Monday, 11 September 2023
Questions without Notice: Additional Answers
On 31 August, I am advised, after the Business Council of Australia dinner, to get to the Jobs and Skills Summit a number of people travelled on a special-purpose aircraft. They were Jennifer Westacott; Tim Reed; Alison Kitchen, from KPMG; Rob Scott, from Wesfarmers; Mike Henry, from BHP; Scott Charlton, from Transurban; Steve Cain, from Coles; Catherine Livingstone; John Mullen, chair of Telstra; Sam Mostyn, chair of Australians Investing in Women; Alan Joyce, CEO of Qantas—
Opposition members interjecting—
Kellie Parker, CEO of Rio Tinto; Naomi Flutter, from Wesfarmers; Alex Hart; Rheuben Freelander; Wendy Black; Megan Jeremenko; Stef Balogh; Angela Scirpo; Mike Pope; Ben Davies; Chris Louie; Steve Walters; and Pero Stojanovski. I can confirm as well that they were sent a bill, that they paid their own way and that they sat together whilst I had a meeting about the Jobs and Skills Summit in a different section of the plane.