Today, I want to talk about what I like to call the 'Fair Go Economy' that we have here in Australia.
Change within the banking and financial sector is not on its way. It's already here and it's now.
Aspiration has no age limit. That’s what we believe.
So I said that I'd return with an answer this time last year, and here I am and I have with the great assistance of Mathias Cormann who I'm pleased to have with me today and Ben Morton.
The essential services that Australians rely on. The quality of our schools and hospitals. Medicare, the PBS and our disability services.
At last year’s Federal Council, I said that as a party our job was not to persuade Australians to be on our side, but to convince and demonstrate to them that we were on theirs.
Mark and Nicole and Steve, he calls himself lucky Steve, you saw him in the video there, Jo and Cruz and Nick, they’re like millions of Australians today.
The faces you have just seen, the stories you have heard, are why the Turnbull Government is focused on building a strong economy.
Thank you Mr Speaker, I move that this Bill now be read a second time. "What have you achieved? What are you going to do now? What does it mean for me?"
Our economy is continuing to strengthen. All Australians do and must share in the benefits of a stronger economy.
Of all the features of our Australian economy, the most impressive is its resilience.
Thank you Chancellor for that warm introduction. It’s great to be here to talk about the close relationship that exists between Australia and the UK.
Thank you, it's an honour for the Australian Government to host this Summit.
2018 is a great year of economic opportunity for Australia, for Australian businesses, and for investments in Australia.
Treasury Laws Amendment Enterprise Tax Plan (No. 2) Bill summing up speech, the House of Representatives
Firstly, I thank all the members who have contributed to this debate. This Bill delivers on the remainder of the Government's Enterprise Tax Plan introduced in the 2016-17 Budget.
The debate regarding same sex marriage in Australia has been settled.
Address to the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s 2017 Business Leaders Annual Dinner, Canberra
It’s happening, right here and right now. Our economy is shifting gears, and we are entering a new chapter of growth.
There is now an economic consensus in Australia that the “better days ahead” I spoke about in this year’s Budget are materialising.
Thanks for your warm welcome. It’s great to be here to talk about the Government’s vision for social impact investing in Australia.
In January, I stood on a stage in London and spoke of the challenge of navigating our economy through an important transition.