Malcolm Turnbull MP Federal Member for Wentworth

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  • National day of mourning and national memorial service for the victims of flight MH17

    The Government has declared Thursday 7 August 2014 to be a National Day of Mourning to honour the victims of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17.

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  • NBN Co launches new satellite broadband services

    NBN Co has launched its new satellite support scheme, which will deliver broadband services to Australia’s most remote premises.

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  • Tough, But Necessary Steps Taken to Repair Budget

    The Government’s first Budget is laying the foundations for a strong and prosperous economy with less debt.

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    AIIA Speech: Navigating Analytics Summit

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Malcolm's Blog

Trying to make sense of the confused, and confusing, Mr Clare.

The NBN Co has met, indeed surpassed, its target for total (ie brown and greenfield) premises passed with fibre as at June 30.

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National Archives Conference Address - Open for business in the digital economy

What it means for Australian Government agencies to engage online, be transparent and provide increased access to public sector data

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2nd June 2014,   No comments
Communications & Broadband, Speeches

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MyBroadband site identifies Australia’s broadband blackspots

A website launched today will allow Australians to see how their neighbourhood rates in terms of internet connectivity. NBN Co has the information from the website and will consider poorly served areas in prioritising the NBN rollout where this is logistically and commercially feasible.

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20th February 2014,   No comments
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Discussion Paper on Online Copyright Infringement

31 July 2014: I spoke to the ABC’s Chris Uhlmann on AM about the Government’s online copyright infringement discussion paper and the violence in Gaza.

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31st July 2014,   No comments
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Transcript: Australian Federal Police on their way to Ukraine

I spoke to Lisa and Tanya Plibersek about Julie Bishop’s handling of the MH17 incident and Joe Hockey’s biography.

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25th July 2014,   No comments
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Transcript: Interview With ABC 774’s Jon-Bot 3000

I spoke to ABC 774’s Jon Faine about the NBN, the future of the ABC and increasing use of robots in the workplace

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15th July 2014,   No comments
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Trying to make sense of the confused, and confusing, Mr Clare.

Mr Clare may not like it, but the NBN Co for the first time is meeting and beating its targets

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14th July 2014,   No comments
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Child Care Benefit increases today for families

The rate of Child Care Benefit families receive will increase from today, Assistant Minister for Education Sussan Ley announced this morning.

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7th July 2014,   No comments
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Panel Discussion: Can the Commonwealth Drive Infrastructure Spending?

I joined a panel with Paul Broad and Henry Ergas to discuss how federal government spending in infrastructure can be made more efficient.

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4th July 2014,   No comments
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Crawford School Forum Transcript: ‘Global Realities and Domestic Choices’

The Theme of the ANU Crawford School Forum is ‘Global Realities and Domestic Choices’.  Governments are finding it more difficult to build political or community consensus around good policy. They’re having trouble making good policy equal good politics.

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2nd July 2014,   No comments
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Speech: ‘Australia Post in the Digital Age’

Australia Post is facing up to a technology tsunami which threatens its fundamental business model.  But unlike its private sector competitors, Australia Post’s ability to respond to digital disruption - to digital substitution - is limited under regulations that compel the company to provide a five day a week delivery service to 98 per cent of all homes and businesses.

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24th June 2014,   No comments
Ministerial Feed, Speeches

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Have your say on our National Landcare Programme

The Australian Government will hit the road in August to talk to Australian communities about getting involved in the National Landcare Programme.

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31st July 2014,   No comments
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Welfare review public submissions closing soon

Residents of Wentworth are encouraged to have their say on the recently released interim report proposing improvements to Australia’s welfare system.

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28th July 2014,   No comments
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Consultation Opens for New Industry Skills Fund

The Australian Government is seeking feedback on the design and implementation of the new Industry Skills Fund, the $476 million programme which will underpin Australia’s sustainable industries of the future.

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28th July 2014,   No comments
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Aged Care Fee Estimator launched

People looking for aged care services in Wentworth will now have access to an online tool that will help them estimate their aged care costs.

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9th July 2014,   No comments
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Registrations open for Australian Heritage Week

Registrations are now open for events during Australian Heritage Week 2014 and I encourage everyone in Wentworth to get involved.

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22nd April 2014,   No comments
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