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Malcolm Turnbull, Australia’s 29th Prime Minister
Merchant banker and legal eagle, Malcolm Turnbull on the cover of Good Weekend in 1991.
Malcolm Turnbull led the failed 1999 push for a republic. Now Labor is poised to have a second shot.
Malcolm Turnbull was haunted by Tony Abbott and the poor poll numbers he cited as a rationale for ousting Mr Abbott as PM.
Out and about: Malcolm Turnbull chats to a dance troupe on his visit to Tennant Creek.
Malcolm Turnbull and wife Lucy cast their votes in the double-dissolution election held on Saturday, July 2, 2016.
Malcolm Turnbull appeared to champion renewables when he announced the Snowy Mountains 2.0 scheme. Photo: AAP
Mr Popular: Malcolm Turnbull takes a selfie with Commonwealth Games athletes. The PM had lost 30 Newspolls by the time the Games were over.
Malcolm Turnbull said the section 44 by-election victory of Barnaby Joyce was an endorsement of the government. Only months later Mr Joyce was gone after a scandal involving a staffer and misconduct complaints.
After a rocky start, Malcolm Turnbull and Donald Trump reaffirmed the close ties between Australia and the US. Here, the Turnbulls and Trumps enjoy a quiet moment at the White House.
Photo: The White House
What's all the fuss about? A tweeted picture of Malcolm Turnbull and his grandchild prompted a ludicrous social media debate about holding a baby while drinking a beer at the football. Most saw the photo for what it was, a tender moment.
As you were ... Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and his deputy, Julie Bishop, front the media after winning the initial leadership contest against Peter Dutton. By the end of the week, both had been removed.