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Turnbull backs cities of the future

The government of Malcolm Turnbull moved quickly to differentiate itself from that of Tony Abbott with some key cabinet announcements –including the reintroduction of the position of a minster for cities and the built environment.


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Australia finally has a man with a vision controlling the future. Tony Abbott was so yesterday and completely out of touch of the population and rightly in the ashes of history. Now watch GDP increase

It certainly would appear that Malcolm Turnbull is prepared to make a few decisions & get on with the job of leading this country. After the Gillard Rudd disaster which made us look like a nation of dills Turnbull is like a breath of fresh air. I am almost starting to look @ the future of this country positively as long as we don't nationalise those that seek to blow us up.

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