The shortlists for this year’s Prime Minister’s Literary Awards have today been announced by Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Minister for Communications and the Arts, Senator Mitch Fifield.
But today, on a more serious note, I wanted to make a number of statements with the Foreign Minister in relation to our Government's position on Israel and issues in the Middle East.
The Australian Government has today made a number of important announcements in support of Australia’s interests in the Middle East and our continuing support for a durable and resilient two-state solution.
How good is headspace, we’re backing headspace and this is now new and it’s great to have Pat McGorry here, the founders of headspace, the whole team as you can see behind me here today.
I believe passionately in family small businesses, the jobs they create, the economies that they create. This is what makes Australia so strong.
Mental health care for young Australians is set for a $51.8 million funding boost.
Our Government is taking action to get people off welfare and into work while backing the needs of farmers for their harvests.
Laura Jayes: To the Prime Minister now, he’s in Sydney at the Sydney Markets.
Michael Rowland: A big week in federal politics and the Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, I’m pleased to say, joins us from the always bustling Sydney Markets.
It’s another year that we come together, and we remember. We’re sad. We’re hopeful, at least we try to be on a day like today.
Prime Minister of Australia