I am pleased to announce that the Prime Minister of the Republic of Vanuatu, the Honourable Charlot Salwai Tabimasmas MP, will visit Australia from 23 to 29 June.
The loss of so many jobs is very, very tough, heartbreaking news for the Australians, the Australian workers at Telstra - eight thousand over the next three years - that have been affected.
But one of the most remarkable institutions here is an organisation or an institution called AIATSIS and Michael McDaniel the Chairman of that – is someone there clapping for AIATSIS there? - and it was established in the 60s by Menzies in fact.
The Australia-China Relationship gets stronger and stronger. It is built on so many connections.
So Cecilia, it’s great that you’re here. Welcome, we look forward to hearing from you about the great opportunities and the big horizons for Australia-European trade.
The Turnbull Government is backing Australian businesses and Australian jobs by launching negotiations on a Free Trade Agreement with the European Union.
I know you do. I’m full of admiration and look, well done, ‘Give Me 5 For Kids’, fantastic.
Look, we committed 80 per cent of the cost of this new bridge, $461 million in the Federal Budget.
I will deliver a national apology to the survivors, victims and families of institutional child sexual abuse on the 22nd of October here in Canberra.
The Turnbull Government will establish a National Office for Child Safety and issue a formal apology in response to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.
Prime Minister of Australia
The Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP
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