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: Over the course of this year, our Government has been providing the leadership and the certainty and stability that Australians have needed in one of the toughest years of their lives.
10 Nov 2020
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Prime Minister: On indulgence, Mr Speaker. The United States of America is a great democracy. Vibrant, passionate, heartfelt, resolute.
09 Nov 2020
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Ms Judi Zielke, Chief Operating Officer CSIRO: Prime Minister, good morning, welcome to our facility here at Black Mountain. This is one of CSIRO’s largest facilities around the country. We have 56 sites.
09 Nov 2020
Media release
Renowned physicist Dr Cathy Foley AO has been appointed Australia’s next Chief Scientist. Dr Foley, who has spent the last two years as the CSIRO’s Chief Scientist, will take over from Dr Alan Finkel AO whose tenure comes to an end in December 2020.
09 Nov 2020
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Prime Minister: Good morning everyone. There is no more important, no deeper, no broader, no closer relationship, no relationship more critical to Australia’s strategic interests than the one that we enjoy with the United States…
08 Nov 2020
Media statement
On behalf of the Australian Government, I congratulate President-elect Joe Biden on his election as the 46th President of the United States and wish him every success for his term in office.
08 Nov 2020
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Senator the Hon. Eric Abetz: It's my privilege to be able to welcome the Prime Minister of Australia to Hobart this morning.
07 Nov 2020
Media release
The Australian and Tasmanian Governments have agreed to provide an additional 450 spaces in quarantine facilities in Hobart hotels to help more Australians return home from abroad.
07 Nov 2020
Media release
More than 130 direct flights from New Zealand to Hobart packed with tourists are set to sample the tastes and sights of Tasmania, under a deal struck by the Morrison and Gutwein Governments for Hobart airport to take around 30,000 international travellers each year.
07 Nov 2020

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