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The PM, Minister Fletcher and the Tasmanian Premier discussed a Hobart City Deal (see First Edition), political issues, abortion, China relations and staffer pay policy at a doorstop. [Full Text]

The PM discussed marriage policy, a Hobart City Deal and the UTAS STEM centre on FM Hobart. [Full Text]

Minister Birmingham discussed the relocation of the UTAS main campus to Launceston and childcare policy on LAFM. [Full Text]

Minister Tudge discussed staffer pay, wages policy and Australia Day at a doorstop. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister O'Connor discussed workplace relations, staffer pay, China relations and Australia day policy and political issues at a doorstop. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Polley discussed Tasmanian issues on WIN. [Full Text]

The PM and Ministers Birmingham and Fletcher announced agreement to relocate the UTAS main campus to Launceston. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Rishworth raised questions about whether Minister Birmingham understands who is going to miss out under the child care package. [Full Text]

ASG issued information from its 2018 Planning for Education Index. [Full Text]

ISCA cautioned parents about marketing campaigns for education focused financial products that misrepresent the cost of independent school fees. [Full Text]

ASQA has cancelled the registration of Study Group Australia. [Full Text]

Minister Littleproud announced $1m to control feral animals and weeds in drought-affected Queensland. [Full Text]

The NFF will lead a mission to the EU and UK next week. [Full Text]

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

Shadow Minister Albanese commented on the Hobart City Deal announcement. [Full Text]

Independent MP Wilkie welcomed the Hobart City Deal announcement. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Macklin said a plan to hire a consultant to advise on how to fix the Centrelink call centre is an attempt to privatise Centrelink by stealth. [Full Text]

DSS issued its response to a request for domestic violence incident reports made available for an evaluation of the Cashless Debit Card Trials, this is the first of three documents. [Full Text]

This is the second document. [Full Text]

This is the third document. [Full Text]

The ORIC announced the end of the special administration of Victoria's Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation. [Full Text]

Greens Senator Whish-Wilson called on the PM to commit to re-funding the Antarctic CRC. [Full Text]

DEE said an SA man pleaded guilty to nine charges of possessing and one charge of importing illegal animal specimens. [Full Text]

Infrastructure Partnerships Australia announced the appointment of Adrian Dwyer as CEO. [Full Text]

The Pharmaceutical Society announced an MoU with the Diabetes Educators Association. [Full Text]

The TIO issued guidance for new NBN connection problems. [Full Text]

The NDIS issued a Pathway Improvement update. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'The Islamic scramble for Jerusalem'. [Full Text]

NOPTA issued information on the National Electronic Approvals Tracking System. [Full Text]

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