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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PRIME MINISTER: I’m pleased to be here with the Home Affairs Minister, Peter Dutton, and the Commissioner of the AFP. But before I speak about what we're here to announce today, there are almost 100 fires burning across New South Wales today.
06 Dec 2019
Media release
The Morrison Government is increasing counter-terrorism measures across nine airports by boosting the Australian Federal Police’s capability to disrupt and deter high-risk-incidents.
06 Dec 2019
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PRIME MINISTER: Good morning everyone. Earlier this year after the election, I sat down with all of the heads of the public service, after the election and I spoke of what my expectations were.
05 Dec 2019
The Prime Minister addressing media in the PM's courtyard
Media release
Today, I am announcing changes to the structure of the Australian Public Service (APS) as part of our reform agenda to put Australians at the centre of Government.
05 Dec 2019
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PRIME MINISTER: The Australian public are in no doubt about our Government’s commitment to strong borders. Our Government has always been consistent. The Liberal and National parties have always been consistent.
04 Dec 2019
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PRIME MINISTER: The Salvo's together with Kmart is the longest running Christmas appeal, and it's a great opportunity at this time of year, for everyone to put aside the many things that can distract us.
04 Dec 2019
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PRIME MINISTER: Well, thank you very much Graham, and it's a great pleasure to be here with Jason Falinski and Matt Thistlethwaite, who are the co-chairs of the Parliamentary Friends of Surf Lifesaving and also to you Shane, thank you for the opportunity to be
02 Dec 2019
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PRIME MINISTER: Thank you for coming together. Foreign interference has been an evolving threat for some years now. It's a threat that our Government has been addressing with stronger laws, stronger powers, greater resources.
02 Dec 2019
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PRIME MINISTER: Well, thank you, David, can I first of all acknowledge the Ngunnawal people, elders past, present and future and acknowledge any veterans who are us today and thank them for their service.
02 Dec 2019

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