Neil, last week we delivered on the biggest and most comprehensive reform to the way schools are funded by the Federal Government, in our history.
But what we have done today is announce that we are committing $1.5 billion, additional dollars, to infrastructure in Victoria.
The Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, good afternoon.
Yes good afternoon Jonathon, great to be with you.
Now this stoush over regional rail has been going since May. Has your Government buckled to pressure from the Victorian Premier?
This is the engineering firm that designed the Snowy Mountains Scheme and it’s great that they’re here back in their old premises getting started again. There’s 250 people working on Snowy Hydro 2.0 now
The Turnbull Government has published new figures revealing authorities are succeeding in their efforts to crack down on the illegal methamphetamine trade.
I’m here actually in my capacity as the husband of the Chief Commissioner of the Greater Sydney Commission. But I can tell you Lucy is in love with this city.
The Turnbull Government is committed to protecting Australians online and stopping cyber criminals.
Cybercrime is conservatively estimated to cost the Australian economy $1 billion a year.
Since its inception at the end of 2014, there have been over 114,000 reports of cybercrime registered with the Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network (ACORN).
Notably 23,700 of these have been reported over the last 6 months, highlighting a growing occurrence of cyber criminal activity.
The PaTH program that we’re undertaking is bringing young Australians into the workforce.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will depart Australia tomorrow to attend the G20 Leaders’ Summit in Hamburg, Germany, on 7-8 July. This will be followed by official visits to France and the United Kingdom.
Australia categorically condemns North Korea’s first launch of an Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile.
This is a further dangerous escalation by a reckless regime.
The Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile launch is a dangerous and provocative act that destabilises the region and directly threatens all nations within range of this offensive weapon.
Australia will work with our international partners and allies to demonstrate that a provocation of this kind will bear consequences.
Prime Minister of Australia
The Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP
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