TRANSCRIPT Interview – Radio National Breakfast

Topics: NASA Moon to Mars program, space industry E&OE Hamish Macdonald: Well Australia has hitched a ride on Donald Trump’s ambitious plan to send a human mission to Mars. The US President has directed NASA to return to the moon by 2024 and to then use the lunar landings as a launchpad for a seven-month…

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TRANSCRIPT Interview – 5AA Adelaide Breakfast

Topics: NASA Moon to Mars program, space industry E&OE David Penberthy: NASA has a stated goal of returning to the moon by 2024, and over the weekend, the suggestion Australia could help them get there. The Australian Space Agency, headquartered right here in Adelaide, has signed a statement of intent with the people of NASA.…

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TRANSCRIPT Interview – Weekend Today

Topics: $150 million investment in Australian space sector to join NASA for Moon to Mars mission. E&OE: Allison Langdon: Well, prepare for lift-off. The Prime Minister has had space on the brain during his visit with Donald Trump, announcing a $150 million investment into local businesses and new technologies to support NASA missions. David Campbell: Yes, for…

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TRANSCRIPT Doorstop – Gold Coast

Topics: $150 million investment in Australian space sector to join NASA for Moon to Mars mission & Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child E&OE: Karen Andrews: What a great day for Australian space. Overnight the Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced that the Federal Government was going to be committing an additional $150 million to grow…

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TRANSCRIPT Interview – Sky News The Kenny Report

Topics: Flammable cladding, union legislation, economic growth, energy costs E&OE Chris Kenny: Now a slowing economy and high electricity prices is just two of the big problems confronting Australian industry at the moment and they’re probably linked of course with flammable cladding and unsafe high rise buildings. Our construction industry crisis and the Government is…

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TRANSCRIPT Interview – Channel 7 Sunrise

Topics: Plastic recycling industry, Cooperative Research Centres Projects  E&OE David Koch: $20 million is set to be spent improving our recycling industry. The Government will announce the funding today after state and territory leaders agreed to banning the export of waste at last week’s COAG meeting. Would you believe we generate 103 kilograms of plastic…

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TRANSCRIPT Interview – RN Breakfast with Patricia Karvelas

Topics: Plastic recycling industry, Cooperative Research Centres Projects, Pacific Islands Forum E&OE   Patricia Karvelas:   A federal deal with states and territories to work towards banning the export of recyclable waste was the key achievement of last week’s Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting, that COAG meeting on the Friday. But in order to reach that…

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TRANSCRIPT DOORSTOP – Downer Rosehill Processing Facility

EO&E… PRIME MINISTER: Good morning everyone, it’s great to be here with Minister Karen Andrews and it’s also great to be here with Peter Schmigel from the Australian Council of Recycling. It’s great to be here at the Downer site which is doing something absolutely amazing about Australia’s future. What I am holding here is asphalt…

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