INTERVIEW CHANNEL NINE TODAY SHOW

Topics: Visa cancellation, vaccine rollout KARL STEFANOVIC: Karen Andrews joins us live now from Canberra. Minister good morning, thanks for your time this morning. Tell us what you really think about her? KAREN ANDREWS: I think I have – I think her behaviour is absolutely appalling. She should have been absolutely ashamed of her own…

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PARTNERING WITH INDUSTRY TO ENHANCE AUSTRALIA’S CYBERSECURITY

The Morrison Government continues to work with Australian industry experts to enhance Australia’s cybersecurity and protect the digital economy. Minister for Home Affairs Karen Andrews welcomed the release today of the Cyber Security Industry Advisory Committee’s (IAC) first Annual Report, launched at the National Press Club by IAC Chair and Telstra CEO Andy Penn. “The…

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INTERVIEW – 4BC – BREAKFAST WITH NEIL BREEN

Topics: COVID-19, National Missing Person’s Week, Australian Citizenship. NEIL BREEN: Every week I chat to the Home Affairs Minister, Cabinet member as well, MP for McPherson on the Gold Coast, Karen Andrews. The Minister joins me on the line. Good morning, Minister. KAREN ANDREWS: Good morning, how are you? NEIL BREEN: I’m well, thanks. Of…

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INTERVIEW – ABC RADIO GOLD COAST – MORNINGS WITH MATT WEBBER

Topics: Vaccine rollout, petition for Queensland Premier not to travel to Tokyo, vaccination advertising MATT WEBBER: Karen Andrews, good to have you on. KAREN ANDREWS: It’s a pleasure and it’s great to be back on. MATT WEBBER: We’ve got Murray Watt on next week. The disadvantage of alphabet, perhaps. There’s plenty to talk about. Learning…

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TRANSCRIPT INTERVIEW – 4BC – BREAKFAST WITH SPENCER HOWSON

Topics: Petition for Queensland Premier not to travel to Tokyo, hotel quarantine, international arrivals, national firearms amnesty. SPENCER HOWSON: Karen Andrews, welcome. KAREN ANDREWS: Good morning, Spencer. How are you? SPENCER HOWSON: Very well, thank you. I’m looking at this petition that’s calling for Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk to be denied an exemption to travel to…

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TRANSCRIPT PRESS CONFERENCE – INTERNATIONAL ARRIVALS

KAREN ANDREWS: Well, thank you very much for being here this afternoon. Let me be clear: Australia’s borders are closed. There have been about 370,000 people come into Australia and hotel quarantine’s efficiency has been at the level of about 99 per cent. So clearly, hotel quarantine is an effective method of quarantining travellers returning to…

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INTERVIEW – 4BC – BREAKFAST WITH SPENCER HOWSON

Topics: Queensland lockdown, international arrivals, hotel quarantine, border protection. SPENCER HOWSON: Minister, good morning. KAREN ANDREWS: Good morning. How are you? SPENCER HOWSON: Well. Thank you very much. And I gather you’re back on the Gold Coast today, where the lockdown is also in full swing? KAREN ANDREWS: I certainly am and I’m calling in…

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TRANSCRIPT INTERVIEW – CHANNEL NINE – TODAY SHOW

Topics: Victorian State Government release of man convicted of terrorism related offences. ALISON LANGDON: Minister, thanks for your time. Adam Brookman bragged on social media about his exploits. How could something like this be allowed to happen? KAREN ANDREWS: Well, it is absolutely outrageous. Look, clearly it is a policy failure by the Victorian Government…

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TRANSCRIPT INTERVIEW – CHANNEL SEVEN – SUNRISE

Topics: Victorian State Government release of man convicted of terrorism related offences. MATT DORAN: Home Affairs Minister Karen Andrews joins me now. Minister, morning to you. Thank you for your time. A lot of people looking at this and understandably a little worried. The question is how is a man who has been convicted of…

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INTERVIEW – 4BC – BREAKFAST WITH NEIL BREEN

Topics: Coalition, AFP Podcast, Queensland State Government quarantine. NEIL BREEN: Every Wednesday, I speak to Home Affairs Minister, cabinet minister and MP for McPherson on the Gold Coast, Karen Andrews. The Minister joins me on the line. Good morning, Minister. KAREN ANDREWS: Good morning, Neil. How are you? NEIL BREEN: I’m very well, thanks. Well,…

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