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Mathias Hubert Paul Cormann is an Australian Liberal Party politician who has been the Australian Minister for Finance since 2013 and a Senator for Western Australia since 2007. Cormann has served as Minister for Finance in the Abbott, Turnbull and Morrison Governments since 2013. He served as Minister for the Public Service from 2018 to 2019.
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'I've left nothing on the field': Mathias Cormann to quit federal politics, triggering cabinet reshuffleThe resignation of Mathias Cormann has been rumoured for some time, but his plan to leave politics at the end of the year leaves a major hole in the prime minister's cabinet.
Finance Minister Mathias Cormann is leaving politics at the end of the yearSenior Morrison government minister Mathias Cormann will retire from politics at the end of the year, but will remain as finance minister until then.
Virus jitters sink share market buoyancyFinance Minister Mathias Cormann has warned a resurgence in coronavirus could cost $80 billion over two years.
Second virus wave may cost Australia $80bFinance Minister Mathias Cormann has warned a resurgence in coronavirus could cost $80 billion over two years.
Australia rejects China's student warningFinance Minister Mathias Cormann has rubbished China's claims of a rise in racism targeting Asian students as Beijing warned against studying in Australia.
Australian minister calls anti-racism protests "self-indulgent"Australians who defied public health rules and rallied in support of the U.S. "Black Lives Matter" movement were reckless and self-indulgent, Finance Minister Mathias Cormann said on Sunday.
Mathias Cormann calls Black Lives Matter protesters 'incredibly self-indulgent'Finance Minister Mathias Cormann thinks Saturday's anti-racism protests were reckless.
‘Australians will lose their jobs’: Federal Government weighs more stimulus to shield economy from COVID-19Finance Minister Mathias Cormann has signalled more economic stimulus measures as Australians brace for the devastating impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Mathias Cormann rules out amendments to the medevac repeal, lining the government up for a second lossScott Morrison wants to end the parliamentary year on a win, but the prime minister could be dealt another blow on repealing the controversial medevac laws.
'Crunch time' for Medevac negotiations as government faces off with crossbenchersFinance Minister Mathias Cormann says the government wants to unwind the controversial 'medevac' laws as soon as possible, with the Senate returning next week.
Crunch time for 'medevac' negotiationsFinance Minister Mathias Cormann says the government wants to unwind the controversial 'medevac' laws as soon as possible, with the Senate returning next week.
Cormann stops short of full defence of LiuGovernment Senate leader Mathias Cormann has told parliament Victorian MP Gladys Liu was elected because a majority of voters preferred the Liberals to Labor.
Pyne and Bishop jobs both within the rulesFinance Minister Mathias Cormann says a review has found post-politics jobs taken by Christopher Pyne and Julie Bishop have not breached ministerial standards.
Liberal offers to follow Cormann into fireLiberal senator James Paterson insists Mathias Cormann enjoys the support of his colleagues despite revelations over last year's leadership spill
Hawke stubs out political headache for LibLiberal Party heavyweight Mathias Cormann has revealed Bob Hawke's shared penchant for a cigar got him out of a tight spot in 2015.
Religion must not divide Australians: PMFinance Minister Mathias Cormann insists religious freedoms are a priority for the federal government, but his focus is on delivering income tax cuts.
Religious freedom pressing issue: CormannFinance Minister Mathias Cormann insists religious freedoms are a priority for the federal government, but his focus is on delivering income tax cuts.
Cormann stands by his PM spill decisionDespite being branded disloyal by some of his colleagues, Finance Minister Mathias Cormann isn't resiling from his role in last year's Liberal leadership spill.
Minister rejects 'political Judas' tagFinance Minister Mathias Cormann has rejected suggestions he was the commander in chief of Peter Dutton's campaign in the August Liberal leadership spill.
Dutton not keen to one day be leaderNot wishing to reveal private conversations, Finance Minister Mathias Cormann will not clarify whether Malcolm Turnbull tried to make Peter Dutton his deputy.
Cormann won't clear up Dutton deputy offerNot wishing to reveal private conversations, Finance Minister Mathias Cormann will not clarify whether Malcolm Turnbull tried to make Peter Dutton his deputy.
Cormann blasts Labor MP's recession claimAustralians should file their 2018/19 tax returns as they usually would while the federal government tries to legislate its tax cuts, the finance minister says.
Cormann again warns Labor on tax cuts planFinance Minister Mathias Cormann is ramping up pressure on Labor to support the coalition's whole tax plan, as he refuses to cut deals with crossbench senators.
Tax cuts buoy economic headwinds: CormannThe federal government's proposed tax cuts are needed to curtail possible economic headwinds in the future, Finance Minister Mathias Cormann says.