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.
David Koch: Appalling cases of abuse against people in aged care have triggered a Royal Commission into the industry.
Whether there's a crisis or not the Royal Commission will determine that. I want to be assured that the incidences of what I’ve seen, we’ve got a tougher cop on the beat in the aged care sector.
One of the hardest decisions any Australian makes is when they are entrusted with the complete care of their partner, their husband, their wife, their mum, their dad, auntie their uncle, niece - these are hard decisions.
Today, I am announcing the Government’s decision for me to ask the Governor General to establish a Royal Commission into the Aged Care sector.
AMANDA KELLER: Scott Morrison, good morning, are you still Prime Minister?
PRIME MINISTER: I can confirm.
KELLER: Excellent and welcome to the show.
PRIME MINISTER: Hey Amanda, how are you?
KELLER: I’m very well thank you. Now Jonesy has been boasting.
BRENDAN JONES: Not boasting, not boasting.
KELLER: That he is you best friend and he bought you chips and therefore he is on easy street now that you’re Prime Minister.
Well, what I just said. I want, in Australia, if you have a go, you should get a go.
Prime Minister of Australia