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Today marks 100 days of the Albanese Labor government. Prime minister Anthony Albanese will mark the milestone with a speech at the National Press Club.

In a draft of the speech, seen by Guardian Australia, Albanese says he wants to move from the recovery phase of the pandemic to a period of reform and renewal:

After a wasted decade, we are not wasting a day. Government has a responsibility to plan for the future, to build for the long-term, to implement the reforms that arm people with every chance to fulfil their potential. Not change for the sake of it, reforms that help people lead better lives.

A key election promise, the jobs and skills summit, will take place this week. His aim for the two-day summit, he says, is to create “a culture of cooperation – a renewed understanding between unions and industry and small business and government and community groups”.

Read more at www.theguardian.com

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