30 March 2017
Prime Minister: Nature flings its worst at Australians and it has certainly happened here in The Whitsunday region but it is bringing out the very best.
29 March 2017
Presenter: Malcolm Turnbull has called us – mate, good morning to you? How are you?
Prime Minister: The priority will be to support the recovery. We have clearly, as Mark has just been saying, as the day progresses we will get an understanding of the damage from the storm.
28 March 2017
CHRIS UHLMANN: Prime Minister, what’s the latest advice you have on the damage caused by this storm?
27 March 2017
Joint Press Conference with the Treasurer, The Hon. Scott Morrison MP and Minister for the Environment and Energy, The Hon. Josh Frydenberg MP
Prime Minister: Today, we’re here with the Treasurer and the Minister for Energy to announce a new initiative to address the problem of rising electricity prices.
The Turnbull Government has directed the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to review retail electricity prices.
25 March 2017
Remarks at the Sydney Swans vs Port Adelaide AFL Game with His Excellency Li Keqiang, Premier of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China
Prime Minister: Thanks Craig, it’s great to be with you all. It’s wonderful to have you here Premier Li, here at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
24 March 2017
Prime Minister: It is wonderful to welcome you, Premier Li, here in Australia with your wife Professor Cheng Hong. Lucy and I are looking forward to spending some time with you tonight. And also it is wonderful that you have brought so many of your distinguished Ministers here, the Foreign Minister Wang Yi, the Minister for Commerce and NDRC.
Joint Press Conference with His Excellency Li Keqiang, Premier of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China
Prime Minister: Good morning. Well we’ve had very, very constructive discussions, the Premier and I and our Ministers and we are delighted to host the Premier and his wife Professor Cheng Hong here in Australia.
Remarks at Annual Leaders’ Talks with His Excellency Li Keqiang, Premier of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China
Prime Minister: Welcome to Australia for your first visit as Premier of the State Council. We are very pleased to return your hospitality that you offered us last year in April when we met for the previous round of annual leaders’ talks.