The 2019–20 Federal Budget will lock in an additional $1.6 billion of our Liberal Nationals Government’s investment into critical road and rail infrastructure across Perth and regional Western Australia
I will travel to Christchurch with my wife Jenny to attend New Zealand’s National Remembrance Service for the victims of the 15 March terrorist attack.
Our goal is very simple - we meet our emissions reduction targets, we keep the lights on and we keep the prices down.
And so today’s announcement is all about our commitment to making our cities liveable. To ensuring that our cities have the opportunities for those who live in those cities.
I’m really pleased to have the PM in Hurstville today particularly to make this important announcement about infrastructure in Hurstville. Now, Hurstville is the beating heart of the St George district.
The Government is pleased to announce that Air Marshal Mel Hupfeld, AO, DSC, will be Australia’s next Chief of Air Force.
An historic agreement is set to change the way governments and Indigenous Australians work together on Closing the Gap.
Motorists across Sydney and the Central Coast will be spending less time in traffic and more time doing what’s important to them after a $253.5 million congestion-busting funding boost.
The Underwriting New Generation Investments program is a key part of the Morrison Government’s plan to deliver affordable and reliable power.
The Government received a strong response to the Underwriting New Generation Investment program’s Registration of Interest process, with 66 proposals submitted across a range of generation types and states in the National Electricity Market.
Australia and Hong Kong have today signed the Australia-Hong Kong Free Trade Agreement (A‑HKFTA) and associated Investment Agreement
Prime Minister of Australia
The Hon Scott Morrison MP