“Sold”. It’s just a four‑letter word, but for so many Australians it means much more.
Acknowledgments omitted. It’s wonderful to be here in Sydney to talk about the Albanese Government’s support for small businesses.
Displayed at the entrance of my office in Parliament is a piece of artwork I received from the Katherine Accommodation Action Group just a few weeks after I became the Minister for Housing.
It’s been just over 18 months since AHURI lasted hosted a National Housing Conference.
Acknowledgments omitted. Australians deserve a housing system that is well‑supplied and well‑functioning.
This week our nation is once again marking Homelessness Week. Across the country Homelessness Week is a time for reflection and a time for action.
As I said back in February – and on countless occasions since – we don’t have enough homes. We need to build more of the right homes in the right places.
Everyone gathered here today would be well aware that Australia is facing a significant number of housing and homelessness challenges, with real consequences for individuals and families.
Opportunity was a strong theme underpinning last week’s Budget.
It’s not often I get to talk about all my portfolio responsibilities at the one conference.
Introduction I am grateful for the opportunity to speak with you all today.
The National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation – NHFIC – has done an important job with the State of the Nation’s Housing report.
I’ve had the honour of meeting some amazing small business people in recent months.
I am delighted to join you today at the launch of an ESG Reporting Standard for Australian Community Housing.
Today marks a turning point. With the Bills I introduce today, this government is turning the page on a wasted decade of national housing policy in Australia.
Today we are here to launch the report, A Stark Reality. The word ‘stark’ is spot on. The stark reality is that the nation is at a critical turning point.
Acknowledgments omitted. Thank you for the invitation to join you today.
Acknowledgments omitted. Housing and a sense of home is a basic human need, and housing is fundamental to the wellbeing of all Australians.