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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 the Cabinet from 2013 to 2018, including as Treasurer of Australia. Morrison was first elected Member of Parliament (MP) for Cook in 2007. Ideologically, he identifies himself as a pragmatic conservative.

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Australia joins U.S.-led mission to protect Gulf shipping

Australia will join the United States in a security mission to protect merchant vessels traveling through key Middle East waterways after Iran seized a British-flagged vessel, Prime Minister Scott..
Reuters - Published Also reported by •SBS

Australia joins U.S.-led maritime security mission in Gulf

Australia will join the United States in a security mission to protect merchant vessels traveling through key Middle East waterways after Iran seized a British-flagged vessel, Prime Minister Scott..
Reuters - Published

Videos for Scott Morrison

Australian student released from detention in North Korea [Video]Australian student released from detention in North Korea

*No access Australia* Australia's prime minister says an Australian student has been released from detention in North Korea. PM Scott Morrison told the Australian parliament on Thursday that Alek..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:09Published

Morrison confirms return of student missing in N. Korea [Video]Morrison confirms return of student missing in N. Korea

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Australian student Alek Sigley, who had gone missing in North Korea, is now safe. Rough cut - no reporter narration.

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 00:50Published

 

'Enough is enough': Australia joins US mission to protect ships in Strait of Hormuz

Australia will send troops, a plane and a warship to help guard the Strait of Hormuz in the Middle East, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed.
SBS - Published

Australia says it will join U.S.-led defense effort in Strait of Hormuz

Australia will join the United States in a coalition of countries protecting oil tankers and cargo ships from threats posed by Iran in the Strait of Hormuz, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on..
Reuters - Published

'The bloke's had too many chances': More advertisers dump Jones after Ardern comment

A number of high-profile brands have cut ties with the controversial broadcaster after he said Prime Minister Scott Morrison should "shove a sock down" the throat of New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda..
SBS - Published

Public servants must be accountable to the 'quiet Australians': PM

Prime Minister Scott Morrison wants public servants to have a "laser-like focus" on serving quiet Australians instead of high-profile advocates.
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Serve quiet Aussies, PM urges bureaucrats

Prime Minister Scott Morrison wants public servants to have a "laser-like focus" on serving quiet Australians instead of high-profile advocates.
SBS - Published

Fijian PM accused Scott Morrison of being 'very insulting and condescending'

Fiji's leader has hit out at his Australian counterpart, questioning their personal relationship following the Pacific Island Forum.
SBS - Published

'China never insults the Pacific': Fiji PM says Morrison is no longer a friend

Fiji Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama has accused Scott Morrison of being "very insulting and condescending" during the Pacific Island Forum.
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PM Fiji says Morrison no longer a friend

Fiji Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama has accused Scott Morrison of being "very insulting and condescending" during the Pacific Island Forum.
SBS - Published

Fiji PM accuses Australia's Morrison of 'insulting' Pacific island nations

Fiji Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama accused Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison of insulting leaders of Pacific island nations during a regional summit earlier this week, and said Chinese..
Reuters - Published

‘Wolf in wolf’s clothing’: Scott Morrison targets GetUp ahead of possible new inquiry

Scott Morrison has again questioned left-leaning activist group GetUp’s political independence and says he could call for another inquiry into the matter.
SBS - Published

Christian. Conservative. Ordinary. Cunning too. Scott Morrison's plan to become PM

Scott Morrison came out of the leadership spill against Malcolm Turnbull presenting a clean pair of hands. But his ascension to The Lodge was anything but accidental.
The Age - Published

Scott Morrison slams Alan Jones' call to 'shove sock down throat' of Jacinda Ardern

Radio host Alan Jones has come under fire for telling Prime Minister Scott Morrison to "shove a sock down [Jacinda Ardern's] throat" after she urged Australia to act on climate change.
SBS - Published Also reported by •The Age

Turnbull calls on Jones to apologise to Ardern for 'misogynistic rant'

Radio host Alan Jones has come under fire for telling Prime Minister Scott Morrison to "shove a sock down [Jacinda Ardern's] throat" after she urged Australia to act on climate change.
SBS - Published

Scott Morrison commits $2m in Pacific climate talks

Final communique negotiations are underway between Pacific leaders, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison announcing $2 million to help with oil spill clean-ups.
SBS - Published

'Australia has to answer to Pacific': Morrison faces tough climate questions

Scott Morrison will join Pacific leaders for a closed day of talks on Thursday in Tuvalu, spending the day on a leaders' retreat as pressure mounts on climate.
SBS - Published

Morrison prepares for tough climate talks

Scott Morrison will join Pacific leaders for a closed day of talks on Thursday in Tuvalu, spending the day on a leaders' retreat as pressure mounts on climate.
SBS - Published

'Australia has to answer to the Pacific': Ardern weighs in on climate change responsibilities

Australia's climate policies are under the spotlight at the Pacific Islands Forum, but Scott Morrison has vowed to show up for the "hard conversations".
SBS - Published

Australia pushes Pacific islands to drop calls for stronger climate action

Australia stepped up efforts on Wednesday to convince Pacific Islands to abandon calls for tougher climate change goals, as Prime Minister Scott Morrison arrived in the tiny island of Tuvalu.
Reuters - Published

Australian Prime Minister set to woo Pacific leaders at annual forum

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison will on Wednesday arrive in Tuvalu, a tiny Pacific Island, to start wooing a region that Canberra fears is edging closer to China.
Reuters - Published

PM set for debate about Australia's approach to climate change at Pacific forum

Scott Morrison will arrive in Tuvalu on Wednesday for the Pacific Islands Forum, where he enters a political storm around Australia's climate policies.
SBS - Published

PM set for climate debate at Pacific forum

Scott Morrison will arrive in Tuvalu on Wednesday for the Pacific Islands Forum, where he enters a political storm around Australia's climate policies.
SBS - Published

Climate change set to dominate this week's Pacific Island Forum

Prime Minister Scott Morrison will face increased pressure to boost Australia's climate change commitments when he attends the Pacific Island Forum this week.
SBS - Published

Australia prime minister joins transgender policy backlash

Cricket Australia (CA) have come under fire for a new policy aimed at making the sport inclusive for transgender and gender diverse players, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison describing it as..
Reuters - Published

Scott Morrison says Cricket Australia's decision to allow a trans player is 'mystifying, heavy-handed'

The prime minister has taken issue with a Cricket Australia policy to allow transgender people to play at the elite level.
SBS - Published

Australia won't host U.S. missiles, prime minister says

U.S. intermediate-range missiles will not be deployed in Australia, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Monday, after the United States revealed ambitions to site missiles in the Asia-Pacific region.
Reuters - Published

Australia rules out US missiles in Darwin

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has scotched the prospect of US ground-based missiles being stationed in Darwin.
SBS - Published

Morrison laments 'terrible and evil' Texas shooting

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has expressed his deep sadness over the "terrible and evil" shooting massacre which has left at least 20 people dead in the US.
SBS - Published

Don't give-up on PM over 'voice': Wyatt

Indigenous Australians Minister Ken Wyatt believes Scott Morrison is still willing to listen over the issue of an indigenous "voice' in the federal parliament.
SBS - Published

PM starts the week with Newspoll surge

Scott Morrison is leading Labor leader Anthony Albanese as preferred prime minister in a Newspoll published in The Australian on Monday.
SBS - Published

CBD Melbourne: Avoiding all doubt

Well there really isn’t any doubt about which horse Prime Minister Scott Morrison is backing to replace Mitch Fifield as a Victorian Senator.
The Age - Published

SBS World News bulletin: 25/7/19

SBS News wraps-up all the national and international news including: Mueller testifies before Congress, political upheaval on Boris Johnson's first day in Downing Street and Prime Minister Scott..
SBS - Published

PM dismisses politicisation questions after naming former aide as top public servant

The new head of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet is a former advisor to the Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
SBS - Published

Trump to host Australian PM for official visit, state dinner September 20

U.S. President Donald Trump will host Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison for an official visit and state dinner on Sept. 20, the White House said in a statement on Monday.
Reuters - Published

Watch live: Scott Morrison welcomes PNG PM to Australia

Papua New Guinean Prime Minister James Marape has received a ceremonial welcome after arriving at Parliament House, but things quickly came down to business.
SBS - Published

Watch live: Scott Morrison speaks with PNG leader James Marape

Scott Morrison is giving a live address with PNG leader James Marape who has demanded an end to offshore detention on Manus Island since being elected.
SBS - Published

How Scott Morrison can show Boris Johnson what leadership means

With Boris Johnson about to become PM in Britain, I have given up on my own government leading the way on mental health - but Australia is another matter.
The Age - Published

No lights, no linen: How Alex survived for six years on Newstart

In May 2018 John Howard said he believes the Newstart freeze has gone on too long. Scott Morrison has no plans to increase it. Here is Alex's experience.
The Age - Published

Ardern left holding the bunny in Melbourne

New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern thought it was "no gifts" when she met with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, but then the pink bunny emerged.
SBS - Published

Watch: SBS World News live

Tonight on SBS World News the US takes down an Iranian drone, Japan in shock over its worst mass killing in almost two decades and Jacinda Ardern meets Scott Morrison in Melbourne.
SBS - Published

Scott Morrison meets with Jacinda Ardern in Melbourne

The Prime Minister has met with Jacinda Ardern in Melbourne in their first face-to-face talks since the Coalition won the Federal election in May.
SBS - Published

'Corrosive' deportations on agenda for Ardern, Morrison meeting

New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern is due to meet with her Australian counterpart for the first time since the Christchurch massacre.
SBS - Published

Farmers hopeful Bush Summit provides better understanding of regional Australia's needs

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has dismissed suggestions the Future Drought Fund will take money away from infrastructure.
SBS - Published

Prime Minister says drought fund won't rob infrastructure

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has dismissed suggestions the Future Drought Fund will take money away from infrastructure.
SBS - Published

Ardern touches down in Melbourne to talk good government

Jacinda Ardern's whirlwind trip to Australia is underway with the New Zealand prime minister in Melbourne to meet with Daniel Andrews and Scott Morrison this week.
SBS - Published

Morrison wants trespass laws targeting animal activists passed within two weeks

Prime Minister Scott Morrison wants laws targeting animal activists trespassing on private farms to be passed within two weeks.
SBS - Published

Queensland's Olympics bid gathers momentum

Despite being a proud Sydneysider, Scott Morrison says Queensland has his strong backing for a bid to host the 2032 Olympics.
SBS - Published

PM fully behind Queensland Olympic bid

Despite being a proud Sydneysider, Scott Morrison says Queensland has his strong backing for a bid to host the 2032 Olympics.
SBS - Published

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