Auto news: Toyota is funding an electric aircraft company - caradvice.com.au. On Tuesday 6 October 2020, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg delivered the Federal Budget for 2020/21, describing it as an “economic recovery plan” to tackle the challenges brought about by the drought, bushfires, and the COVID-19 pandemic, which have impacted almost every Australian and every Australian business. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said it was important for the coalition to offer an interim response by Monday to help ensure stability for the stock markets. Some of the measures announced may affect your salary packaging […] As a man who knows his way around a tennis racquet, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg sounded right at home as SBS guest commentator as Bernard Tomic took on Jack Sock in the Kooyong Classic. Your web browser is no longer supported. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg was awkwardly snubbed in the middle of a photo shoot on Friday. The final report into banking misconduct was delivered by Mr Hayne in Canberra on Friday. APH Link, Guest of Optus at the Australian Open Men's Tennis Final on Sunday 27 January 2019 with spouse, Queensland Ballet - Hospitality to Melbourne Performance of "A Midsummer Nights Dream" on Thursday 4 October for Self and Guest, Qantas - Chairman's Lounge Membership valid through to 30 September 2020, North Melbourne Football Club - Hospitality to Grand Final Breakfast on Saturday 29 September for Self and Guest, AFL Commission - Hospitality and Tickets to AFL Grand Final on Saturday 29 September for Self and Guest, Owns a property in Canberra and claims parliamentary travel allowance. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. Play it now. Mr Hayne looked as though he would rather be anywhere else and struggled to crack a smile throughout the shoot. The exchange was caught on camera and has left social media users in stitches, with many delighted over the frosty reception. Mr Hayne looked as though he would rather be anywhere else and struggled to crack a smile throughout the shoot. The comments below have not been moderated. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg was awkwardly snubbed in the middle of a photo shoot on Friday. Mr Frydenberg played down suggestions Australia should follow suit. Home | A summary of estimated salary, interests declared and expenses claimed for Josh Frydenberg of the Liberal Party of Australia. 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Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has signalled Federal Government ministers won't follow their New Zealand counterparts in taking a pay cut to assist the … New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced all ministers and public service chiefs will take a 20 per cent pay cut for six months. 'Just when we thought Commissioner Kenneth Hayne could get any cooler, he does this,' another said. Russian leader is rushing through new law that will make him a senator for life after leaving top job and give him permanent legal immunity, New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern unveils her 'incredibly diverse' cabinet including a foreign minister with a Maori face tattoo and gay deputy PM, Johnny Depp LOSES 'libel trial of the century': Jubilant Amber Heard says she's 'not surprised' after UK court rules Depp IS a wife-beater (but will anyone ever forget what the trial heard about HER behavior? The pair were seated in a small room, a stack of reports between them, when the photographer said: 'Could we get a handshake or something?'. Wiki Link | By Kelsey Wilkie For Daily Mail Australia, Published: 07:49 EST, 1 February 2019 | Updated: 20:06 EST, 3 February 2019. Ms Ardern said the pay cut was about showing leadership rather than making a meaningful change to the budget. "We have frozen the pay increases for politicians here and for public servants," he told reporters in Canberra today. However, it was when a photographer suggested a handshake that things got really awkward. Frydenberg was at a photo opportunity with Commissioner Kenneth Hayne QC for the release of the final report from the banking royal commission. To improve your experience, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has signalled Federal Government ministers won't follow their New Zealand counterparts in taking a pay cut to assist the budget amid a looming recession due to. 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"It's an acknowledgement of the hit many New Zealanders are taking right now," she said. Breaking news and live updates: Donald Trump threatens to fire Dr Anthony Fauci; No new COVID-19 cases, zero deaths in Victoria; One locally transmitted case for NSW; Westpac profits plunge; New South Wales-Victoria border could open in 'weeks not months'. Government ministers will be preparing a response to the report this weekend before its public release on Monday. Mr Hayne is expected to recommend wide-ranging reforms across the banking, superannuation and financial services industry, after an interim report that blamed greed for widespread misconduct.