Australian Coat of Arms

Member for Blaxland

Shadow Minister for Trade and Investment

Shadow Minister for Resources and Northern Australia 

Transcripts

Interview with Marius Benson, ABC Newsradio - 24 May 2012

Topics: Crackdown on organised crime on the waterfront COMPERE: The Federal Government is moving to tighten security at Australia's ports after receiving a police report which identified rampant corruption among officials and workers on the waterfront. The report by the... read more...


Interview with AM - 24 May 2012

TOPICS: Crackdown on organised crime on the waterfront TONY EASTLEY: The Government and Federal Police are planning a new, tougher approach to organised crime and corruption on Australia's waterfront. Melbourne and Brisbane will be the focus. The Polaris taskforce recently... read more...


Interview with Stuart Bocking, 2UE - 24 May 2012

TOPICS: Crackdown on organised crime on the waterfront STUART BOCKING: Well the Federal Home Affairs Minister is Jason Clare. I think he's a very good operator. One of the real hopes of the Labor Party. He holds Paul Keating's old seat of Blaxland in Sydney's south-west. And... read more...


Launch of the Illicit Drug Data Report

JASON CLARE: John Lawler Chief Executive of the Australian Crime Commission, Tony Negus Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police Tony Negus, Dr Peter Fisk, Chief Executive and Chief Metrologist of the National Measurement Institute and Dr Michael Collins, Director of the... read more...


Press Conference with Attorney General Nicola Roxon and US Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano, Canberra

TOPICS: AUSTRALIA AND UNITED STATES WORKING TOGETHER ON HOMELAND SECURITY NICOLA ROXON: Thank you very much for coming here today. My name's Nicola Roxon and I'm the Attorney-General and it's wonderful to be here with Secretary Janet Napolitano and of course my colleague... read more...


Interview with Kim Landers ABC The World Today - 27 April 2012

Topics: Gun crime and gun law reform KIM LANDERS: On the eve of the 16th anniversary of the Port Arthur massacre the Federal Government has announced it intends to reform Australia's gun laws. The Minister for Justice and Home Affairs Jason Clare wants to close loopholes in... read more...


Interview on Breakfast Channel 10 - 27 April 2012

Topics: Gun crime COMPERE: The East Coast seems to be caught in a wave of gun related violence right at the moment, much of it related to gangs. I mean it isn't an exaggeration to say when I come in in the morning I'm actually surprised if there hasn't been a shooting in... read more...


Interview with ABC AM - 18 April 2012

Topics: Firearms, anti-gang laws. COMPERE: The Federal Home Affairs Minister says he's made an offer to state governments to create national laws to help tackle the upsurge in gun violence. In Sydney there have been dozens of drive-by shootings this year, many of which are... read more...


Interview with Linda Mottram, ABC Sydney - 17 April 2012

Topics: Sydney shootings, Afghanistan withdrawal LINDA MOTTRAM: Well, what are we to make of the daily diet of shootings in Sydney? Seventeen in the past fortnight or, to echo a commercial TV headline last night, ten in ten days. More today, including one in Baulkham Hills... read more...


Interview on the Project, Channel Ten - 16 April 2012

Topic: Sydney shootings CHARLIE PICKERING: Jason Clare is the federal Home Affairs and Justice Minister, and a resident of western Sydney. Jason, at least four of the shootings overnight were thanks to bikies, this is your patch, is it fair to say that the people of western... read more...