I welcome this morning’s announcement from Clarence House confirming the visit of Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall to Australia from 4 April.
In the studio with us, first us then Donald Trump, the Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Good morning.
So we’re here at the Albert Park Bowling Club talking about healthy ageing, and we’ve seen some very very healthy older Australians here today, but we want them to be healthier still.
The Turnbull Government will provide two new ground-breaking flu vaccines to over three million Australians aged 65 years and over - free of charge.
The Tamar River will finally get the clean-up it needs under a new joint State and Federal partnership announced today.
More than 2200 new jobs will be created in Regional Tasmania as part of the Turnbull Government’s Regional Jobs and Investment Package.
Thanks very much. It’s great to be back in Tasmania. We’re here with John McVeigh, the Regional Development Minister, my Regional Development Minister.
This week, most attention has been focused on Barnaby Joyce and his conduct. There has been a lot of discussion about whether he complied with ministerial standards.
Now gender equality is not just an issue for women. It’s the responsibility of everybody, here and around the world. And it begins at the very start. All of us have an obligation as parents and grandparents to make sure that we bring up our children to respect and honour the women in their lives.
We are really changing Australia for the better and in doing so we are respecting the women and children that we love, the women and children that represent more than half of Australia, that we should protect.
Prime Minister of Australia
The Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP
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