|WHAT’S ON TODAY
· Sir Richard Branson will head a Uniting-led campaign to lobby the NSW government to decriminalise drugs.
· The ICAC inquiry into claims of improper conduct at the now-defunct Canterbury City Council will hear from next witness Peter Jackson.
· Planners and developers from Battersea Power Station, London and New York’s Hudson Yards will headline alongside local Sydney property experts at the Urban Taskforce’s Creating Communities conference.
· The Art Gallery NSW will preview Masters of Modern, an exhibition from the Hermitage, with senior Russian dignitaries from the St Petersburg State Hermitage Museum and Dutch visual artist Saskia Boddeke.
· Day two of the Outlook Conference 2018 will include panellists such as Minister for Cities, Urban Infrastructure and Population Alan Tudge and Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese.
· A 30,000-strong petition will be presented to Road Safety Minister Luke Donnellan to demand horse-drawn carriages be banned from Victorian roads.
· After three years, local street-art collective Juddy Roller and artist Matt Adnate will finish the tallest mural in the Southern Hemisphere on the 20-storey, city-facing wall of the Collingwood Housing Estate.
· Chief of joint operations Air Marshal Mel Hupfeld will conduct a round table briefing on the Australian Defence Force’s domestic, regional and global operations.
· Senate inquiry reports will be tabled on: Social Security Legislation Amendment (Community Development Program) Bill 2018; Fair Work Amendment (Family and Domestic Violence Leave) Bill 2018; and My Health Record laws and system.
· ANZ Bank will appear before the Standing Committee on Economics’ review of the four major banks.
· Former foreign affairs minister Julie Bishop will address a Business News Success and Leadership event.
· Senators Pauline Hanson and Peter Georgiou will speak at a media conference on One Nation’s call for a Royal Banking Commission to be held in Perth.
· WA 2018 Australian of the Year Dr Tracy Westerman will speak on destigmatising Indigenous mental health at an Auspire event.
· Open Minds Australia will present the 2018 Queensland Mental Health Week Achievement Awards.
· Day one of EnergyLab’s two-day “Future of Energy in Tassie” hackathon.
· Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation members will stop work over a pay and conditions dispute with the government.
· Today is World Arthritis Day.
· Queen Elizabeth II’s granddaughter Princess Eugenie will marry Jack Brooksbank.