David Coleman, Melissa Price and Angus Taylor might sound like the first six words spat out by a "random white people name generator", but they are also, would you believe, government ministers. And despite being about as visible as D.B. Cooper, they have inherited some of the most politically sensitive portfolios (immigration, environment and energy respectively) in Australia. Previously, these were held by the far more high-profile Peter Dutton and Josh Frydenberg. Almost as though the Coalition just wanted to talk about other stuff for a while? It has had, as we shall see, mixed results.
So, what have they been up to in the last two months?
Angus Taylor showed early on he had what it took to be in Scott Morrison's cabinet renaming the energy portfolio in Morrison-speak: the "minister for getting electricity prices down".