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MARK BIRRELL: On behalf of Infrastructure Australia thank you for coming along.

PRESENTER: Infrastructure Australia is releasing its first 15 year plan today, outlining several bold initiatives to improve living standards and productivity. The landmark report prioritises 93 projects, including the widening of the Tullamarine Freeway and the Perth Freight Link project.

Wednesday, 10 February 2016 09:56


MICHAEL BRISSENDEN: The Federal Government is planning to reform motor vehicle laws with the changes to come into force after the closure of Holden, Ford and Toyota plants in South Australia and Victoria.  From 2018, consumers will be allowed to personally import new motor vehicles from Japan and the UK. 

Topics: CityLink Tulla Widening contract award, Melbourne Metro 

PAUL FLETCHER: I’m very pleased to be here at Essendon Fields with Luke Donnellan, the Victorian Minister for Roads and Road Safety; Trevor Boyd from VicRoads; Michael Kalinowski from Lend Lease. This is a very important project.

Wednesday, 03 February 2016 13:38


Topics: Norfolk Island

NICK GRIMM: Norfolk Island residents, some came something close to insurrection at a public meeting with the Australian Minister for Territories as anger boiled over there this week about the process put in place to remove its system of self-government.

Thursday, 21 January 2016 11:12


Topics: Islamic State, NSW pre-selections

KRISTINA KENEALLY: Look, let’s start with the Prime Minister’s speech overnight in Washington, DC. He says that unilateral- excuse me, he said that … he made some comments about Islam, particularly about – they were in stark contrast to those of his predecessor Tony Abbott. You know, he made very clear that we should not be so delicate to say that Islam … the Islamic State has nothing to do with Islam, but neither should we tag all Muslims with the responsibility for the crimes of a tiny terrorist organisation. What effect do you think the PM’s language will have on Muslims in Australia as we continue this fight against Islamic State?

The days of great slabs of free Commonwealth money being handed over to states for new roads and railways is rapidly becoming a thing of the past.

Monday, 16 November 2015 17:57

Transcript - Sky News To The Point

PETER VAN ONSELEN:  Alright, well we’re joined now as promised by Paul Fletcher, minister in the new Turnbull Government, thanks for your company.

PAUL FLETCHER: Thanks Peter, thanks Kristina. Good to be with you.

Monday, 16 November 2015 00:00

Transcript - ABC Drive with Richard Glover

RICHARD GLOVER: You’re listening to the ABC in Sydney. The Monday Political Forum. Paul Fletcher is the Member for Bradfield and the Minister for Territories et cetera,

Friday, 13 November 2015 00:00

Transcript - 2UE Mornings with Stuart Bocking

STUART BOCKING: There’s been a lot of talk about the need for a sort of high speed rail link, certainly, between the CBD and Badgerys Creek once that airport is built and today a very important launch of what is a now a scoping study that will have a look at the various options around all of this.

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