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The PM addressed the Queensland LNP campaign launch. [Full Text]

Minister Bishop has delivered the 2017 Alfred Deakin Institute oration. [Full Text]

Minister O'Dwyer has discussed an attack on her office on 3AW. [Full Text]

Minister Chester and Shadow Minister King discussed last week on Lateline. [Full Text]

Bill Shorten addressed Labor's Bennelong by-election campaign launch. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Leigh discussed marriage and bank regulation policy and political issues on ABC24. [Full Text]

The PM has addressed the Sohn Hearts and Minds Investment Leaders Conference. [Full Text]

Treasurer Morrison said the ACCC has issued infringement notices under new excessive payment surcharging provisions. [Full Text]

The Parliamentary Library issued 'Are small businesses the driving force behind private sector employment and total industry value added?' [Full Text]

Ministers Payne and Pyne announced $659m for RAAF Base Edinburgh to support the P-8A Poseidon. [Full Text]

Minister Dutton and Ciobo said Indonesian nationals are now able to apply online for a Visitor visa. [Full Text]

Minister Scullion welcomed a township lease for the NT's Ngarrariyal Aboriginal Corporation. [Full Text]

Minister Prentice addressed the NDIS Mental Health Conference. [Full Text]

Minister Sukkar announced the appointment of Heather Allan, David Pigott and Heather Watson to the ACNC Advisory Board. [Full Text]

The AFP marked the centenary of Federal policing. [Full Text]

Shadow Minister Wong said Parliament must legislate for marriage equality in the next sitting period and not be diverted by complex debates. [Full Text]

Liberal MP Wilson discussed marriage policy on Insiders. [Full Text]

The UNFCCC issued information from the meeting in Bonn. [Full Text]

The ANU said the release of carbon dioxide by plant respiration is up to 30% higher than previously predicted. [Full Text]

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