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The PM, ASIO's DG and the Counter-Terrorism Coordinator discussed the Barcelona attack, counter terror and burka policy, Muslims in the community, MPs' citizenship and political issues in a press conference. [Full Text]

The PM, Minister Ruston, the Tasmanian Premier and Minister discussed the Tasmanian RFA (see item below), counter terror, airport security and trade policy and political issues in a doorstop. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Albanese discussed the Barcelona attack, burka policy and MPs' citizenship on Sky. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Wong discussed the Barcelona attack, MPs' citizenship, burka policy and political issues in a doorstop. [Full Text]

A Senate committee issued reports from its inquiry into multiculturalism. [Full Text]

Greens Senator Di Natale said the main report's recommendations will lead to a more inclusive Australia. [Full Text]

The PM and the Tasmanian Premier announced a 20-year extension of the Tasmanian Regional Forest Agreement. [Full Text]

AFPA welcomed that announcement. [Full Text]

The PM announced an advisory committee on how to conserve and improve The Lodge and Kirribilli House. [Full Text]

Minister Bishop discussed the Barcelona attack in a doorstop. [Full Text]

Minister Bishop discussed that attack and Australians affected in a press conference. [Full Text]

The Parliamentary Library issued 'Update on Australian Government measures to counter violent extremism: a quick guide'. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'The DPRK: what's new?' [Full Text]

Minister Payne and the Deputy Chief of the Navy dedicated a memorial on the site of ex-HMAS Platypus to honour all who have died while serving in Australian submarines. [Full Text]

Minister Pyne said two Air Traffic Management projects have been added to the Projects of Concern list. [Full Text]

ASPI issued 'Thrills, spills and industry spillovers'. [Full Text]

Defence issued its response to a request for investigation reports into unacceptable behaviour involving US personnel. [Full Text]

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

Defence issued the released documents. [Full Text]

Defence issued its response to a request for a review of a related FoI request. [Full Text]

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

Defence issued the released documents. [Full Text]

Defence issued its response to a request for information on all Defence inquiries since 2003. [Full Text]

Defence issued the released information. [Full Text]

AFMA said Operation Island Chief 2017 saw infringements involving four vessels - three flagged to China and one to Chinese Taipei. [Full Text]

Minister McGrath announced a new medal for correctional officers. [Full Text]

DIBP announced arrests of five men for allegedly importing more than 14 million cigarettes into Melbourne. [Full Text]

The ACCI issued its response to the interim report of the Black Economy Taskforce. [Full Text]

Minister O'Dwyer welcomed the withdrawal of Chevron's appeal to the High Court over $340m in tax and penalties for interest payments made to related offshore parties. [Full Text]

Treasurer Morrison invited comment on draft legislation to overhaul APRA's powers. [Full Text]

The RBA issued in formation from a meeting of its Payments System Board. [Full Text]

Ministers Hunt and Wyatt announced a $1.8m for a headspace service in Broken Hill. [Full Text]

Minister Wyatt announced more than $80k for Broken Hill's Senior Lounge. [Full Text]

Minister Wyatt issued an evaluation of the Maari Ma Aboriginal Corporation's Chronic Disease Strategy. http://www.health.gov.au/internet/ministers/publishing.nsf/Content/health-mediarel-yr2017-wyatt081.htm [Full Text]

That report is online. [Full Text]

Minister Fletcher discussed 'Building cities that work: The Australian Government's vision for public transport' in a speech. [Full Text]

Minister Fletcher and the NSW Minister invited comment on the EIS for the M4-M5 Link. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Albanese addressed the Australasian Railway Association Rail Freight Conference. [Full Text]

BITRE issued its Q2 2017 Fatal Heavy Vehicle Crashes data. [Full Text]

DIRD issued documents regarding regional access to Sydney Airport. [Full Text]

DIRD issued a Sunshine Coast Council minute regarding an airport extension. [Full Text]

DIRD issued an Essendon DFO development plan. [Full Text]

DIRD issued a funding agreement for the Mossman Botanic Garden. [Full Text]

The Academy of Science said the National Research and Innovation Alliance welcomed Labor's science, innovation and research agenda (see yesterday's Third Edition). [Full Text]

CSIRO announced a new PhD program with UNSW and industry partners. [Full Text]

Standards Australia issued an update on the development of onsite battery storage standards. [Full Text]

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

The NHMRC issued webinar slides on a new grant program. [Full Text]

The TGA invited registrations for information sessions in Sydney Melbourne and Brisbane next month about its Pharmacovigilance Inspection Program. [Full Text]

The TGA issued 'Guidance on the regulation of tampons in Australia'. [Full Text]

The TGA issued 'Responding to Lateline - accessing medicinal cannabis products'. [Full Text]

The NFF welcomed a Senate committee report into the dairy industry (see Second Edition). [Full Text]

The MDBA issued a weekly report. [Full Text]

APVMA issued a Regulatory update. [Full Text]

AMSI welcomed the STARportal launch (see Wednesday's Second Edition). [Full Text]

Catholic Education announced the resignation of Danielle Cronin. [Full Text]

The Copyright Agency announced a partnership with and medical and pharmaceutical training organisation ARCS Australia to support copyright governance in the science, medical and therapeutics sectors. [Full Text]

The IPCC announced the author team for a special report on Climate Change and Land. [Full Text]

The ADC issued information on reinforcing bar and wind towers. [Full Text]

'Your service has the dual benefit of being comprehensive and terse' - a satisfied Trialster. [Full Text]

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