Joshua Anthony Frydenberg (born 17 July 1971) is an Australian politician who has been Treasurer of Australia and Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party since 24 August 2018. He has been a member of the Australian House of Representatives for the seat of Kooyong since August 2010.
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MELBOURNE’S Jewish Holocaust Centre (JHC) has received a huge funding boost from the federal government. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg announced on Wednesday night that the JHC has been provided with $10 million to help it “reach even more Victorians and people from around Australia and the world”. The money will be made immediately available to the JHC, not as a promise as part of the upcoming federal election. The JHC, which provides education programs to around 23,000 Victorian school students annually in addition to a variety of other groups, will be able to double capacity and cater for more education groups.
Josh Frydenberg was “keen to see [if] he can accommodate Angus Taylor’s requests” when he was environment minister and asked his department for “a how to” guide on changing the laws designed to protect critically endangered native grasslands from clearing, new documents suggest. [...] In response to a series of questions to Frydenberg on Wednesday, his office directed Guardian Australia to his September interview with the ABC. That interview does not explain why he sought a guide on how to change rules governing clearing of the grasslands.
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