TRANSCRIPT INTERVIEW – CHANNEL 7 – SUNRISE

Topics: Defence spending, Department of Home Affairs Secretary’s ANZAC Day message, COVID-19 situation in India, pause on flights from India E&OE DAVID KOCH:  The Prime Minister is expected to unveil a $747 million defence package in the Northern Territory today, aimed at preparing the ADF for emerging threats in the region. Four military bases are…

TRANSCRIPT Interview – Channel 7, Sunrise

Topics: Reshuffle, Member for Bowman Natalie Barr: Well, the Prime Minister has announced a ministerial reshuffle following weeks of scandal that have engulfed his government. Senator Michaelia Cash has been appointed Australia’s new Attorney-General, replacing Christian Porter. Foreign Minister, Marise Payne, will lead a taskforce of new ministerial roles, including women’s safety and women’s economic…

TRANSCRIPT Interview – Sunrise, Channel 7

Topics: Conduct in Parliament House E&OE: Monique Wright: Well, joining us now is the Minister for Industry, Science and Technology, Karen Andrews. Good morning to you, Minister, thanks for being with us. How widespread is this problem, do you think, in Parliament House? Have you heard of this happening before? I heard, Tanya Plibersek, last…

TRANSCRIPT Interview – Sunrise

Topics: COVID-19 vaccine E&OE: Natalie Barr: Well the Government has struck two coronavirus vaccine deals. They’ll give Australia access to potential treatments from both the University of Queensland and Oxford University. Both vaccines are in advanced stages of testing. The agreements are worth $1.7 billion, and would secure around 85 million doses which would be…

TRANSCRIPT Interview – Channel 7, Sunrise

Topics: Manufacturing Modernisation fund recipients & the return of the Polly Waffle E&OE: David Koch: An iconic Aussie chocolate bar is making a comeback amid a push to boost local manufacturing in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The Polly Waffle was last seen on supermarket shelves in 2009 but South Australian company Robern Menz…

TRANSCRIPT Interview – Channel 7, Sunrise

Topics: Aussie manufacturer pivoting to make masks for coronavirus E&OE: David Koch: A South Australian company that makes packaging for McDonalds and KFC will soon start making surgical and respirator masks for frontline health workers around the country. Detmold has come to an agreement with the Federal and South Australian Government to produce 145 million…