Thank you to the Prime Minister and the Opposition Leader for wonderful, heartfelt tributes which do great justice to the life of a great man.
Resilience and risk Thank you Tony, the HSBC team, and Ticky Fullerton for a really welcome opportunity to address you all at this Asia Pacific Board Summit on Gadigal country, and here a
I can’t thank you enough Jen for that welcome, and for this special, now solemn opportunity to pay tribute to Bill Hayden.
Can I begin by acknowledging the custodians of this land, their elders, cultures, customs and traditions ‑ And by thanking Claire Harvey for her introduction –
Thanks Duncan, thanks everyone who has come along tonight and thanks to the Press Club for hosting us once again.
Thanks Caitlin Byrne for the generous introduction.
Thank you, Uncle Michael, for welcoming us to country this morning. Today, we acknowledge the elders, the traditions, the culture of the Koa people –
Thank you, Oli, for that lovely introduction. I’d like to acknowledge the Darumbal People as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we meet –
Thank you, Shona, for that introduction and to the Walkley Foundation for hosting us this afternoon and for the invitation to say a few words.
Aunty Lois May – that was a wonderful welcome to country, thank you. We acknowledge the Whadjuk Noongar people, their elders, their customs and traditions.
Australians living longer and healthier lives – In a country powered by renewables and transformed by technology –
Thanks to Jo for that really kind introduction –
Let me begin by acknowledging the elders, customs and traditions of the Yugambeh and Yagara people – And by thanking those of you here supporting a Voice for First Nations people –
We acknowledge the Wurundjeri of the Kulin nation, your people, your customs and country – Grateful for the warmth and grace you’ve received us with –
Thank you Jillian, for that warm welcome and introduction. To the CSIRO, the Queensland Government, to all major sponsors and partners – Thanks for making this event happen –
Thank you Eva for that kind introduction and welcome. It’s a privilege to be hosted by you, Mike, Ruth and the Property Council here this morning –
Kia ora. Here, in Tamaki Makaurau, I want to pay my respects to the traditional custodians of this land, and all the First Nations people of our two great countries.
Uncle Brendan, thank you for that generous welcome to country. I also acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora nation –
Can I begin by acknowledging the Whadjuk Noongar people, their Elders, customs, and traditions.
Thanks very much, Tony, for that introduction. And good afternoon, everybody, thanks for the opportunity to spend a Friday afternoon of Budget week with you here.