Thousands more people will spend their tourism dollars in the Geelong and Great Ocean Road regions thanks to an agreement between the Federal and State Government that unlocks the region’s visitor economy.
These are the projects, these are the initiatives, this is the vision that builds the future of our country.
The Morrison Government will be getting the people of Perth home sooner and safer with a $96 million congestion-busting package that will transform parts of the city.
Prime Minister: ... today on International Women’s Day, a very exciting day.
BEN FORDHAM: Prime Minister, good afternoon.
PRIME MINISTER: G’day Ben, g’day from Perth.
FORDHAM: Thank you for joining us. You went to Christmas Island yesterday. What did you find?
Prime Minister: Thank you very much. Well it’s great to be here in WA again.
Gareth Parker: On the line is the Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Good morning.
The Morrison Government will provide $4 million to the Esther Foundation for its life-changing work helping young women build themselves brighter futures.
But let me be clear about why we’ve reopened Christmas Island. First of all, it is to deal with the transfer of people who have been found to be compliant with the legislation that was passed through the Parliament.
Nine companies and individuals who have created employment opportunities and helped demonstrate the positive contribution veterans make to Australian workplaces have been honoured through the Prime Minister’s Veterans’ Employment Awards.
Around 5,500 members discharge from the Australian Defence Force each year. Many of these men and women are of an age where they still have a long civilian career ahead of them.
Prime Minister of Australia
The Hon Scott Morrison MP