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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E.g., 26/06/2019
E.g., 26/06/2019
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Today, we’re announcing $17 million for a Tasmanian-specific skills program which will work outside the existing skills partnership we have with Tasmania, to identify and develop all those additional skills that are needed in quite specific areas, to make this project a great success.
09 Apr 2019
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Lucy Wicks, Federal Member for Robertson: Well what a fantastic sight to see behind us so many young apprentices.
09 Apr 2019
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Lucy Wicks, Federal Member for Robertson: Well what a fantastic sight to see behind us so many young apprentices. So many young people, having the opportunity to work right where they live, to be able to pursue the dream that they have, to pursue a trade of their choice.
09 Apr 2019
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Thousands of young Tasmanians will gain new skills with no upfront cost, and in turn boost the state’s renewable electricity generation sector, through a $17 million investment from the Morrison Government.
09 Apr 2019
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How good is Trevor Evans? I’ll tell you how good he is.
08 Apr 2019
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Bert Van Manen, Member for Forde: Well good morning and thank you to Gary and Cameron for welcoming us here to GCI this morning. It's a terrific local family-owned business and I'd also like to welcome the Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Senator Amanda Stoker.
08 Apr 2019
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Australia’s top notch cricketers and up and comers are a step closer to a new National Cricket Campus in Brisbane after the project received a $7 million boost from the Morrison Government.
08 Apr 2019
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Well thank you very much Sarah and Marise and It's great to be here with you today to be making this announcement about the $200 million that we're putting into the third crossing of the Hawkesbury River.
07 Apr 2019
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The Governor-General has now signed the letters patent which will finalise the terms of reference for the inquiry. This means that the Royal Commission can now start this very important work.
05 Apr 2019

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