Interview with Karl Stefanovic and Sarah Abo, Nine, Today Show
KARL STEFANOVIC, HOST: We are standing by now for the Defence Minister. Richard Marles joins us from Canberra. Richard, I mean, looking at that right now, I think you can see it. Tell us what happened and what we know this morning.
Interview with Natalie Barr, Seven, Sunrise
NATALIE BARR, HOST: Joining me now is Defence Minister Richard Marles. Good morning to you. Do we know what caused the chopper to go down?
Doorstop interview, Parliament House
JOURNALIST: Can you tell us about the incident with the ADF helicopter and about how it happened?
AUKUS nuclear-powered submarine pathway, House of Representatives, Parliament House, Canberra ACT
Last week, Prime Minister Albanese, US President Biden and UK Prime Minister Sunak announced the Optimal Pathway for Australia’s acquisition of conventionally-armed, nuclear-powered submarines. This was a historic event in our nation’s history. The acquisition of this formidable capability is the…
Australia welcomes United States Marines back to Darwin
United States Marines have arrived in the Northern Territory as part of the 12th rotation of Marine Rotational Force – Darwin (MRF-D). Over the next seven months, up to 2,500 Marines will conduct combined training exercises with their Australian Defence Force counterparts, as well as with regional…
Interview with David Speers, ABC, Insiders
DAVID SPEERS, HOST: Richard Marles, thanks for joining us this morning. RICHARD MARLES, DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER: Morning, David. How are you? SPEERS: Let's start with this basic question; why does Australia need nuclear submarines as opposed to more conventional, conventionally-powered submarines?
Karl Stefanovic, Today Show
SUBJECTS: Downing of US drone; AUKUS; Electricity prices; AFL. KARL STEFANOVIC, HOST: Well, tensions between Russia and the US are rising this morning, the Pentagon releasing footage of a Russian jet allegedly releasing fuel over an American drone. It's incredible vision. To discuss we're joined…
Transcript - In Conversation with Christopher Pyne
THE HON CHRISTOPHER PYNE, HOST: I think the first thing that I’d like to kick off on is why are the nuclear-powered submarine more military capable than any other submarine on the globe?
Doorstop Interview, HMAS Stirling, WA
SUBJECTS: AUKUS RICHARD MARLES, DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER: Well, it's fantastic to be here at HMAS Stirling, Fleet Base West. I'm here today with my Ministerial colleagues: Minister for Defence Industry, Pat Conroy, Minister for Defence Personnel, Matt Keogh. I'm also here with Vice Admiral Jonathan…
Gary Adshead, 6PR Mornings
SUBJECTS: AUKUS. GARY ADSHEAD, HOST: Defence Minister Richard Marles joins me on the line now. Thanks very much for your time, Minister. RICHARD MARLES, DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER: Great to be here, Gary. How are you?
Doorstop Interview, Perth
SUBJECTS: AUKUS; Energy. RICHARD MARLES, DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER: Well welcome everyone. Can I firstly start by saying what a pleasure it is to be here with the Premier McGowan, Minister Paul Papalia. It's been fantastic to speak with them about the announcement that we've made. And I'm also here…
Sarah Ferguson, 7.30, ABC
SUBJECTS: AUKUS SARAH FERGUSON, HOST: Deputy Prime Minister Richard Marles was one of the Labor ministers singled out for criticism by Paul Keating today. As Defence Minister, he has direct responsibility for the nuclear submarine program. Richard Marles joins me now live from Perth. Richard Marles…