Trainees and apprentices will be taught skills that better match the needs of employers in the mining industry, under a Skills Organisations Pilot announced by the Coalition Government today.
Neil Mitchell: Scott Morrison, good morning.
Prime Minister: Thank you very much, Julian, for that very kind introduction. It was very generous. Thank you very much for those words.
Power reliability will get a $1 billion boost as part of the Liberal National Government’s plan to ensure Australian households, businesses and industries get a fair deal on energy.
Australia has been given its first look at Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport with today’s release of the first design images.
Paul Murray: We've got a lot of questions from people and we'll get into some of them, some of them are detailed, some of them are generic.
Prime Minister: What we’re seeking to do today by underwriting this investment together by Transgrid is to hook New South Wales up to reliable power generation coming out of Queensland.
The Morrison and Berejiklian Governments are delivering reliable and affordable energy, making the New South Wales-Queensland Interconnector (QNI) happen.
The announcement by US President Donald Trump confirming the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is welcomed by Australia.
Prime Minister: The reason we have come here today is to say something quite simple but something incredibly important, on behalf of the Australian people. And that is to simply say thank you for your service.
Prime Minister of Australia
The Hon Scott Morrison MP