Pleased I could join you here this afternoon at the National Press Club, on Ngunnawal and Ngambri country –
This Bill and this Government recognises that Australian households and businesses are confronting unsustainable, unacceptable energy price rises.
Introduction Thanks Kristy [Graham, CEO ASFI] and Kristian [Fok, Chair & Director ASFI] for the introduction and for the invitation to join you.
Thanks Michelle [Gunn, Editor, The Australian] for the introduction, to The Australian and especially John Lehmann for the invitation – and what a great idea to get this group of
The Ngunnawal and Ngambri people were telling stories and living under law on this country in time immemorial, and I want to pay my respects to their elders past and present, thank them for caring
Address to the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Western Australia and Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Perth, Western Australia
Good morning, everybody and thank you for having me out west and for showing up in such incredible numbers for a conversation this morning about the Budget and the economy more broadly and the cruc
Introduction Can I begin by acknowledging the traditional custodians of these lands, their culture and customs –
Thanks Laura [Tingle] for your very kind introduction, and the Board and Maurice, for having me back at the National Press Club to speak for the sixth time, but the first time as Treasurer –
I move that the Bill now be read a second time. Building a better future Speaker, from the Ngunnawal and Ngambri lands of Canberra.
Thanks very much Treasurer [Cameron Dick] for your generous introduction and for bringing us all together today.
Thanks for that lovely introduction. Good morning everybody, can I begin by acknowledging the elders, customs and traditions of the traditional custodians in this part of the land.
Can I begin by acknowledging the elders, customs and traditions of the Ngunnawal, the Ngambri, and all of the First Nations people of Australia.
I acknowledge, as I think all of the speakers have, the Ngunnawal and the Ngambri people, the elders, customs and traditions.
In the interests of time, I’ll only speak for about 45 minutes if that’s okay.
Thanks, PM. Thank you, Helen.
I acknowledge the traditional owners and thank Anthony – for the thoughtful introduction, for sponsoring today, and for hosting us at his Sydney home.
I acknowledge the country and the elders, customs and traditions of the Ngunnawal and Ngambri people.
Speaker – Australians are overwhelmingly optimistic and confident people.
I'm really excited to be introducing this bill today, and particularly to follow the Minister for Climate Change, having just presented some of the broader climate change bills to the Parliament.
Thanks Martin [Parkinson] for that kind introduction and for the opportunity to acknowledge country and the elders, customs and traditions of the Ngunnawal and Ngambri people as we meet today.