Karl Stefanovic: Prime Minister, Scott Morrison joins us from Canberra. PM good morning to you.
From midnight tonight, longer and higher loads of hay and fodder will be allowed to travel on state and national-controlled roads.
Over the last few days, we have seen a very distressing series of events unfold relating to the tampering with strawberries, particularly out of Queensland.
Over the past few days, we have seen a very distressing series of events unfold relating to tampering with strawberries, particularly out of Queensland.
Today I am announcing the next steps of my Government’s drought response. I will be hosting a National Drought Summit on 26 October, 2018.
Ray Hadley: He did a fantastic job as Immigration Minister and one of the architects of Border Protection. He’s now the boss, número uno and he’s on the line. Prime Minister, good morning.
Our government is 100 per cent focused on ensuring that older Australians, senior Australians can age with dignity, keep their choices, stay in their homes and have the choices to live their life the way they want to do it.
Paul Murray: Prime Minister, how are you?
Leon Byner: Let’s welcome to 5AA and across South Australia, Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
Georgie Gardner: The Prime Minister joins us now from Canberra. Prime Minister, good morning to you.
Prime Minister of Australia
The Hon Scott Morrison MP