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30th Prime Minister of Australia

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Scott Morrison: 30th Prime Minister of Australia
Scott John Morrison is an Australian politician who has been Prime Minister of Australia and leader of the Liberal Party since August 2018. He previously served in Cabinet from 2013 to 2018, including as Treasurer.

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Scott Morrison visits NSW RFS control centre to say 'thanks for everything they're doing'

Firefighters are trying to contain dozens of bushfires across NSW before temperatures soar later this week as Scott Morrison paid tribute to crews in the field.
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PM thanks firies ahead of hot week

Firefighters are trying to contain dozens of bushfires across NSW before temperatures soar later this week as Scott Morrison paid tribute to crews in the field.
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Defector details China interference in Australia [Video]Defector details China interference in Australia

Australia dealt with two allegations against China over the weekend, one pertaining to a supposed plot to install a Chinese agent in Australia's federal parliament, and the other coming from a Chinese..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:37Published

Bushfires put Sydney among worst-polluted cities [Video]Bushfires put Sydney among worst-polluted cities

The Australian city of Sydney made an appearance in the top ten most-polluted cities in the world according to Air Visual, after the city awoke to its fourth consecutive day shrouded in smoke from..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:06Published

Bushfires spread to another state in Australia [Video]Bushfires spread to another state in Australia

Bushfires in Australia have spread to the state of Victoria, as firefighters struggle to put out hundreds of existing blazes across several states. Jayson Albano reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:12Published

Design unveiled for new Sydney international airport [Video]Design unveiled for new Sydney international airport

British architectural firm Zaha Hadid Architects and Sydney-based Cox Architecture have won a competition to build the new Western Sydney International Airport.

Credit: Reuters - 3D Animations (Next Me     Duration: 00:56Published

Wildfires burn on Australia's east coast at prime minister comforts victims [Video]Wildfires burn on Australia's east coast at prime minister comforts victims

At least three people are dead, several remain missing and dozens have been injured as wildfires continue to raze Australia's drought-stricken east coast. Officials also said more than 150 homes have..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 00:34Published

 

Scott Morrison keeps quiet on Indigenous domestic violence survivor funding

Scott Morrison has refused to confirm whether the peak body representing indigenous survivors of domestic violence will continue to receive funding.
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To be, or not to be a PPP? Scott Morrison's dilemma for the arts

And so it came to pass that arts has found its true home alongside its natural brothers and sisters in the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications.
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Arts community mobilises against Scott Morrison after federal arts department axed

A battle of words between Australia's arts community and Prime Minister Scott Morrison is taking shape.
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Stopping refugees from coming to Australia from NZ not a priority for government

Prime Minister Scott Morrison still has no appetite for reviving proposed laws banning resettled refugees from travelling from New Zealand to Australia.
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Scott Morrison defends The Block star Scott Cam's $345,000 government contract

Scott Morrison is unrepentant about paying TV tradie Scott Cam $345,000 for a 15-month government contract.
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'Massive backwards step': Australia to no longer have a federal arts department

Scott Morrison has announced the arts department will be rolled into a department that will also oversee roads and rail.
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Australia to trim government as PM demands policy delivery

Australia will cut the number of government departments next year to focus on the continuity of policy and improving service, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Thursday.
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Australia to trim government next year to boost efficiency

Australia will cut the number of its government departments next year to focus on the continuity of policy and improving service, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Thursday.
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NZ resettlement deal speculation mounts following medevac's repeal in Senate

Scott Morrison has denied a "secret deal" with Jacqui Lambie over resettling refugees on Manus Island and Nauru to New Zealand to secure the repeal of medevac laws.
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Scott Morrison denies 'secret deal' with Jacqui Lambie as Senate overturns medevac laws

The medevac laws, designed to give doctors more say in medical transfers of refugees, have been repealed.
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The WikiLeaks editor-in-chief wants Scott Morrison to help bring Julian Assange home

WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Kristinn Hrafnsson had a blunt message for the Morrison government during his visit to Australia - and that was, to bring Julian Assange home.
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Government announces $88 million task force to fight foreign interference

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says security and intelligence agencies are certain "the threat from foreign interference has never been greater" in Australia.
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Task force to combat foreign interference

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says security and intelligence agencies are certain "the threat from foreign interference has never been greater" in Australia.
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Morrison government wipes $500 million in dodgy debt from students

The Morrison government has this year wiped around $500 million worth of dodgy debt accumulated by unsuspecting students as part of the most disastrous education rort in Australia’s history.
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Scott Morrison decries 'despicable' London Bridge, Dutch attacks

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has sent the country's sympathies to the victims of stabbing attacks in both London and The Hague.
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London Bridge, Dutch attacks 'despicable': Scott Morrison

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has sent the country's sympathies to the victims of stabbing attacks in both London and The Hague.
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Mathias Cormann rules out amendments to the medevac repeal, lining the government up for a second loss

Scott Morrison wants to end the parliamentary year on a win, but the prime minister could be dealt another blow on repealing the controversial medevac laws.
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PM could cop second loss on medevac repeal

Scott Morrison wants to end the parliamentary year on a win, but the prime minister could be dealt another blow on repealing the controversial medevac laws.
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'Storm in a teacup': Peter Dutton plays down Scott Morrison's call to NSW top cop

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton says concerns about a recent phone call between the prime minister and NSW police commissioner are a storm in a teacup.
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Exclusive: High-flying Scott Morrison spent $1.3 million on travel in first year as PM

Scott Morrison has racked up a travel bill of more than $1.3 million in his globetrotting maiden year as prime minister.
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'The right thing to do': Scott Morrison to complete the return of artefacts to India

Three artefacts held by the National Gallery of Australia will be returned to India when Scott Morrison visits the South Asian nation in January.
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Scott Morrison corrects misstep over Angus Taylor defence

The Prime Minister has defended a personal call he made to the New South Wales police commissioner over an investigation involving Energy Minister Angus Taylor.
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Australia to return historic Indian artifacts amid investigation

Australia will return three culturally significant artifacts to India when Prime Minister Scott Morrison visits the country early next year, the Australian government said on Wednesday.
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Malcolm Turnbull questions PM's decision to call NSW top cop about Angus Taylor

Malcolm Turnbull has raised concerns about Prime Minister Scott Morrison directly phoning the NSW police head over a fraud investigation involving his energy minister.
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Labor concerned over Scott Morrison's decision to call NSW top cop

Labor has raised concerns about Prime Minister Scott Morrison directly phoning the NSW police head over a fraud investigation involving his energy minister.
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Concerns over PM ringing NSW top cop

Labor has raised concerns about Prime Minister Scott Morrison directly phoning the NSW police head over a fraud investigation involving his energy minister.
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Scott Morrison stands by Energy Minister Angus Taylor as NSW police investigate altered document

Labor is calling on the prime minister to sack Energy Minister Angus Taylor after his use of an altered document sparked a police investigation.
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Adam Bandt likens Scott Morrison to an Olympic medallist in 'exporting pollution'

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says it's an "outright lie" to claim bushfires would not have happened if Australia had a higher emissions reduction target
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Government pledges $537 million towards improving aged care sector

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has committed $537 million towards fixing problems in the aged care sector.
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Australia probes 'deeply disturbing' allegations of Chinese political interference

Australia's domestic spy agency is investigating whether China tried to install an agent in federal parliament in what Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Monday called "deeply disturbing" allegations.
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Australia PM says allegation of China interference disturbing

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Monday that allegations in a media report that China had tried to install an agent in a parliamentary seat in Canberra were "deeply disturbing and..
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PM thanks Trump for Timothy Weeks' release

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called Donald Trump to thank the US president for his help in securing the release of Timothy Weeks from Taliban custody.
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Did Scott Morrison want Hillsong’s Brian Houston at the White House? Australia can't 'confirm nor deny'

Exclusive: Prime Minister Scott Morrison has continued to dodge questions around if he asked the White House to invite the Hillsong founder.
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Jerusalem Prize: Scott Morrison warns of the United Nations' seeping 'anti-Semitism'

Australia’s Jewish leaders have praised Scott Morrison’s attack on the UN’s 'anti-Semitic agenda' as the nation celebrates 70 years of diplomatic relations with Israel.
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Sydney Mardi Gras to vote on uninviting Scott Morrison to 2020 parade

Several hundred members of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras will decide whether to uninvite Scott Morrison and bar police floats from next year's parade.
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Mardi Gras to vote on parade ban for PM

Several hundred members of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras will decide whether to uninvite Scott Morrison and bar police floats from next year's parade.
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The Prime Minister has again defended Australia's climate record: 'We're doing our bit'

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has again dismissed claims his government's lack of action on climate change has heightened Australia's bushfire risk.
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'We're doing our bit': Scott Morrison again defends Australia's climate record

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has again dismissed claims his government's lack of action on climate change has heightened Australia's bushfire risk.
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Scott Morrison again defends his government's climate record amid bushfire crisis

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has again dismissed claims his government's lack of action on climate change has heightened Australia's bushfire risk.
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'Something to cheer about': Scott Morrison slammed over bushfire cricket tweet

Scott Morrison has weathered backlash over a tweet saying the Australian cricket team will give fire-impacted communities and firefighters "something to cheer about".
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'Nothing charitable' about vegan activists invading farms, says Scott Morrison

The federal government could take more action against a vegan activist group that has been stripped of its charity status.
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Scott Morrison rebuffs US offer to help rescue Australian IS families from Syria

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has ruled out accepting US help to extract Australian women and children from Syria.
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Morrison rebuffs US on Syrian extractions

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has ruled out accepting American help to extract Australian women and children from Syria.
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