Gladys Berejiklian

Owning the Future

2023-09-15T10:09:31+10:003 July 2018|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

On Thursday 3 May 2018, The Hon Gladys Berejiklian gave The Sydney Institute Annual Dinner address for 2018. Ms Berejiklian was introduced by The Hon John Howard and the vote of thanks was given by Carmel Mulhern, Group Executive, Legal & Corporate Affairs, Telstra. The Annual Dinner was held at The Star Ballroom and was, [...]

Collaboration and Compassion: Hallmarks of a Modern Liberal Government

2023-09-05T15:56:48+10:0022 January 2018|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian addressed The Sydney Institute on Thursday, 9 November 2017. In her address, the premier  argued the case for liberalism within the context of the Liberal Party of Australia. Tracing the foundations of liberalism from John Locke to Adam Smith and John Stuart Mills, she argued that good Liberal governments, in their [...]

Collaboration and Compassion: Hallmarks of a Modern Liberal Government

2018-12-06T13:49:53+11:0018 September 2017|Categories: Function|Tags: , , |

Speaker(s): THE HON GLADYS BEREJIKLIAN (Premier of New South Wales) Date: 2017-11-09 Venue: Collaboration and Compassion: Hallmarks of a Modern Liberal Government Time: 5.30 for 6pm Book from:  26th October 2017  

Modern Government: Less Can Be More

2017-04-20T12:02:49+10:0029 April 2016|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

On Monday 29 February 2016, NSW Treasurer The Hon Gladys Berejiklian MP addressed The Sydney Institute with a speech outlining the way ahead for NSW to continue its record breaking economic progress. Under the O’Farrell and Baird Coalition governments since March 2011, the state of New South Wales has rebounded economically to be the fastest [...]

The Transport Future for NSW

2017-05-10T13:00:26+10:0023 December 2012|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

The Hon Gladys Berejiklian is the New South Wales Minister for Transport in the O’Farrell Government. She is also the first Armenian descendant to be elected to the NSW Parliament. As a member of the Liberal Party she was elected to the New South Wales Legislative Assembly (Willoughby seat) in 2003. Before entering parliament, Gladys [...]

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