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The PM and Bennelong candidate Alexander discussed Defence procurement and political issues at a doorstop. [Full Text]

Minister Birmingham, Shadow Minister Rishworth and Greens Senator Hanson-Young discussed Senator Dastyari, political donation policy and education issues on ABC Adelaide. [Full Text]

Minister Pyne and Shadow Minister Albanese discussed political issues on 5AA. [Full Text]

Bill Shorten, Shadow Minister King and Bennelong candidate Keneally discussed political issues, Senator Dastyari, China influence and health and social services issues at a doorstop. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Plibersek discussed school funding, NAPLAN results and Senator Dastyari at a doorstop. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Butler discussed energy policy and political issues on Sky. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Marles discussed Senator Dastyari, political issues and Chinese influence on Sky. [Full Text]

The PM and Minister Pyne announced a Destroyer Sustainment contract with BAE and Raytheon. [Full Text]

The PM's remarks are online. [Full Text]

Ministers Payne, Birmingham and McGrath announced $13m for a PFAS Remediation Research Program. [Full Text]

Minister Pyne addressed the Lowy Institute. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'DPRK: ready to talk, but who's listening?' [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'What can we expect from Indonesia's new defence chief?' [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Rishworth said Minister Tehan's announcement of Saluting Their Service grants saw 51 of 82 going to Coalition seats. [Full Text]

Defence issued its response to request for documents relating to a response to The Australian about trials of the LHD landing craft's ability to carry a tank. [Full Text]

Defence issued a schedule of released documents. [Full Text]

Defence issued those documents (12Mb). [Full Text]

Defence issued its response to a request for information regarding a data breach by a contractor and an ASD presentation to an Australian Information Security Association conference. [Full Text]

Defence issued a schedule of released documents. [Full Text]

Defence issued those documents (5.4Mb). [Full Text]

Defence issued its response to a request for information regarding courts martial since September 2014. [Full Text]

Defence issued the released document. [Full Text]

Minister Frydenberg said ARENA is providing $29m to 20 solar projects. [Full Text]

ARENA issued information on those grants. [Full Text]

Ministers Canavan, Chester and Laundy welcomed a Victorian trial of a Satellite-Based Augmentation System for automated vehicles. [Full Text]

Minister Fletcher invited comment on draft Road Vehicle Standards Bills. [Full Text]

AG Brandis has addressed the 2017 Human Rights Awards. [Full Text]

AGs issued three documents in response to a request for documents regarding the possibility of private sector access to the National Facial Biometric Matching Capability, Facial Verification Service or Central Interoperability Hub; this is the first docum [Full Text]

This is the second document. [Full Text]

This is the third document. [Full Text]

Ministers Bishop and Keenan said laws that prevent registered child sex offenders from travelling overseas without permission come into effect today. [Full Text]

Barton Deakin issued a briefing on the Foreign Influence Transparency Scheme Bill. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'Trump, Jerusalem and the end time'. [Full Text]

The Academy of Science announced fourteen 2018-19 Australia-India Early-and Mid-Career Fellowships. [Full Text]

Minister Laundy announced two $500k grants to Sydney incubators under the Entrepreneurs' Program. [Full Text]

Minister Andrews said the Unique Student Identifier system is proving a success for students and training organisations. [Full Text]

Shadow Ministers Plibersek and Giles issued a response to the NAPLAN report (see Second Edition). [Full Text]

Catholic Education issued a response to that report. [Full Text]

The OLT issued 'Multiple Measures: Benchmarking quality assessment tasks to facilitate interdisciplinary learning in the creative arts and humanities'. [Full Text]

Universities Australia issued its Budget submission. [Full Text]

The Business Council invited submissions on tertiary education policy. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Butler said an ACCC report (see Second Edition) confirmed that the east coast gas crisis continues. [Full Text]

APPEA said that report confirms that the gas industry has secured domestic supply for 2018 and 2019. [Full Text]

The ARC announced the opening of its Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science at UniMelb. [Full Text]

ENA said it is developing Distributed Energy Resources National Connection Guidelines. [Full Text]

Greens Senator Bartlett called on the Queensland Government to remove drum lines from beaches as recommend by a Senate inquiry majority report (see yesterday's Second Edition). [Full Text]

The AMA issued its Budget submission. [Full Text]

The PBS issued an amendment to a PBAC August recommendation. [Full Text]

The TGA issued 'Biovigilance responsibilities of sponsors of biologicals'. [Full Text]

The TGA issued presentations to Complementary medicine reforms information sessions. [Full Text]

The NHMRC's Embryo Research Licensing Committee issued its March-August report. [Full Text]

ARPANSA issued its Q3 2017 report. [Full Text]

NACCHO announced the election of John Singer as chair and Donnella Mills as deputy chair. [Full Text]

The RBA's head of payments policy discussed 'Merchant Payment Costs and Least-cost Routing' in a speech. [Full Text]

APRA issued 'Life Insurance Institution-level Statistics'. [Full Text]

APRA issued its 2016-17 Friendly Society Bulletin. [Full Text]

The IGCC announced five-year project by global investors to engage greenhouse gas emitting companies on climate action. [Full Text]

The RBA Governor discussed 'An eAUD?' in a speech. [Full Text]

The SME Ombudsman issued a communique from a roundtable with FinTech Australia and BankDoctor. [Full Text]

The MDBA issued '2017 Basin Plan Evaluation'. [Full Text]

The MDBA issued a forecast of releases from Dartmouth Dam. [Full Text]

CSIRO announced a $37m co-investment agreement with Wine Australia. [Full Text]

The ACCC issued '2016-17 Bulk Wheat Ports Monitoring Report'. [Full Text]

The Logistics Council said the Police should allow Webb Dock to get back to business. [Full Text]

NBNCo issued a weekly progress update. [Full Text]

Austrade issued 'UK ICT investment into Australia: 2017 highlights'. [Full Text]

The ANAO issued a performance audit: 'The Australian Taxation Office's Use of Settlements'. [Full Text]

The ADC issued information on rod in coil and wind towers. [Full Text]

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