characteristics that make the 'typical' Australian in 2016. [Full Text]

Minister McCormack discussed that release in a Stanthorpe doorstop. [Full Text]

LOCAL GOVERNMENT / BUDGET

Bill Shorten and Shadow Minister jones called on the Government to bring forward one quarter of Financial Assistance Grants funding for local councils. [Full Text]

ENERGY / INDUSTRY / FINANCE

The AEMC invited comment on a request from Westpac to enable AEMO to provide a platform for secondary trading of settlements residue distribution units. [Full Text]

ENERGY / INDUSTRY

The AEMC invited submissions to its review of regulatory arrangements for embedded networks. [Full Text]

ICT / COMMERCE / INNOVATION

NBNCo and Nokia are trialling fibre technology to increase speeds for Fibre-to-the-Premises services. [Full Text]

ANTI-DUMPING

The ADC issued information on hollow structural sections, grinding balls, aluminium extrusions and wheels and alloy round steel bar. [Full Text]

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