Every day across Australia, about 50 women are diagnosed with breast cancer, making it the most commonly diagnosed cancer among Australian women.
Well thank you very much Bridget, welcome everyone. It’s wonderful to have you here at Kirribilli House.
Since we were first elected back in 2013, our Government has invested $10 billion in Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme-listed medicines.
More than 6,000 Australians affected by the most common form of multiple sclerosis will save around $54,000 a year thanks to the listing of a new medicine on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme.
In keeping with our strong Alliance relationship, the Australian Government is consulting closely with the US Administration on the implementation of its recent announcement on Syria, and its long-term plans in Afghanistan.
There is a humility to the way you do your business. But there is an incredible professionalism, a great pride in what you do, and a tremendous commitment.
There’s only one thing I wanted to come here to do, whether it’s here or up at Taji; it’s just to say thank you.
It is a great pleasure and privilege to be here with you, Prime Minister, and to congratulate Iraq and the Iraqi people for its brave fight against extremism.
Today the Office of National Intelligence (ONI) formally commences its role as the lead agency of Australia’s national intelligence community.
The other reason I’ve come here, apart from wishing you a Merry Christmas, is to say thank you. To say thank you for your service.
Prime Minister of Australia
The Hon Scott Morrison MP