Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks to journalists at a press conference during the 2018 ASEAN Summit in Singapore, Wednesday, November 14, 2018. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas)

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Chris Kenny: Prime Minister, thanks for joining us. So I’m wondering whether you're seeing the relaxation in borders today, the expansion of the border bubble between Queensland and New South Wales, and South Australia opening up now to New South Wales as a bit of an outbreak of at least some common sense when it comes to state borders?
22 Sep 2020
Media release
A new billion-dollar partnership between the Commonwealth Government, State Government and City of Perth has been finalised, unlocking economic benefits and opportunities for the Perth CBD.
20 Sep 2020
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David Speers: Prime Minister, welcome to the program. You've made a series of energy announcements during the week, but there is one we haven't heard yet: Will you commit Australia to achieving a net-zero emissions target by 2050?
20 Sep 2020
Media release
Perth’s city centre will receive a major boost under the Perth City Deal – a plan which will bring Edith Cowan University’s world-class Creative Industries, Business and Technology Campus into the heart of the city.
20 Sep 2020
Media statement
The National Cabinet met today to discuss Australia’s COVID-19 response, recent progress following the Victorian outbreak, easing restrictions (including international border measures), helping Australians prepare to go back to work in a COVID-safe environment and getting the
18 Sep 2020
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Prime Minister: Good afternoon, everyone. Today was a very practical day for the National Cabinet. The National Cabinet has been meeting now for around about six months.
18 Sep 2020
Media statement
Dr John McVeigh leaves the Parliament with the respect and admiration of his colleagues. He is a true gentleman.
18 Sep 2020
Media release
Millions of Australians will continue to receive medical care and support in their own homes with the Morrison Government investing more than $2 billion to extend a range of COVID-19 health measures for a further six months, to 31 March 2021.
18 Sep 2020
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Senator the Hon. Concetta Fierravanti-Wells: Well, thank you, everybody, for joining us. And can I particularly warmly welcome the Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, to the Illawarra
17 Sep 2020

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