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Transcript: ABC Afternoon Live 23/4/20

10.30am | April 27, 2020

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TELEVISION INTERVIEW
ABC NEWS AFTERNOON LIVE
THURSDAY, 23 APRIL 2020

Transcript: Sky News 20/4/20

12.10pm | April 20, 2020

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TELEVISION INTERVIEW
SKY NEWS AM AGENDA
MONDAY, 20 APRIL 2020

Transcript: ABC Afternoon Live 16/4/20

12.00pm | April 20, 2020

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TELEVISION INTERVIEW
ABC NEWS AFTERNOON LIVE
THURSDAY, 16 APRIL 2020

Transcript: ABC Afternoon Live 10/3/20

11.00am | March 12, 2020

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TELEVISION INTERVIEW
ABC NEWS AFTERNOON LIVE
TUESDAY, 10 MARCH 2020

Transcript: ABC Afternoon Live 25/2/20

12.00pm | March 02, 2020

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TELEVISION INTERVIEW
ABC NEWS AFTERNOON LIVE
TUESDAY, 25 FEBRUARY 2020

Media Release: Labor Acts on Intelligence Oversight

10.25am | February 25, 2020

Senator Jenny McAllister will introduce a Private Senator’s Bill to strengthen the oversight arrangements for Australia’s intelligence and security agencies.

Transcript: ABC Capital Hill 24/2/20

10.20am | February 25, 2020

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TELEVISION INTERVIEW
CAPITAL HILL WITH JANE NORMAN
MONDAY, 24 FEBRUARY 2020

SUBJECTS: Climate change, Labor’s commitment to net zero emissions by 2050, Intelligence oversight.

Transcript: Doorstop 8/2/20

3.00pm | February 10, 2020

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DOORSTOP INTERVIEW
SYDNEY
SATURDAY, 8 FEBRUARY 2020
 
SUBJECTS: Support for Chinese-Australian community; coronavirus.

Article: Back To School Should Not Mean Back To Debt

3.00pm | February 05, 2020

The beginning of each year can be a difficult time financially. All the expense of Christmas might be behind us, but for many families the school year brings a whole new set of challenges. The cost of school uniforms, shoes, and backpacks on top of mounting utility bills and rent can feel overwhelming.

Media Release: Labor Establishes Inquiry Into Foreign Interference Through Social Media

2.00pm | December 20, 2019

Labor has initiated a Select Committee on Foreign Interference through Social Media, to inquire into and report on the risk posed to Australia’s democracy by foreign interference through social media platforms – including Facebook, Twitter and WeChat. The rise of ‘fake news’ and misinformation campaigns present a very real and present danger to democracy not only in Australia, but across the globe. We must protect our democracy from malicious foreign actors.