WHAT WE LEARNED
* The government will shortly respond to a parliamentary inquiry report on regional development.
* An asylum seeker has been charged with assaulting a treating psychiatrist, while another is on four child sex charges.
* Today marks 11 years since Kevin Rudd said sorry to the Stolen Generations.
WHAT THE GOVERNMENT WANTED TO SPIN
Labor would restart the people smuggling trade by being soft on border protection.
WHAT LABOR WANTED TO TALK ABOUT
Why won't the government schedule more than 10 days of sittings over eight months.
WHAT THEY SAID
"Given that Malcolm Turnbull was decent enough to say sorry to the victims of the banks, why is he no longer the prime minister of Australia?" - Opposition Leader Bill Shorten.
"When will the Labor Party apologise for destroying the border protection regime?" - Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
"He doesn't have much of a profile ... except when he is on my show." - Defence Minister Christopher Pyne on his Labor counterpart and Sky News colleague Richard Marles.
@SwannyQLD Instead of making stuff up & creating fake news, it would be good for the Government to focus on the basics & provide a statement on why the RBA has downgraded growth forecasts. #qt #auspol