During the past few days, in what has been a very difficult and sensitive time around the world, obviously as the New Zealand Prime Minister and I have been addressing the terrorist attacks in Christchurch, remarks have been made by the Turkish President Erdogan that I consider highly offensive to Australians, and highly reckless in this very sensitive environment.
Michael Rowland: We're joined from Canberra by the Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Prime Minister good morning.
Sabra Lane: The Federal Government is unveiling a population policy today. It will cap the nation's permanent migration intake at 160,000 people for the next four years. That's about the level it's at now.
Samantha Armytage: Prime Minister, good morning, welcome.
Alan Jones: The Prime Minister is on the line, Prime Minister good morning.
The Morrison Government will tackle the impact of increasing population in congested cities and back smaller cities and regions looking for greater growth to secure their economic future and the key public services they rely on.
First of all I'd like to make it clear that the social media technology companies did cooperate with the requests from agencies and authorities in Australia. But clearly the capability to deliver on that willingness hasn’t been present. And that's the problem.
The Federal Coalition and South Australian governments and the City of Adelaide today put pen to paper on the Adelaide City Deal
The Morrison and Marshall governments are busting congestion across Adelaide with two new jointly funded road projects set to get people home sooner and safer.
Our government is extending the Safer Communities Fund following the terrible terrorist attack in New Zealand.
Prime Minister of Australia
The Hon Scott Morrison MP