In-conjunction with the National Rugby League (NRL), I am pleased to announce the Prime Minister’s XIII squads
I mean from the very first day I said very clearly that our objectives were straightforward; to keep the economy strong, to guarantee the essential services that Australians rely on, to keep Australians safe and to keep Australians together.
Our $75 billion infrastructure program is busting congestion in our cities, it’s connecting our rural sector to our ports and to our markets, it’s a plan that is building Australia, it’s making Australia even stronger.
I mean our country is the envy of the world, we should celebrate it and we don’t have to bring, you know, days like Australia Day down, to actually raise others up.
Well, I am just opening a chat on that, Georgie, we’re starting that process. That’s what we should have a chat about. I’m keen to have the views of Australians, Indigenous Australians, the States and Territories.
I mean, we don't have to pull Australia Day down to actually recognise the achievements of Indigenous Australians, the oldest living culture in the world. The two can coexist.
How good is this? This is an exciting day. Welcome to the future of Sydney. That’s what we’re seeing here. Our Government is into big projects, and there are few projects bigger than this one.
I think today is a very exciting day for Australia. What we’re announcing today is the Commonwealth kicking this project off.
Construction on Western Sydney Airport will begin today – boosting jobs, creating much-needed infrastructure and strengthening the economy.
But what I'm here to announce today with Brad and with Greg, is our commitment to $175 million over the next four years, for an additional 30 MRI licenses.
Prime Minister of Australia