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The PM welcomed the announcement of a visit by the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall in April. [Full Text]

Minister Ciobo discussed Minister Joyce and political issues, US relations and trade negotiations on Sky. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Albanese and Batman candidate Kearney discussed infrastructure, transport, energy and climate policy and political issues at a doorstop. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Wong discussed US relations, trade, China, ASEAN and immigration policy, Minister Joyce and political issues on Sky. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Leigh addressed the launch of economist Max Corden's autobiography. [Full Text]

The Business Council's CEO discussed tax, employment, education and economic policy on 6PR. [Full Text]

Minister Ciobo will join the PM's delegation to the US this week. [Full Text]

Minister Pyne said 228 delegates will attend tomorrow's Industry Consultation Day in Melbourne. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'Top ten with a bullet?' [Full Text]

Defence said the F-35 Australia is acquiring has become the first variant to successfully complete three lifetimes of full scale durability testing. [Full Text]

ASPI issued a five domains update. [Full Text]

DST announced a continuing sponsorship of the UAV Challenge for 2018. [Full Text]

AG Porter addressed the Elder Abuse Conference. [Full Text]

Shadow AG Dreyfus addressed that conference. [Full Text]

AG Porter said Timothy Pilgrim will retire as Information Commissioner and Privacy Commissioner next month. [Full Text]

Ministers McKenzie and Prentice said Australia will send 13 athletes to the Winter Paralympic Games. [Full Text]

Minister McCormack invited applications for the Veteran and Community Grants. [Full Text]

Shadow Ministers Plibersek and King and the Tasmanian Labor leader discussed abortion funding in Tasmania at a doorstop. [Full Text]

The AMA president discussed health insurance policy on ABC Brisbane. [Full Text]

ARPANSA issued 'Compact fluorescent lights and health'. [Full Text]

The ACCC announced its compliance and enforcement priorities for 2018. [Full Text]

The ACCC chair addressed a CEDA event. [Full Text]

ASIC said the five largest banking and financial services institutions have paid a further $21.4m to customers who suffered loss or detriment as a result of non-compliant conduct by financial advisers. [Full Text]

The IGCC issued its submission to the CEFC review. [Full Text]

The MDBA signed an MoU with the new NSW Natural Resources Access Regulator. [Full Text]

AgriFutures said a national approach to assess agricultural road use is needed to evaluate road projects. [Full Text]

The AER invited submissions to a review of the application guidelines for its regulatory investment tests. [Full Text]

ATSE issued a Focus magazine. [Full Text]

ASQA issued an update on regulatory decisions relating to Study Group Australia. [Full Text]

The ACTU said Exxon disguises its profits with a corporate structure that funnels money to tax havens. [Full Text]

ASFA issued its submission to Treasury on the Treasury Laws Amendment (Taxation and Superannuation Guarantee Integrity Measures) Bill 2018. [Full Text]

ASFA issued its submission to DSS regarding means testing retirement income. [Full Text]

The Australia Council invited applications from Musicians and composers for a residency at SA's UKARIA Cultural Centre. [Full Text]

IP Australia issued 'Engaging an attorney toolkit'. [Full Text]

BITRE issued its Q4 2017 Fatal Heavy Vehicle Crashes bulletin. [Full Text]

PM&C issued information on Australia's approach to the UN's 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. [Full Text]

The ADC issued information on resealable can ends, tomatoes, galvanised steel and aluminium zinc coated steel. [Full Text]

The RBA issued the minutes of its board's 6/2 monetary policy meeting. [Full Text]

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