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E.g., 28/09/2022
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NATALIE BARR, HOST: Good morning to you, Prime Minister. This news will be very distressing for so many friends and families impacted by that 2002 Bali attack. Was our Government told that Umar Patek would be released from prison early?
19 Aug 2022
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SARAH HARRIS, HOST: There are reports this morning the bomb maker behind the Bali blasts, Umar Patek, will walk free from prison just weeks shy of the 20th anniversary of the terror attacks which killed 202 people, including 88 Australians.
19 Aug 2022
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MICHAEL ROWLAND, HOST: Prime Minister, good morning. PRIME MINISTER ANTHONY ALBANESE: Good morning, Michael.
19 Aug 2022
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ALLY LANGDON, HOST: Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is in the Torres Strait speaking to remote communities about an Indigenous Voice to Parliament. But the focus this morning is Bali. Prime Minister, good morning.
19 Aug 2022
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SYLVIA TABUA, HOST: Hello and welcome back to Radio 4MW to this special broadcast that we have today. And we have been waiting patiently for our Prime Minister to join us.
18 Aug 2022
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LINDA BURNEY, MINISTER FOR INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS: Good afternoon. We are on the beautiful Thursday Island in the Torres Strait. I'm here with Prime Minister of Australia, Anthony Albanese, and also Nita Green who's a Senator for Queensland.
18 Aug 2022
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PRIME MINISTER ANTHONY ALBANESE: Good to be here. You haven't changed the song HOST: No. PRIME MINISTER: That's good.
18 Aug 2022
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STEVE AUSTIN, HOST: The current Prime Minister, the man who defeated Scott Morrison, at the federal election is Anthony Albanese and Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is in Brisbane today.
17 Aug 2022
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ANNASTACIA PALASZCZUK, PREMIER OF QUEENSLAND: Well, it is great to have the Prime Minister in town. And a lot has been said about Cross River Rail, but unless you get underneath and see exactly what's happening, you can see it is a transformational project.
17 Aug 2022

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