Steve Irons MP Federal Member for Swan

Latest Speeches

  • National Apology to Victims and Survivors of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse

    Mr IRONS (Swan—Assistant Minister to the Prime Minister) (18:12): I rise to support the debate on the motion moved by the Prime Minister for the national apology to the victims and the survivors of institutional child sexual abuse. Before the member for Newcastle leaves the chamber, I’d like to thank her for her input to […]

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  • Lathlain Precinct Development Project

    Mr IRONS (Swan—Assistant Minister to the Prime Minister) (10:03): I rise today to update the Chamber on an announcement I made in my electorate of Swan during the last break. I’m very proud to share with the Chamber that the Morrison Liberal government will invest $4 million to kickstart the redevelopment of the Perth Football […]

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  • Tabling of PJC Report into Life Insurance industry

    Mr IRONS (Swan) (12:03):  On behalf of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services I present the committee’s report on its inquiry into the life insurance industry. Report made a parliamentary paper in accordance with standing order 39(e). Mr IRONS:  by leave—The inquiry into the life insurance industry was referred by the Senate […]

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  • Steve Irons Address-in-Reply

    Mr IRONS (Swan) (18:21): May I also congratulate you, Mr Deputy Speaker, on your return to this chamber and your return to the Speaker’s panel. I am sure that we will share plenty of good times together on the Speaker’s panel over the next three years. Mr Broadbent: The stubborn member for Swan. Mr Irons: […]

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  • Steve Irons speech on Terrorism Attacks around the World

    You can watch the video of the speech here I rise to speak on the terrorist attacks around the world and to support the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition. I thank the member for Batman for his contribution just now, following the ministerial statement, and for reminding us all about the duty […]

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  • Australian Citizenship Amendment (Allegiance to Australia) Bill 2015

    (13:26) I rise today to publicly support the Australian Citizenship Amendment (Allegiance to Australia) Bill 2015. The amendments being made to this bill are necessary adjustments, particularly in light of recent events. It is always a pleasure to follow the member for Dawson on issues of national security. I know that he is passionate and […]

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  • Bentley hospital’s maternity services an asset to the community

    I rise to speak about an important health service in my electorate, the Bentley obstetrics service. I recently got hold of Report on review of maternity services in metropolitan non-tertiary public hospitals in Western Australia, and that is what the Bentley Hospital comes under. The report was about a review of the current provision of […]

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  • Achieving the aim of zero abuse to children

      As the year draws to a close here in Parliament House, there are many things our minds turn to as Christmas rapidly approaches. Madam Speaker, I take this opportunity to wish you and your entire family a joyful and safe Christmas. I send that same wish to all my parliamentary colleagues on both sides […]

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  • National Security Statement: Iraq and Syria

    I too rise to join with my colleagues on all sides of the political divide in commending the Prime Minister for his strong resolve in responding to the very real threat ISIL presents to Australia’s national security, both here on home soil and abroad. I have just listened to the member for Herbert, and prior […]

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  • Steve Irons MP commends Royal Commission inquiry extension

    Published on 3 Sep 2014 Royal Commission Inquiry into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.

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  • Steve Irons: Formal Apology for Forced Adoptions

    Published on 20 Mar 2013 Steve Irons MP delivers the Coalition’s response to the Formal Apology for Forced Adoptions. Thursday, 21 March 2013.

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