Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he won’t be reviewing WA’s new GST deal, despite calls by South Australia to do so.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison covered the width and breadth of WA during his four-day trip, showing empathy, honour and promising to deliver for Western Australians.
As he flew out of Perth today, Scott Morrison said the fighting spirit of the people of the Mid west — who had seen their homes and businesses destroyed by Cyclone Seroja — was ‘inspiring’.
For all of the hate WA has copped due to the hard border in the past 12 months, it appears a bit of booing at Optus Stadium has earned back some love from the rest of the nation.
Scott Morrison appears to have found the Mark McGowan re-election playbook on his trip out west — changing his tune on state border closures after witnessing its popularity among WA voters.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has joined clean-up efforts during his visit to the cyclone-ravaged town of Kalbarri today.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has thanked volunteers after arriving in the decimated town, noting that homes in the area ‘look like sardine cans with the roof pulled off’.
The Prime Minister joined joined workers for a pre-shift briefing at Christmas Creek in the Pilbara.
Scott Morrison told a Karratha business breakfast more jobs would be created as a result of the move to a more green industry and there was a bright future ahead as heavy industry decarbonised.
Respect is a two-way street, you’ve got to give it to get it.
Basil ZempilasSeven News Sports Presenter
Scott Morrison was once popular in Western Australia. It wasn’t that long ago. And then something happened. It was something big. That something big was Clive Palmer, writes Mark Riley.
Mark RileySeven News Political Editor
While COVID remains a constant threat around the world, there is reason for Australians to look ahead with hope.
Either we defend all women from the kind of mocking and ridicule inflicted on Australia’s first lady endured from this photo or we give up and declare open season, writes Gemma Tognini.
Scott Morrison has left the door open to enlisting billionaire miner Andrew Forrest to help him resolve tensions with China.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is claiming credit for Premier Mark McGowan’s electoral wipe out of the WA Liberal Party, in his first trip to Perth in 537 days.
The cost of Cyclone Seroja has been estimated to be as much as $200 million after authorities counted 660 damaged properties in the Mid West, including dozens of unlivable homes.
Peter Law & Sarah Steger
Prime Minister Scott Morrison attempted to ease the nerves of anxious West Australians today after public confidence in the AstraZeneca vaccine took a hit earlier this month.
Scott Morrison has confirmed Australia will conclude its military operations after 20 years in Afghanistan.
Scott Morrison has attempted to woo West Australians by praising the State’s efforts to keep the national economy pumping.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison commended WA for its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, but his speech was tarnished by demonstrations.
Lanai Scarr and Brianna Dugan
Prime Minister Scott Morrison will meet privately with Brittany Higgins when she travels to Canberra to take part in the Kate Jenkins review later this month.
Scott Morrison says he ‘regrets’ the language used against ex-Australia Post boss Christine Holgate after revelations she gave four Cartier watches to company executives.
Ben O'Shea & Sarah Ison
The Prime Minister said he would meet with State and Territory leaders twice a week from Monday until the problems with the national vaccination strategy were ironed out.
Scott Morrison has left the door open to allowing big mining companies to vaccinate their own workforces.
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