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  • Transcript - Sky Newsday with Laura Jayes
  • LAURA JAYES: Let’s go live to Brisbane now. The ALP President, Wayne Swan, joins us now live. Wayne Swan, thanks so much for your time. The Prime Minister says you’ve got nothing to crow about – do you?
  • July 30, 2018

  • Transcript - CNBC Street Signs Asia
  • MARTIN SOONG: Let's bring in Wayne Swan right now – President of the Australian Labor Party, also former Deputy Prime Minister of Australia, he joins us live down from Brisbane. Mr Swan, good to see you and appreciate your time.
  • July 30, 2018

  • Transcript - ABC Sunday Extra
  • HUGH RIMINTON: Well, Labor did it. It defied the predictions of many and held onto the four seats it had up for grabs in the Super Saturday by-elections.
  • July 29, 2018

  • Transcript - ABC Weekend Breakfast
  • JOHANNA NICHOLSON: Now, Opposition Leader Bill Shorten was jubilant last night after the by-election results. He used his speech as a rallying cry for Labor's chances of being elected to government at the next federal election.
  • July 29, 2018

  • Transcript - National Wrap
  • PATRICIA KARVELAS: The Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull has given his first indication that he is prepared to look at his policy agenda after losing in three of Saturday's by-election seats where the Coalition ran. Federal Liberal President Nick Greiner and newly elected ALP President Wayne Swan join me now. Nick Greiner and Wayne Swan, welcome to National Wrap.
  • July 29, 2018

  • Speech - Constituency Statement (NBN) (1)
  • Last February, I raised matters in the House about the quality and rollout of the NBN in the electorate of Lilley. Since then, there has been no significant improvement.
  • July 27, 2018