For the first time, those Australians with severe eating disorders will now be able to access a comprehensive treatment plan under Medicare.
Prime Minister: It’s great to be here in Whyalla - a city with a great future.
Christine Morgan, CEO Butterfly Foundation: I would define as probably the most momentous day for eating disorders.
DEBORAH KNIGHT: Scott Morrison joins us now. Prime Minister, good morning to you.
PRIME MINISTER: G’day Deb.
KNIGHT: There wasn't much festive cheer among politicians when you wrapped things up yesterday. It felt again like the focus was more on tactics and point-scoring than actually getting things done.
Samantha Armytage: Prime Minister Scott Morrison joins us now from Canberra, Prime Minister good morning to you.
Prime Minister: Good morning Alan.
Several months ago I said that I wanted to deal with the issue of discrimination against children in schools and I do. I’ve been seeking to do just that ever since I said that.
I want to thank them all very much for their service, their volunteer service, I stress, and the promptness in the way the NSW and the ACT Brigades responded to the call from the Queensland Government and to ensure we were able to deploy and address what was an incredibly serious situation.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Minister for the Arts Mitch Fifield today announced the winners of the 2018 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards
Our funding will help support Australians confronting the challenges of natural hazards and reduce the impact they have on our communities and the economy.
Prime Minister of Australia
The Hon Scott Morrison MP