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E.g., 22/10/2018
PM Morrison in fluorescent vest and hard hat giving thumbs up from the cab of a heavy vehicle
Media release
Construction on Western Sydney Airport will begin today – boosting jobs, creating much-needed infrastructure and strengthening the economy.
24 Sep 2018
Prime Minister Scott Morrison and clinical director Andrew Jones during a visit to Mount Druitt Hospital on Sunday, September 23, 2018. AAP Image
Transcript
But what I'm here to announce today with Brad and with Greg, is our commitment to $175 million over the next four years, for an additional 30 MRI licenses.
23 Sep 2018
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Sabra Lane: Good morning and welcome to the program.
21 Sep 2018
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Fitzy: Well, this man’s life has changed, he’s become the 30th Prime Minister of Australia, the Prime Minister Scotty Morrison.
21 Sep 2018
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks to the media during an announcement at Royalla near Canberra, Thursday, September 20, 2018. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch)
Transcript
Dealing with the relief and the recovery of the drought and building the resilience into the future is what we're about. Major General Stephen Day is pulling together his plan with the rest of the Government.
20 Sep 2018
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison (left) and Australian Education Minister Dan Tehan arrive to speak to the media during a press conference at Parliament House in Canberra, Thursday, September 20, 2018.
Media release
Australian families will have choice and equity in education as the Morrison Government guarantees funding to the non-government school sector.
20 Sep 2018
Transcript
David Koch: The Prime Minister joins us from Royalla in NSW this morning.
20 Sep 2018
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Karl Stefanovic: Prime Minister, Scott Morrison joins us from Canberra. PM good morning to you.
20 Sep 2018
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison (left) and drought envoy Barnaby Joyce stand in front of a semitrailer during an announcement at Royalla near Canberra, Thursday, September 20, 2018.
Media release
From midnight tonight, longer and higher loads of hay and fodder will be allowed to travel on state and national-controlled roads.
20 Sep 2018

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