Interview on ABC Radio Adelaide, Breakfast with Ali Clarke

E&OE TRANSCRIPT Interview on ABC Radio Adelaide, Breakfast with Ali Clarke Topics: Same-sex marriage; Auditor-General finding on SA State Government grant to One Community; Murray-Darling Basin Plan 29/11/2017 08:35AM   Ali Clarke:                    Good morning to Federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham. Simon Birmingham:     Good morning, Ali. Ali Clarke:                    And leader of the Australian Conservatives,…

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Doorstop Interview, Canberra

E&OE TRANSCRIPT Doorstop Interview, Canberra Topics: University completion rates and graduate outcome data; Same-sex marriage; Sam Dastyari 29/11/2017 7:30AM   Simon Birmingham:     The Turnbull Government’s higher education reform, in particular our push to have universities have performance payments applied to 7.5 per cent of their student funding. As this new data shows that numbers of…

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Interview on ABC News radio with Fiona Ellis-Jones

E&OE TRANSCRIPT Interview on ABC News radio with Fiona Ellis-Jones Topics: University completion rates and graduate outcome data; Same-sex marriage 29/11/2017 07:23 AM   Fiona Ellis-Jones:        The Federal Government has released new data showing that students are dropping out of university in record numbers. The figures show two-thirds of university students are failing to complete…

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Interview on ABC News Breakfast with Michael Rowland

E&OE TRANSCRIPT Interview on ABC News Breakfast with Michael Rowland Topics: Same-sex marriage; University completion rates and graduate outcome data 29/11/2017 07:13AM   Del Irani:                      Now, students are dropping out of university at record rates according to new data released by the Federal Government. Michael Rowland:        Yes, research from a survey of graduates found that…

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Speech at National History Challenge awards ceremony

  E&OE TRANSCRIPT Speech at National History Challenge awards ceremony, Canberra 27/11/2017 Simon Birmingham:    Can I acknowledge [indistinct] to see you here again. I acknowledge Australia’s Indigenous people’s, the Ngunnawal-Ngambri people, to the Canberra region, indeed all of Australia’s Indigenous people, and acknowledge that as a nation we continue to learn so much more of…

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