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.
29 June 2017 |
The Turnbull Government has published new figures revealing authorities are succeeding in their efforts to crack down on the illegal methamphetamine trade.
Doorstop at SMEC Office with the Hon. John Barilaro MP, Deputy Premier of New South Wales and Mr Paul Broad, Chief Executive of Snowy Hydro28 June 2017 | TranscriptPrime Minister: Well it’s great to be here with John Barilaro the Deputy Premier and of course local member, and of course Paul Broad, Chief Executive of Snowy Hydro and all the team from Snowy and Snowy Mountain Engineering Corporation, SMEC.
27 June 2017 |
Jonathon Kendall: The Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, good afternoon. Prime Minister: Yes good afternoon Jonathon, great to be with you.
27 June 2017 |
Prime Minister: Thank you Julia and thanks for meeting me at the tram stop, it was good. Julia Banks MP: As I said, I haven’t done that, the last time I met a man at a tram stop was 30 years ago!
In two weeks boring machines will start work on the Snowy Hydro 2.0.This is a massive addition to Australia's electricity security, it will boost employment, make renewables reliable and deliver the reliable power that...
We're getting on with the job of keeping the lights on and delivering the infrastructure that Australia needs and that you rely on.
The original Snowy Mountains scheme is one of the great achievements of our...
Today I announced a new $1.52 billion investment in Victorian infrastructure to ease congestion and provide better rail services right across the state. This investment is good for the economy, it will boost employment,...
Gang crime is a massive problem in Victoria and we're taking action to support the Victorian Police with additional funding for AFP expertise and capability to challenge the threats posed by these violent criminal groups...