David Koch: Prime Minister, good morning to you. Big day ahead, climbing the Bridge with Harry.
Prime Minister: Well thank you very much Fred for your introduction and what a marvellous evening looking out here.
You don’t help your environment by pulling your farmers down. You don’t help your communities by pulling your farmers down, you actually try and lift everybody up.
Prime Minister: Let’s go straight to questions.
A Professor who revealed how our planet changes shape from second to second, day to day has taken out one of two major awards in the Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science.
Alan Jones: Prime Minister, good evening.
Australian farmers, businesses and investors will get access to new markets across the Americas and Asia, with the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP-11) Agreement passing Parliament today.
This is one of just thousands of businesses around the country that are going to be able to benefit from the TPP new trade deal that has been brought together by our Government.
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.
Prime Minister of Australia
The Hon Scott Morrison MP