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Minister Bishop announced a $136.6m contract with Vocus for the Coral Sea Cable System. [Full Text]

Minister Ciobo discussed China in the Pacific at a doorstop. [Full Text]

Minister Ciobo discussed China relations and trade issues on RN. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Wong addressed the Australia China Business Council. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Clare addressed that meeting. [Full Text]

The Lowy issued 'Global profit shifting'. [Full Text]

The ANAO issued a performance audit: 'Compliance with Foreign Investment Obligations for Residential Real Estate'. [Full Text]

The Lowy issued 'Time to denounce China's Muslim gulag'. [Full Text]

Mr Clare said Minister Ciobo backed Labor's plan to tackle non-tariff barriers. [Full Text]

DFAT issued its response to a request for the two most recent expenditure reports and a summary of travel for the Head of Mission in Washington (1.1Mb on Dropbox, click to view). [Full Text]

ASPI issued a five domains update. [Full Text]

Minister Tehan said passage of legislation for the National Redress Scheme for survivors of institutional child sexual abuse ensures the scheme can begin on 1/7. [Full Text]

Bill Shorten and Shadow frontbenchers Macklin and Dreyfus marked the passage of that Bill. [Full Text]

Greens Senator Siewert welcomed the passage of that Bill and said the Greens will advocate for further reforms. [Full Text]

Greens Senator Siewert urged crossbench Senators to oppose a trial of drug tests for income support recipients. [Full Text]

Minister Tehan said achievements of two councils in violence prevention and disability and inclusion have been recognised at the 2018 National Awards for Local Government. [Full Text]

DIRD issued information regarding funding for a road project by Mid-Western Regional

Council. [Full Text]

Minister Littleproud announced 11 appointments to the Agricultural Industry Advisory Council. [Full Text]

The NFF welcomed the Farm Household Allowance extension (see Second edition). [Full Text]

The NFF welcomed the ABARES Agricultural commodities report (see Second Edition). [Full Text]

The NFF welcomed the EUFTA negotiations. [Full Text]

The MDBA issued research into the employment impacts of the Basin Plan on 40 communities. [Full Text]

AgriFutures said a new online platform identifies the location, availability and volume of biomass. [Full Text]

AgriFutures announced seven schools selected for the AgriFutures/ pilot program. [Full Text]

Hort Innovation announced an initiative to combat foodborne illness risks and support the sustainability of the melon industry. [Full Text]

Hort Innovation announced the appointment of Matt Brand as CEO. [Full Text]

APVMA issued a Gazette. [Full Text]

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

The BoM said its ENSO Outlook has been upgraded from INACTIVE to El Nino WATCH. [Full Text]

AFPA issued 'Socio-economic Impacts of the softwood plantation industry: South West Slopes and Central Tablelands regions, NSW'. [Full Text]

Ministers Dutton and Gillespie marked Refugee Week. [Full Text]

Minister McKenzie discussed the ABC on ABC Melbourne. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Rowland discussed the ABC on RN. [Full Text]

Shadow Ministers Rowland and Farrell said the failure of Optus to stream World Cup games is the Government's fault. [Full Text]

The ABC's Managing Director addressed the Melbourne Press Club. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Plibersek discussed VET, education, tax, climate, energy and aid policy and political issues at a doorstop. [Full Text]

Shadow Treasurer Bowen said a Labor Government would deliver tax relief for Australians who need it most. [Full Text]

Ms Plibersek discussed the GST/tampons and tax policy on The Project. [Full Text]

The ATO said only 20% of Australians prefer using cash for purchases. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister King discussed 'Why preventative health has fallen off the political agenda' in a speech. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Collins said the PM should apologise to aged care workers who he thinks should 'aspire to get a better job'. [Full Text]

The ACSC and OIC issued a statement on the PageUp Limited data incident. [Full Text]

The Go8 CEO discussed 'Australian University Sector - At the Policy and Political Mercy of 'Fake Data' in a speech to the EduData Summit in Boston. [Full Text]

The NCSEHE issued 'Measuring success: An innovative approach to evaluating Indigenous higher education'. [Full Text]

AMSI said a panel will tackle gender equity at its conference this week on Decision Making Under Uncertainty and Humanitarian Applications. [Full Text]

ASQA issued a newsletter. [Full Text]

The CRCA issued a newsletter. [Full Text]

DIIS issued fact sheets for the National Radioactive Waste Management Facility project. [Full Text]

CSIRO invited people to download an app to contribute to its Energy Use Data Model project. [Full Text]

The ADC issued information on pineapple fruit, tomato products, railway wheels, pallet racking and float glass. [Full Text]

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