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The PM and Minister Birmingham said the Government's school funding plan passed the Parliament this morning. [Full Text]

The PM and Minister Birmingham held a doorstop interview. [Full Text]

AHISA welcomed passage of the Australian Education Amendment Bill 2017 through Parliament. [Full Text]

The IRU universities said they support the Government's proposed changes to the Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Program. [Full Text]

Minister Fifield announced $200k for the ArtsReady program. [Full Text]

The Mitchell Institute said an OECD report found the biggest boost to high school performance is in countries with at least two years of high quality, universal preschool. [Full Text]

AG Brandis issued information on Bills that passed the Senate in the last fortnight. [Full Text]

Finance issued the current and former parliamentarians' six-monthly expenditure reports. [Full Text]

Minister Ryan said future reports will be issued by the Independent Parliamentary Expenses Authority. [Full Text]

Bill Shorten and Shadow Minister Plibersek discussed school funding policy, MPs' pay and the proposed SA bank tax in a doorstop. [Full Text]

Minister O'Dwyer discussed whistleblower policy on 2GB. [Full Text]

Minister Sinodinos announced the winners of the 2017 Fintech Awards. [Full Text]

Austrade issued a Trade Winds newsletter. [Full Text]

Austrade issued 'Australia's shrinking current account deficit'. [Full Text]

EFIC announced the appointment of Ms Swati Dave as CEO. [Full Text]

The ACCC accepted NBNCo's submission on revenue controls for 2015-16. [Full Text]

ACMA invited comment on the options for the future use of the 3.6 GHz band. [Full Text]

Minister Fifield issued an implementation plan for changes to the National Relay Service. [Full Text]

The ACCC denied authorisation to BAT, Imperial, and Philip Morris to jointly cease supplying retailers or wholesalers they consider to be supplying illicit tobacco. [Full Text]

Greens Senator Whish-Wilson said Parliament should have embraced a larger bank levy. [Full Text]

ASFA said more than four million people will benefit from the tax changes from 1/7. [Full Text]

Minister Bishop announced the appointment of Alastair Walton as Consul-General in New York. [Full Text]

DIBP invited submissions on proposals to enhance visa and citizenship services. [Full Text]

Minister Tehan announced the resignation of Sheik Mohamadu Nawas Saleem from the Religious Advisory Committee to the Services. [Full Text]

Shadow Ministers Marles, Carr and Kelly said the promise that 90% of the submarine build will happen in Australia has been contradicted at a Senate hearing. [Full Text]

Defence said the ADF has delivered election material to support the PNG election. [Full Text]

Minister Taylor has addressed the Local Government National Assembly. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Rowland said for the second time the Government has introduced a Bill to update broadcasting laws but failed to bring it to a vote. [Full Text]

Greens Senator Siewert said One Nation Senator Hanson should apologise for remarks that stigmatise children with autism and undermine inclusiveness. [Full Text]

Pharmacy wholesalers said options put forward in the Review of Pharmacy Remuneration and Regulation's Interim Report are lacking in rigour (see yesterday's Third Edition). [Full Text]

The AMA welcomed a Senate committee report on the future of the aged care sector workforce (see Wednesday's First edition). [Full Text]

Medicare issued its May statistics. [Full Text]

The COAG Health Council has announced appointments to AHPRA's Management Committee. [Full Text]

The ADHA extended the deadline for diagnostic imaging and pathology services offers. [Full Text]

The NHMRC issued a Health Tracker newsletter. [Full Text]

APVMA issued a Regulatory update. [Full Text]

The NFF said it has intervened in an FWO horticulture award case. [Full Text]

The NFF issued its submission to the 2030 Strategic Plan Issues Paper. [Full Text]

ARENA and the NSW Government announced $15m to pilot demand response measures. [Full Text]

The AER invited comment on draft distribution reliability measures guidelines. [Full Text]

The AER issued its final determinations on the Victorian f-factor scheme for 2016-2020. [Full Text]

The Logistics Council said a Joint committee report underscored the important role of Infrastructure Australia in guiding responsible infrastructure investment decisions (see yesterday's First Edition). [Full Text]

NOPSEMA issued PTTEP with an improvement notice relating to environmental management non-compliance associated with its Montara operations. [Full Text]

APPEA issued information from a CSIRO study into the impact of seismic noise on zooplankton. [Full Text]

The ACNC has deregistered two Queensland organisations. [Full Text]

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