Alan Jones: Prime Minister good morning.
Paul Murray: Prime Minister congratulations.
Prime Minister: Thanks Paul, it's great to be back at work.
Alan Jones: The Prime Minister of Australia, good morning to you. I don’t know what to say to you, is congratulations enough?
Prime Minister: Thank you, friends! Thank you, friends! Can I just start by saying that as you know, a little while ago, Mr Shorten contacted me and I thank him, I thank him very much for the spirit in which he made that call and I thank him very much for his kind remarks to me and to Jenny and to our family.
The Australian Government condemns these further terrorist attacks that we’ve seen, bombings in Sri Lanka of Christians as they went to worship on Easter Sunday and bombings in hotels, all coordinated as part of a deadly terrorist attack.
Australia is deeply shocked and saddened by the horrific terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka.
Sadly our High Commission in Colombo has today confirmed that two Australians were killed in these attacks, and two Australians have been injured.
Rob Fairs: It’s wonderful to welcome the Prime Minister Scott Morrison live in the studio. Welcome to the programme how are you doing?
Lucy Wicks, Federal Member for Robertson: Well what a fantastic sight to see behind us so many young apprentices.
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.
I've been coming here for a long time and I can't recall a time frankly, when there has been such an air of expectation about what's happening here in Launceston.
Prime Minister of Australia
The Hon Scott Morrison MP