Malcolm's Social Feed
Media joins with Australian of the Year Rosie Batty and Government to address domestic violence
Australia’s media sector has reaffirmed its commitment to the responsible reporting of domestic violence in a round table co-chaired by Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull and the Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Women, Michaelia Cash.
7th September 2015,
Domestic violence in Wentworth
Domestic violence is a real and serious issue in Wentworth and I am learning more about it so that I am better placed to advocate on behalf of victims.
13th August 2015,
New online copyright infringement research released
The Government has released new research on the levels of online copyright infringement in Australia and why people choose to download content illegally.
Let’s get more women into politics
I have put my hand up to be a Male Champion of Change to encourage more women into politics.
15th July 2015,
Blog: A Vote on Same Sex Marriage
Many of my constituents have written to me about the same sex marriage debate and so with the aim of clarifying some of the issues they have raised I have written this blog.
16th August 2015,
Wentworth students will benefit from Learning Potential app
An innovative new mobile app offers inspiring ways for parents to become more involved in their child’s learning from the high chair through to high school.
27th August 2015,
Apply for a grant and help plant 20 million trees
Community groups, organisations and people in Wentworth are invited to start their own tree planting projects by applying for grants in Round 2 of the 20 Million Trees Programme.
30th July 2015,
Sporting Schools kicks off across Australia
Twelve primary schools in Wentworth have signed up to the Federal Government’s $100 million Sporting Schools program – the biggest change to school sport in a decade designed to keep children fit, healthy and happy.
23rd July 2015,
School competition to honour Australia’s Vietnam veterans
Wentworth MP Malcolm Turnbull has encouraged local high school students to enter the Federal Government’s Honouring Australian Vietnam Veterans schools’ competition.
20th August 2015,