The Australian Government welcomes the announcement by the Syrian Democratic Forces of the territorial defeat of Da’esh.
The Morrison Government has announced further support for flood-affected North Queensland farmers, providing them with up to $400,000 for restocking, replanting and on-farm infrastructure across two new grants.
Waleed Aly: Prime Minister of Australia, Scott Morrison welcome to the Project.
Today we're announcing $70 million dollars here for this important congestion-busting project.
The Morrison Government will deliver $2 billion to bring fast rail to life between Geelong and Melbourne, cutting the 80km journey in half to 32 minutes.
The Morrison Government has thrown its support behind a new educational hub for young Indigenous students and members of the Bachar Houli Academy at Punt Road Oval.
Motorists in Pakenham will be spending less time in traffic after a $70 million congestion-busting package was announced today by the Morrison Government.
This is a very important day, because today we are launching Australia’s first Commonwealth serious plan to manage population growth into our future.
During the past few days, in what has been a very difficult and sensitive time around the world, obviously as the New Zealand Prime Minister and I have been addressing the terrorist attacks in Christchurch, remarks have been made by the Turkish President Erdogan that I consider highly offensive to Australians, and highly reckless in this very sensitive environment.
Michael Rowland: We're joined from Canberra by the Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Prime Minister good morning.
Prime Minister of Australia
The Hon Scott Morrison MP