Opening remarks, meeting with Indonesian Finance Minister Sri Mulyani, Canberra
19 September 2022
Can I begin by acknowledging the elders, customs and traditions of the Ngunnawal, the Ngambri, and all of the First Nations people of Australia.
And by saying what an absolute pleasure it is to welcome you, Minister Sri Mulyani – Ibu Sri – and your colleagues back to Canberra.
Day two closing remarks, Jobs and Skills Summit, Parliament House, Canberra
02 September 2022
I acknowledge, as I think all of the speakers have, the Ngunnawal and the Ngambri people, the elders, customs and traditions.
And I'm proud that First Nations ideas have been such a central part of what we've been discussing the last couple of days.
Day one closing remarks, Jobs and Skills Summit, Parliament House, Canberra
01 September 2022
In the interests of time, I’ll only speak for about 45 minutes if that’s okay. [laughter]
My job is really to wrap today up and so I won’t speak at any great length, but really to say that the progress that we’ve made today, and the contributions that people have made today, have been exactly why we brought you together.
Address to Jobs and Skills Summit, Parliament House, Canberra
01 September 2022
Thank you, Helen.
And thank you, Paul, for your characteristically kind and generous welcome to these Ngunnawal and Ngambri lands – for tens of thousands of years a place to meet and to settle differences.
Address to the Superannuation Lending Roundtable hosted by AFR, Sydney
22 August 2022
I acknowledge the traditional owners and thank Anthony – for the thoughtful introduction, for sponsoring today, and for hosting us at his Sydney home.
Michael, Jon and the AFR – thanks for convening and covering this roundtable each time, but also for the interest you show in super policy more broadly.
Address to India 75th Anniversary of Independence Reception, National Museum of Australia, Canberra
15 August 2022
I acknowledge the country and the elders, customs and traditions of the Ngunnawal and Ngambri people.
In particular, Nin Jannette, thank you for your generous welcome to country. And to you, Your Excellency [Manpreet Vohra, High Commissioner], for bringing us all together, for hosting us, and for the introduction.
Ministerial Statement on the Economy
28 July 2022
Australians are overwhelmingly optimistic and confident people.
Our optimism, and that confidence, is well‑founded – because it rests on our ability to navigate difficult times together, and emerge stronger.
Second Reading Speech, Treasury Laws Amendment (Electric Car Discount) Bill 2022
27 July 2022
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.
The introduction today of those bills by the Minister, as well this Electric Car Discount Bill today, sends an unmistakable signal to this Parliament, to Australian industry and to the Australian people and beyond, that Australia now has a government which understands the economics of cleaner and cheaper and more reliable energy, and recognises the generational imperative that we have to act on climate change.
Address to the Australian Strategic Business Forum
20 July 2022
As I have said many times, I have a mountain of respect for Governor Lowe – and for the professional, hard‑working people of the RBA.
Australians deserve a monetary policy framework that is fit for purpose into the future.
That’s what the review is all about.
Address to the Sir Roland Wilson Scholars, Australian National University, Canberra
20 July 2022
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.
I’ve known Martin well enough and for long enough to be confident you’re as committed as I am – as committed as the new Government is – to the implementation of the Uluru Statement from the Heart.