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.
Keynote address at the Australia-US Cyber Security Dialogue Center for Strategic and International Studies22 September 2016 | TranscriptNo institution or infrastructure is more important to the future prosperity and freedom of our global community than the Internet. It powers, it punctuates our daily lives, supports our business transactions and joins our nations in what is truly a world wide web.
22 September 2016 |
It’s great to be here in Washington meeting with security leaders, reinforcing our strong alliance, our strong partnership for freedom. We’ve met today with the Director of the National Security Agency, the Director of the CIA, the Director of National Intelligence and with the Defence Secretary Ash Carter.
Australia’s National Statement in the General Debate of the 71st Session United Nations General Assembly21 September 2016 | TranscriptPRIME MINISTER: Secretary-General, Mr President, Your Excellencies. The tenor of our times is change.
21 September 2016 |
PRIME MINISTER: The number of displaced people worldwide is now as we have heard at the highest level since the aftermath of World War II.
The Coalition is connecting Western Sydney. The $3.6 billion road Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan is ahead of schedule and driving a boom in local job and business opportunities.
This package of new roads and...
On the way to announce the significant progress we're making on the West Syd Infrastructure Plan. Thanks to the Sydney Trains team for taking us out to Campbelltown. #fairgoforthewest
Meeting with Admiral Harry Harris, Commander, US Pacific Command. We are the firmest of friends, the strongest of allies, resolutely fighting for freedom right around the world - standing up for the rule of law in the...
I caught up with Speaker Ryan on Capitol Hill today in Washington DC. We had a lengthy discussion about modern politics and the importance of free trade.
Pleased to launch the inaugural US-Australia 1.5 track cyber security dialogue with Secretary of Homeland Security, Jeh Johnson, in Washington DC today.
Australia is committed to standing firm on the values of an...