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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 serving as the 30th and current Prime Minister of Australia and leader of the Liberal Party since 24 August 2018. He has been a member of the House of Representatives since 2007, representing the Division of Cook in New South Wales.

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Scott Morrison says he wanted to 'lower fears on Islam, not elevate them' in tense interview

The Prime Minister says he has always been concerned about attitudes towards Australian Muslims and has only sought to improve them.
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Fast-rail links to get $2b boost from PM

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is set to announce a $2 billion commitment to building fast rail links to ease congestion in the largest population centres.
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Australian PM happy with 'moderation' of Turkey's Christchurch comments [Video]Australian PM happy with 'moderation' of Turkey's Christchurch comments

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison welcomes the moderation of Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan's comments made following the New Zealand shootings. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:06Published

Gunman streams New Zealand shootings, kills 49 [Video]Gunman streams New Zealand shootings, kills 49

A gunman shot dead at least 49 people and wounded more than 40 at two New Zealand mosques, some as they were kneeling at prayer, livestreaming online some of the killings that Prime Minister Jacinda..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:56Published

Forty-nine killed in New Zealand mosque shootings: police [Video]Forty-nine killed in New Zealand mosque shootings: police

At least one gunman killed 49 people and wounded more than 20 during Friday prayers at two New Zealand mosques in the country's worst ever mass shooting. Michelle Hennessy reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:57Published

New Zealand Shooting Suspect Is Australian [Video]New Zealand Shooting Suspect Is Australian

Tennis - Australian Open - Fourth Round - Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, January 20, 2019. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson SYDNEY (Reuters) - One of four people detained in New Zealand after mass..

Credit: Wochit News     Duration: 00:35Published

One NZ shooting suspect is Australian, says PM Morrison [Video]One NZ shooting suspect is Australian, says PM Morrison

One of four people detained in New Zealand after mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch is Australian, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:14Published

Hakeem Al-Araibi granted Australian citizenship after time in Thai prison [Video]Hakeem Al-Araibi granted Australian citizenship after time in Thai prison

Refugee footballer Hakeem Al-Araibi is granted Australian citizenship and is presented with a pin by Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 01:05Published

Australia accuses foreign government of cyber attack on lawmakers [Video]Australia accuses foreign government of cyber attack on lawmakers

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says that a cyber attack on Australian lawmakers breaching networks of major political parties was probably carried out by a foreign government. Rough cut - no..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 00:55Published

Australia to reopen controversial detention center [Video]Australia to reopen controversial detention center

Australia will reopen a controversial detention centre for asylum seekers, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said after an embarrassing defeat in parliament that allows migrants in offshore camps to..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 02:02Published

Freed Bahraini footballer lands in Australia [Video]Freed Bahraini footballer lands in Australia

Bahraini footballer Hakeem Al Araibi arrives in the Australian city of Melbourne after being freed from a Thai prison where he has spent the last two months. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 00:52Published

 

No Islamophobia problem in Liberals: PM

The federal coalition government doesn't have an issue with Islamophobia, Prime Minister Scott Morrison says.
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Australia's PM slams social media 'grubs' after Aussie Rules player abused

Australia's prime minister Scott Morrison has described social media users who posted abusive comments beneath a photograph of Australian Rules player Tayla Harris as "cowardly grubs".
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High-speed rail 'very ambitious': Morrison

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says a high-speed rail link between Melbourne and Brisbane is "very ambitious", talking down the prospects of such a project.
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Australia, Turkey tension easing: Morrison

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has welcomed a "moderation" of Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan's views after an explosive speech.
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PM's population plan riddled with holes on the big issue: immigration

Scott Morrison has announced a cut to immigration but his population plan is lacking essential ingredients, writes a former Immigration Department official.
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PM seeks answer on Turkey Anzac outburst

Scott Morrison does not accept the excuse given by Turkish government after its president said Australians with anti-Muslim views would be sent home in coffins.
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Morrison takes time on Hanson preferences

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has refused to preference One Nation last, saying he wants to wait for nominations to close before deciding.
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Don’t expect traffic to improve when the government cuts permanent migration

Scott Morrison's suggestion that cutting migration will lead to reduced congestion is a “fairytale”, say migration and planning experts.
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New migrants to go regional for permanent residency, under PM’s plan

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is cutting the annual migration intake by 30,000 places and introducing new regional visas forcing skilled workers to the bush.
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Anzac Day travellers urged to be cautious

PM Scott Morrison does not accept excuse given by Turkish government after its president said Australians with anti-Muslim views would be sent home in coffins.
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Turkey's president 'highly offensive': PM

Turkey's ambassador is meeting Scott Morrison after the Turkish president warned anti-Muslim Australians who visit his country will return home in coffins.
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SBS News live stream: Scott Morrison to speak about migration

Watch here on SBS News for breaking national and international news.
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I'll wait on Hanson preferences: Morrison

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has refused to preference One Nation last, saying he wants to wait for nominations to close before deciding.
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PM defends slashing annual migrant intake by 30,000 places

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is cutting the annual migration intake by 30,000 places and introducing new regional visas forcing skilled workers to the bush.
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Labor leader's Asia remarks offensive: PM

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Michael Daley's comments about Asian immigration were offensive and called on Bill Shorten to disassociate himself from them.
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PM slashes migrant intake by 30,000, introduces new regional visas

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is cutting the annual migration intake by 30,000 places and introducing new regional visas forcing skilled workers to the bush.
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Morrison slashes migrant intake by 30,000

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is cutting the annual migration intake by 30,000 places and introducing new regional visas forcing skilled workers to the bush.
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Leaders urged to declare Aboriginal child suicides a 'national crisis'

Prime Minister Scott Morrison must declare Indigenous child suicides a national emergency.
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Morrison promises no deals with One Nation

The Liberal Party will not enter into any preference deals with One Nation at the May federal election, Prime Minister Scott Morrison says.
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Morrison warns social media giants against 'promoting' violence

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has written to G20 chairman Shinzo Abe calling for more action on social media companies inadvertently promoting violence.
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Morrison pushes G20 on social media firms

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says security agencies are watching for the rising threat of white supremacists after the Christchurch terror attacks.
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Security agencies watching for terror: PM

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says security agencies are watching for the rising threat of white supremacists after the Christchurch terror attacks.
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Calling out those who created a toxic environment for Muslims

Many mainstream voices now censuring Anning for his views, including Scott Morrison, created a political environment toxic to Muslims.
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Morrison pleads for end to 'mindless tribalism', announces $55 million safety upgrades for places of worship

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the ties that bind us are at 'great risk' of breaking.
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PM gives places of worship security grants

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is offering $55 million to religious centres to boost security, in light of the Christchurch massacre.
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PM attends service for NZ mosque victims

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his family have gathered with the Coptic community in southern Sydney to pray, following the massacre in Christchurch.
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PM says Fraser Anning must face 'full force of law' for 'appalling' anti-Muslim comments

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says there should be legal consequences for independent senator Fraser Anning blaming the Islamic community for a mosque shooting.
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Social media should block terrorists: PM

Prime Minister Scott Morrison will talk with social media companies after the alleged Christchurch attacker livestreamed part of the massacre.
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Australia's political and religious leaders unite against extremism after Christchurch attack

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has vowed "peace and love" will triumph against the hate that motivated the Christchurch terror attacks as police have increased their presence at mosques across Australia..
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PM at interfaith prayer gathering for NZ

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has gathered with the Arabic community in southern Sydney to pray for the victim's of the Christchurch massacre.
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PM wants to censure Anning for NZ comments

Prime Minister Scott Morrison wants to censure Queensland Senator Fraser Anning in parliament for blaming the Islamic community for the New Zealand shootings.
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One Christchurch shooting suspect is Australian: Australian PM

One of four people detained in New Zealand after mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch is Australian, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Friday.
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PM backs current schemes to fill farm jobs

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says farmers effectively have access to an agricultural visa thanks to reforms to existing migration schemes.
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Political battle over wages heating up

Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten have locked horns in a political barney over wage growth, with the issue shaping as a cornerstone of the federal election.
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Morrison defends mortgage broker backflip

Scott Morrison says his government's decision to change course and allow mortgage brokers to charge trailing fees - for the time being - is about fairness.
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Morrison pushes back against IS extremist's plea

Prime Minister Scott Morrison insists he will not put Australians at danger by helping home-grown Islamic State terrorists return to the country.
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Scott Morrison says Bill Shorten wants businesses to sack people to give others a pay rise

Australian workers on the minimum wage would receive an extra $43 a week under a union proposal submitted to the Fair Work Commission as the government and Labor face off over wages.
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PM urges survivor support as Pell jailed

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called for community support for child sexual abuse survivors on the day of the sentencing of George Pell.
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'Support abuse survivors', PM tells Aust

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the focus should be on victims of child sexual abuse as George Pell awaits his sentence for abusing two choirboys.
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PM focuses on victims before Pell decision

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the focus should be on victims of child sexual abuse as George Pell awaits his sentence for abusing two choirboys.
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Melbourne airport rail link inches closer

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews are formally signing off on a long-awaited rail link to Melbourne airport.
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'Adventures of ScoMo and Big Mac': PM ridiculed after giving Nats leader a nickname

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has tried to help his embattled deputy by giving him a nickname similar to his own.
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Poll based on envy versus aspiration: PM

Two Liberal Party milestones will be marked by Prime Minister Scott Morrison at an event in Melbourne.
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PM to mark Liberal Party milestones

Two Liberal Party milestones will be marked by Prime Minister Scott Morrison at an event in Melbourne.
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