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.
Doorstop with the NSW Minister for Police and Minister for Emergency Services, AFP Commissioner and NSW Police Commissioner20 August 2017 | TranscriptWell good afternoon. I’m joined today by Troy Grant the New South Wales Minister for Police, David Elliott, the New South Wales Minister for Counter-Terrorism, Andrew Colvin the Federal Police Commissioner, Mick Fuller the New South Wales Police Commissioner and Tony Sheehan the Commonwealth Counter-Terrorism Coordinator. After the Nice truck attack last year, I asked the Counter-Terrorism Coordinator for the Commonwealth who was then Greg Moriarty, to get together with all of the State and Territory Police agencies, with business and local Government and make sure that we had a comprehensive strategy for protecting crowded places.
20 August 2017 |
Spending time together with family and friends in our sporting stadiums, at major events and around the civic spaces of our wonderful cities is a fundamental part of what makes Australia great. Unfortunately we are not immune from the global conflicts in the Middle East and the instability around the world. My number one priority is to keep Australians safe. As we have seen from tragic events in Paris, London, Berlin and Barcelona, terrorists continue to target crowded places.
Doorstop with the Hon. Will Hodgman MP, Premier of Tasmania and Senator the Hon. Anne Ruston, Assistant Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources18 August 2017 | TranscriptIt is great to be here at the Neville Smith Forest Products. Richard and James, who is running the business and we were just saying that this business, this great renewable and sustainable Tasmanian business, just like its products, was started nearly a century ago by your dad. What a great achievement that is. What a great commitment to a great Australian, a great Tasmanian industry, the timber industry, renewable and sustainable. Supporting 3,600 jobs.
18 August 2017 |
The Lodge and Kirribilli House are two significant national buildings that have housed Prime Ministers and hold the stories and memories of leaders that have steered this nation through war and prosperity.
I’m so proud of our police, our security services, our intelligence services and our Defence Force. They’re the best in the world.
After the Nice truck attack last year I asked the Counter-Terrorism Coordinator for the Commonwealth to develop a comprehensive strategy for protecting crowded places like stadiums and malls. Yesterday we released this...
Today I released Australia’s Strategy for Protecting Crowded Places from Terrorism which was developed in close partnership with the states and territories, local government, police and the private sector. This is a...
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