The Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP
Malcolm Turnbull became the 29th Prime Minister of Australia on 15 September 2015 and was sworn in for a second term on 19 July 2016.
Since entering Federal politics as the Member for Wentworth in 2004, Mr Turnbull has held a number of parliamentary positions.
24 April 2017 |
Australia and China have agreed to enhanced cyber security cooperation following discussions between Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and Meng Jianzhu, Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party’s Central Commission for Political and Legal Affairs in Sydney on 21 April.
Joint Press Conference with The Honorable Michael R. Pence, Vice President of the United States of America22 April 2017 | TranscriptPrime Minister: Vice President, it has been a great honour to welcome you to Australia.
Remarks – Meeting with The Honorable Michael R. Pence, Vice President of the United States of America22 April 2017 | TranscriptPrime Minister: Vice President, welcome. We’ve had a great discussion and prior to that our families got together and had a good morning tea and enjoyed meeting your wife and your daughters. I know that Karen enjoyed meeting our grandchildren. It was a very warm family event. Welcome.
21 April 2017 |
Miranda Devine: Good morning I’m Miranda Devine and welcome to The Daily Telegraph’s first ever Facebook live interview with the Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, coming live to you on The Daily Telegraph website.
Privileged to meet and thank our modern-day ANZACs in Iraq and Afghanistan. They are defending our values abroad to keep us safe at home.
It has been an honour to meet the servicemen and women in the Middle East, to thank the Anzacs of today for their service. Almost 2000 Australians are helping to defeat and destroy the terrorists - they are defending...
Fruitful discussions with Vice President Mike Pence today. Our two nations share so much - a commitment to freedom, democracy and the rule of law. This enduring alliance remains strong.