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Australia considering safe haven offer for Hong Kongers
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Australia targeted by state-based cyber attacks
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Australia adds to stimulus as record deficits loom
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NSW moves to block Black Lives Matter protest
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Man asks journalists covering Australian PM's press conference to get off his lawn
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PM Scott Morrison congratulates India for taking Chair of WHO's executive board
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Committed to open, inclusive, prosperous Indo-Pacific region: PM Morrison
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Wish I could be in India for 'Modi hug', to share my 'samosas': PM Scott Morrison
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Australian PM Scott Morrison thanks PM Modi for constructive, positive role during tough time
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PM Modi attends first ever 'India-Australia Virtual Summit' with PM Scott Morrison
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Australian PM told to "Get off the grass!'
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Pro-democracy Hong Kongers in Australia welcome Scott Morrison's safe haven plansAustralia is "actively considering" offering safe haven to Hong Kong residents who are endangered by a new draconian national security law imposed on the city by China.
Australia drafting plan to offer safe haven to Hong Kong residentsAustralia is working on a scheme to provide safe haven to Hong Kong residents after China’s “very concerning” decision to push ahead with a controversial new security law, Scott Morrison has..
Australia 'actively considering' offering safe haven to Hong Kongers as China cracks down on protestersPrime Minister Scott Morrison is considering offering safe haven to people in Hong Kong endangered by new national security laws imposed by China.
Scott Morrison unveils defence strategy to prepare for 'more dangerous' world, analysts say it's to counter ChinaAnalysts say the federal government's $270 billion plan to arm Australia against a "more dangerous" world is clearly aimed at countering the rise of China in the region.
Scott Morrison unveils $270 billion plan to arm Australia with long range missiles against 'more dangerous' worldPrime Minister Scott Morrison wants the Australian Defence Force to make sure it can deter threats in the region and respond where necessary.
Watch: Australian Defence Plan announcementThe Prime Minister Scott Morrison is speaking live from the Australian Defence Force Academy shortly. The government is set to unveil a $270 billion defence plan to make sure the defence force is able..
People refusing to get tested in Melbourne's hotspot suburbs could face fines, Scott Morrison warnsPrime Minister Scott Morrison has raised the prospect of fines for people refusing to get coronavirus tests as Melbourne grapples with an outbreak.
Morrison backing tough Melbourne lockdownPrime Minister Scott Morrison has raised the prospect of fines for people refusing to get coronavirus tests as Melbourne grapples with an outbreak.
Scott Morrison set to unveil $270 billion defence planPrime Minister Scott Morrison wants the Australian Defence Force to make sure it can deter threats in the region and respond where necessary.
The woman who refused to shake the PM's hand has this message for himZoey made international headlines earlier this year when she refused to shake the prime minister’s hand after the devastating bushfires in Cobargo, NSW. Six months on, and days before a crucial..
Victoria confirms 64 new coronavirus cases as Scott Morrison backs suburban lockdownsAnother 64 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in Victoria, taking the total number of cases in the state to 2,159.
Scott Morrison says unemployed Australians are not working because JobSeeker is too generousThe prime minister is set to receive a Treasury report into coronavirus supports, but will not make changes for another month.
Watch: The Prime Minister is speaking liveThe Prime Minister Scott Morrison is speaking live in Yass shortly to make an announcement about regional NSW roads.
Scott Morrison slams 'reprehensible' groups refusing to join child abuse redress schemeThe federal government has warned 25 institutions they face losing funding and tax concessions if they refuse to join the national child abuse redress scheme.
Scott Morrison says it's 'not unreasonable' for Australia’s borders to remain shut until mid-next yearPrime Minister Scott Morrison’s comments come after a prediction by Qantas CEO Alan Joyce that international travel won’t resume until at least July 2021 as a result of the coronavirus.
Leaders forge on with relaxing virus rulesPrime Minister Scott Morrison has flagged ongoing help for aviation and entertainment workers after September.
Morrison flags support for aviation sectorQantas has been in talks with Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Treasurer Josh Frydenberg about extending support for the ailing carrier.
Scott Morrison reveals Australia’s been targeted by a 'sophisticated, state-based' cyber attack, but won’t say who’s behind itThe prime minister has revealed Australia has been targeted by a cyber attack from an unnamed foreign entity.
Australia targeted by 'sophisticated state-based' cyber attack, Scott Morrison saysPrime Minister Scott Morrison says Australia has been targeted by a cyber attack from an unnamed foreign entity.
Australia under cyber attack: MorrisonPrime Minister Scott Morrison says Australia is under a cyber attack from a foreign entity.
Scott Morrison frustrated by speed of state border reopeningsThe prime minister has expressed frustration at the slowness of states allowing cross-border travel, as overseas trips remain off the table till next year.
Scott Morrison spruiks highway upgrade in answer to question on women giving birth on side of the roadPrime Minister Scott Morrison was asked if it was acceptable for women to be forced to give birth on the side of the road near Canberra.
Australia seeks to engage China over actor sentenced to deathAustralia is seeking to engage China over the case of Karm Gilespie, an Australian man sentenced to death for drug trafficking, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Monday, amid escalating tensions..
Scott Morrison announces additional $1.5 billion towards 'shovel-ready' projectsThe prime minister has outlined some of the new projects the government will help fund to revive the economy as the COVID-19 pandemic eases.
Morrison on protests: 'people should not attend those events'Prime Minister Scott Morrison is urging Australian's to not attend protests this weekend, which health authorities say cannot be made safe against COVID-19.
Scott Morrison apologises after saying there was no slavery in AustraliaThe prime minister drew widespread criticism after saying on Thursday "there was no slavery in Australia" when the country was founded.
Scott Morrison shoots down ideas of stripping benefits from Black Lives Matter protestersScott Morrison has dismissed suggestions the federal government could stop paying people's welfare payments if they attend protests this weekend.
International students could return to Australia 'next month' if states open their bordersPrime Minister Scott Morrison has told states they must open their borders to Australians, before they can accept international students.
Gathering limits relaxed for large venues under stage three coronavirus restrictionsPrime Minister Scott Morrison has announced the removal of caps on the size of gatherings as part of stage three of Australia's reopening.
Rules to be relaxed for large venues and stadiums under changes to stage three coronavirus rulesPrime Minister Scott Morrison has announced the removal of caps on the size of gatherings as part of stage three of the reopening.
Watch: The Prime Minister and Chief Medical Officer to speakPrime Minister Scott Morrison and the Chief Medical Officer Professor Brendan Murphy are expected to speak, following warnings from the Finance Minister that a second wave of COVID-19 could cost..
Scott Morrison apologises for 'any hurt or harm' caused by unlawful robodebt schemeScott Morrison has apologised for his government's unlawful robodebt scheme, saying he 'deeply regrets' any hardship caused by the program.
Australia won't be intimidated in row with China: PM MorrisonPrime Minister Scott Morrison said on Thursday he would not be intimidated by "coercion" after China restricted some Australian exports and urged Chinese tourists and students to avoid Australia.
Scott Morrison urges protesters to stay homeThe Prime Minister has urged Australians not to attend protests due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19. Mr Morrison said the government was committed to action on Aboriginal deaths in custody but..
Australian PM on China tensions: country won't trade values in response to 'coercion'Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said that he would not be intimidated or give into coercion when asked on Thursday whether Australia would keep taking hits on exports from major trading..
Scott Morrison says anyone who goes to Black Lives Matter rallies should be charged after Melbourne protester tests positive to coronavirusA man in his 30s who attended the Black Lives Matter protests in Melbourne on Saturday has tested positive for coronavirus.
Scott Morrison says police should charge protesters at Black Lives Matter rallies this weekendPrime Minister Scott Morrison says it is unacceptable for people to go to upcoming Black Lives Matter protests.
Scott Morrison compares Black Lives Matter protests to Anzac Day, urges Australians to show 'respect' and not attendThe Prime Minister has cautioned Australians not to attend protests against police brutality over the weekend amid coronavirus social distancing restrictions.
Australians urged not to take part in Black Lives Matter protestsAustralian Prime Minister Scott Morrison urged people not to attend planned Black Lives Matter protests around the country this weekend, citing the risk of spreading the coronavirus.