Interview on Ch 9 Today with David Campbell

Topics: Border closures and coronavirus impacts on tourism over Christmas; travel credits & refunds; 22/12/20 07:23AM   David Campbell:          For more on this coronavirus mutation that’s reached our shores, I’m joined now by Trade and Tourism Minister, Simon Birmingham, in Adelaide. Minister, good morning to you.   Simon Birmingham:       Good morning.   David Campbell:            Countries…

Interview on Channel 7, Sunrise, with Monique Wright

Topics: NSW COVID-19 outbreak, Border closures, Tourism operators, 22/12/2020 07:14AM   Monique Wright:          Well, more than 100 Sydney venues are on alert as authorities’ scramble to contain the Northern Beaches outbreak, with more than a dozen locations added to the list overnight. There’s fresh hope ahead of Christmas after New South Wales recorded 15 new…

Interview on Sky News Live, Afternoon Agenda, with Julie Snook.    

Topics: State border closures; tourism industry; trade diversification; Australia-China trade relationship 21/12/20 2:46PM   Julie Snook:     Joining me now from Adelaide is the Trade, Tourism and Finance Minister, Simon Birmingham. Minister, thank you so much for your time this afternoon. First of all, states have slammed their borders shut on people hoping to visit from…

Interview on ABC Radio Adelaide, Breakfast with Spence Denny.      

Topics: Australia-China trade relationship; Government reshuffle; Budget Update; JobSeeker and JobKeeper. 18/12/20 08:51AM   Spence Denny:             Now, we know that a coalition reshuffle is predicted for today and that Senator for South Australia, Simon Birmingham, already has been appointed as the Finance Minister and will relinquish Trade, which is expected to go to Dan Tehan.…

Interview on 5AA Summer Breakfast with Tom Rehn and Kate Collins

Topics: Budget update; Australia’s economic position; JobSeeker; COVID vaccine rollout, Aged Care home care packages, Australia-China trade relations. 18/12/20 7:35AM   Tom Rehn:       But Kate, right now we’re going to talk some figures because it’s been a difficult year with everything that’s happened in 2020.   Kate Collins:    Yes. To talk to us, give us…