Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks to journalists at a press conference during the 2018 ASEAN Summit in Singapore, Wednesday, November 14, 2018. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas)

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Prime Minister: Well, thank you very much. Friends, this evening we gather together on Ngunnawal country, whose elders past, present and future we acknowledge and we respect.
25 Jan 2022
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Prime Minister: Well, thank you very much, and g’day, everyone.
25 Jan 2022
Media release
The Aboriginal Flag is now freely available for public use after the Morrison Government completed negotiations with Harold Thomas. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the Aboriginal Flag copyright has been transferred to the Commonwealth.
25 Jan 2022
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PRIME MINISTER: Thank you very much and greetings again to you, Honourable Prime Minister Marape, James, my dear friend, and to your ministers who are joining you, the Deputy Prime Minister, the Treasurer and of course, the Minister for State-Owned Enterprises, Mr Duma.
21 Jan 2022
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Prime Minister: Well, thank you very much, Borge, it’s very good to be joining you, and thank you for that very kind introduction. So, g’day from Australia.
21 Jan 2022
Media release
Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Prime Minister James Marape met virtually today to sign agreements for $580 million in upgrades and refurbishments to several priority ports in Papua New Guinea, with a loan and grant finance package to be delivered through the Australian Infr
21 Jan 2022
Media release
Australia is exporting the world’s first shipment of liquefied hydrogen, heralding the start of a major new energy export industry.
21 Jan 2022
Media statement
National Cabinet met today to discuss our response to COVID-19 and the Omicron variant, approaches to test, trace isolate and quarantine including the use of rapid antigen tests (RATs) and the vaccine rollout and booster programme.
20 Jan 2022
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Prime Minister: Good afternoon, everyone. Despite a one in hundred year pandemic, that has caused both global and domestic recessions over the last couple of years, the Australian economy is proving resilient through this pandemic - 64,000 jobs in December.
20 Jan 2022

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