Doorstop interview, Canberra

E&OE TRANSCRIPT Doorstop interview, Canberra Topics: Rorting of child care payments; Murray-Darling Basin plan; National Energy Guarantee: Higher education reforms; Proposal from the Hobart City Council to change the date of Australia Day; AFP raids on AWU offices 25/10/2017 7:45AM   Simon Birmingham:     … on a non-political front, can I say that the hearts, prayers,…

E&OE TRANSCRIPT Interview on ABC Radio Adelaide, Breakfast with Ali Clarke and David Bevan Topics: Schoolies t-shirt image; National Energy Guarantee 18/10/2017 08:36AM David Bevan: Every Wednesday we gather three federal South Australian MPs to discuss the big national issues. Well, there isn’t a bigger one going on at the moment than power. The Prime…

Doorstop Interview, Hobart

E&OE TRANSCRIPT Doorstop Interview, Hobart Topics: English language testing standards for international students; Automated marking of NAPLAN tests 12/10/2017 09:00AM Phil Honeywood: Ladies and gentlemen, for the third year in a row we’ve had the privilege of hosting the Minister here at the largest international education conference in the southern hemisphere, and the Minister has…

Interview on Triple M Hobart, breakfast with Dave Noonan and Al Plath

E&OE TRANSCRIPT Interview on Triple M Hobart, breakfast with Dave Noonan and Al Plath Topics: English language testing standards for international students 12/10/2017 06:37AM Dave Noonan: We’ve got a surprise early morning visitor; the Minister for Education- Federal Minister for Education, Simon Birmingham. Good morning, Simon. Simon Birmingham: Good morning guys, great to be with…

Interview on 3AW Breakfast with Ross Stevenson and John Burns

E&OE TRANSCRIPT Interview on 3AW Breakfast with Ross Stevenson and John Burns Topics: English language testing standards for international students 12/10/2017 07:50AM Ross Stevenson: There’s a fair chance that the emergency wards at most Melbourne hospitals are currently full of university administrators who are in there with central chest pain having read the fact that…