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Australian Associated Press was formed in 1935 as the national news agency of Australia. Today AAP is Australia's largest independent originator and aggregator of news and information, serving the media, government, business and financial markets.

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AAP Medianet is the most reputable press release distribution service in Australia offering direct access to newsrooms and journalists with publishing to the AAP Newswire and to the Medianet website, dissemination via email, SMS and other online publishing options. Medianet also offers an industry-unique news release review service where-by our editorial team review and score press releases for their newsworthiness for the media industry.

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ELECTION 19 BILL SHORTEN CAMPAIGN DAY 10: ustralian Opposition Leader Bill Shorten is seen during a visit to Luna Park in Melbourne, Saturday, April 20, 2019. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) NO ARCHIVING

ELECTION 19 BILL SHORTEN CAMPAIGN DAY 10: ustralian Opposition Leader Bill Shorten is seen during a visit to Luna Park in Melbourne, Saturday, April 20, 2019. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) NO ARCHIVING

FED: Election campaign making brief resumption

Sat. Apr. 20, 2019.

The Good Friday election campaign truce swiftly came to an end as the federal leaders got back on the hustings and the finger pointing and political attacks resumed.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison started the day in Sydney, zeroing in on health with a $165 million promise to help clinical trials in the country and find a cure for cystic fibrosis.

Labor Leader Bill Shorten will focus on penalty rate cuts when he sets off from Melbourne on Saturday, reminding voters these cuts occurred under Mr Morrison's watch.

Clinical trials for medicines and treatment in remote, rural and remote Australia will get $100 million if the coalition wins the May 18 poll.

"Rural patients with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses often have it twice as hard, spending much of their life on the road to get the treatment they need and deserve," Mr Morrison said.




SOURCE: AAP Australian General News