TRANSCRIPT- Doorstop – Parliament House, Canberra

Topics: Major Project Status for Asterion’s cannabis project  E&OE: Karen Andrews: So, this morning I’m announcing that Asterion has been awarded Major Project Status to develop a cannabis growing and processing facility that will be based adjacent to Wellcamp Airport at Toowoomba. So this is a medicinal cannabis growing and processing plant. Currently, medicinal cannabis, legal cannabis, across the world,…

Interview – ABC Gold Coast Breakfast with Bern Young

Topics: 2019-20 Budget for the Gold Coast E&OE: Bern Young: I have joining me here  Breakfast this morning the Minister for Industry, Science and Technology and the Federal Member for McPherson here on the Gold Coast Karen Andrews. Morning, Karen. Karen Andrews:     Good morning, how are you? Bern Young: I’m well. Did you have AC/DC in your head as the Budget was being delivered…

TRANSCRIPT – Doorstop – Lot Fourteen, Adelaide

Topics: Australian Space Agency Mission Control and Discovery Centre  Speakers: Minister Andrews, South Australian Premier Steven Marshall, Head of the Australian Space Agency, Dr Megan Clarke, Dr Matthew Tetlow from space company Inovor E&OE: Karen Andrews: Well let's get started. It's an absolute pleasure to be back at Lot Fourteen again this morning with the Premier and with my federal colleagues…

TRANSCRIPT ABC – QandA program with Annabel Crabb

Panelists: Minister Karen Andrews, Linda Burney, Sarah Hanson-Young, Nicole Livingstone and Sabina Shugg E&OE. *Check against delivery* Annabel Crabb: Good evening and welcome to Q and A. I’m Annabel Crabb. Here to answer your questions tonight Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young, Olympian and head of the Women’s AFL Nicole Livingstone, Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews, Labor frontbencher Linda Burney…

Transcript – Doorstop – Parliament House, Canberra, Subjects: CRC-P Critical Minerals, manufacturing, Coastal shipping sector

E&OE: Karen Andrews: Well good morning. It's an absolute pleasure to be here this morning to announce the next round of funding for CRC Projects. Importantly, this is a $20 million commitment from the Liberal National Government to support critical minerals here in Australia. So this is the first time that CRC Projects have targeted critical minerals; we know…