Interview on ABC Adelaide, Mornings with David Bevan

E&OE TRANSCRIPT Interview on ABC Radio Adelaide, Mornings with David Bevan.      Topics: Coronavirus, JobKeeper payments, 09/04/20 09:07AM   David Bevan:    Simon Birmingham, good morning to you.   Simon Birmingham:     Good morning, David, and good morning to your listeners.   David Bevan:    Do you think you’re getting the hang of this, this whole coronavirus thing? We’re settling into…

Interview on Channel 7, Sunrise, with Natalie Barr

Transcript, E&OE Topics: Coronavirus; Support package. 01 April 2020 Natalie Barr: Australia’s agriculture and seafood industries have been given a boost this morning with the Government announcing a $170 million support package. The sectors have been hit hard by the coronavirus crisis after travel restrictions halted exports. A hundred and ten million dollars has been allocated…

Interview on ABC News, News Breakfast, with Michael Rowland

Transcript, E&OE Topics: Coronavirus; Organised flights for seafood exports; PPE equipment; Future tax cuts. 01 April 2020 Michael Rowland: But first, we’re joined by Trade and Tourism Minister, Simon Birmingham. Minister good morning to you. Let’s go to those flights organised for the export of seafood. How important is that? Simon Birmingham: Michael, these are critical sectors…

Interview on ABC Radio Adelaide, Mornings, with Spence Denny

Transcript, E&OE Topics: Coronavirus; Social distancing; Sydney Airport; Financial Supports from the Government. 27 March 2020 Spence Denny: Senator Simon Birmingham, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment. Good morning to you. Simon Birmingham: Good morning Spence. Thank you for the opportunity. Hello from my home to your home. Spence Denny: There you go. Look, logistically, how are the…

Interview on Channel 9 Today with Karl Stefanovic and Allison Langdon

Transcript, E&OE Topics: Lockdown enhancement, chaos at Sydney Airport. 27 March 2020 Allison Langdon: So the death of a man in Western Australia has taken the national coronavirus death toll to 13, and it follows an additional three deaths in Melbourne and one in Queensland yesterday alone. Karl Stefanovic: It’s prompted calls from Victoria’s Chief Medical Officer…