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Prime Minister of Australia

The Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP

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20 March 2017

19 March 2017

  • Thank you all, the Holocaust survivors here and the children and grandchildren who have been so courageous, so courageous in surviving and in creating this extraordinary museum. John Saunders, the founder so many years ago, another survivor of the Holocaust, sought to ensure that the memory of those terrible crimes never faded from view. 

17 March 2017

  • I look forward to welcoming His Excellency Li Keqiang, Premier of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China, and his wife Madame Cheng Hong to Australia from 22-26 March.

  • Charlie McKillop: Prime Minister – thanks for being with us. And shoring up Australia’s future energy security will be complex and difficult won’t it?

  • Neil Mitchell: The Prime Minister Mr Turnbull, good morning. Prime Minister: Good morning, great to be with you. Neil Mitchell: The Business Council of Australia who are your supporters in a sense, say we all face cuts in services, lower living standards, higher taxes, if you don’t get the Budget right. They say there is no strategy. What’s your answer?

  • David Koch: Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull. Just got off the number 11 tram at Melbourne to visit our studios, he joins me now. Trust it was a good trip Prime Minister? Prime Minister: It was, it was great. 

16 March 2017

  • David Lipson: Prime Minister, thanks for joining us on Lateline. Prime Minister: Great to be with you. David Lipson: Your plan for the Snowy 2.0 will add another 2,000 megawatts to the grid, at least, how much of that will be pumped hydro?

  • Carrie Bickmore: Please welcome Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull. Prime Minister: Thank you. Carrie Bickmore: Great to have you here. Certainly has been a big day. Did you choke on your popcorn as you watched that press conference happen today?

  • Raf Epstein: Prime Minister, good afternoon. Prime Minister: How are you Rafael? Raf Epstein: I’m okay. The feasibility study to turn the Snowy essentially I guess or parts of into a battery – is that definitely going to happen or do you wait for the study?

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