Deaf Australia CEO Kyle Miers addresses the Press Club on the topic: Does Listening Help? The Impact of Deaf Children's Literacy.
Health Minister Greg Hunt addresses the Press Club on the topic: Health 2030: Australia's Long-Term National Health Plan and the Vision for a Mentally Healthier Community.
To discuss mental health priorities, Beyondblue CEO Georgie Harman, ConNetica director John Mendoza, and the head of ANU's Mental Health Research Centre, Luis Salvador-Carulla.
Telstra CEO Andy Penn addresses the National Press Club on the topic: Connecting Australia and Australians: The Things We Need to Get Right.
The federal president of the Australian Medical Association, Dr Tony Bartone, addresses the Press Club on the topic: Enough Talking: Time for Action on Long-term Health Policy Vision.
During NAIDOC Week and in this address, Ken Wyatt lays out the pathway to possible constitutional recognition for Australia's first peoples and the importance on the voice to parliament.
ABC managing director David Anderson, Nine CEO Hugh Marks and News Corp executive chairman Michael Miller take part in a Press Club forum on freedom of the press, moderated by Sabra Lane.
Deloitte Access Economics partner Chris Richardson addresses the National Press Club on the topic: the future of work, dispelling myths about robots, work, casual jobs, skills and more.
Award-winning Australian science journalist Elizabeth Finkel addresses the National Press Club in recognition of her impressive contributions to science communication as the 2019 ASMR medallist.
Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources David Littleproud and Labor Shadow Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Joel Fitzgibbon in the agriculture leaders' election debate.
Leader of the Greens, Senator Richard Di Natale, addresses the National Press Club ahead of the Federal Election.
Shadow treasurer Chris Bowen addresses the National Press Club.
The resilience of Australia's energy and resources sector in challenging times. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg speaks at the National Press Club in Canberra.
Three leading Australian female economists outline what they think should be in the federal budget: The Grattan Institute's Danielle Wood, Deloitte Access Economics' Nicki Hutley and Equity Economics' Angela Jackson.
Deputy Leader of The Nationals Bridget McKenzie addresses a special Press Club in Wodonga on the topic 'Connecting the Regions - It's in the National Interest'.
NSW opposition leader Michael Daley addresses a special Press Club at Sydney's Doltone House ahead of the March 23 NSW election.
Australian writer, columnist and feminist icon Dr Anne Summers addresses the Press Club on the politics of women's representation.
Chair of Universities Australia and president and vice-chancellor of Monash University, Margaret Gardner, addresses the National Press Club.
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