Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks to journalists at a press conference during the 2018 ASEAN Summit in Singapore, Wednesday, November 14, 2018. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas)

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PRIME MINISTER: Good afternoon, everyone. I'm very pleased to be joined by the Deputy Prime Minister, the Minister for Agriculture, the Minister for Drought and the Minister for Education.
07 Nov 2019
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Prime Minister: Well, thank you, Ita. Before I do that, I promise I won’t to delay you long before announcing the recipients of the awards tonight. If you'd forgive me to say just a couple of things.
06 Nov 2019
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Prime Minister: Thank you very much, Alan, for that introduction. The only way I can top that is to give the entire speech in Thai - that’s not going to happen.
04 Nov 2019
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Prime Minister: Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, particularly to any veterans who are here today, serving men and women of our Defence Forces, can I acknowledge you especially and simply say thank you for your service from a grateful nation. 
04 Nov 2019
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Prime Minister: I’m pleased to be here in Bangkok in Thailand with Minister Birmingham as part of the ASEAN Summit and the East Asia Summit.
04 Nov 2019
Media release
Australian Defence Force veterans will be able to access thousands of special discounts as businesses across the nation say ‘thank you for your service’.
03 Nov 2019
Media release
I will travel to Bangkok, Thailand from 3 to 4 November for the 14th East Asia Summit and 3rd Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) Summit alongside some of Australia’s key international partners, who are vital to a secure and stable region, and the investment and
02 Nov 2019
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PRIME MINISTER: Thank you very much, Macca, it’s tremendous to be here with you and so many of you. So many Queenslanders, I’m sure many from far beyond the borders of Queensland as well.
01 Nov 2019
Media release
Trainees and apprentices will be taught skills that better match the needs of employers in the mining industry, under a Skills Organisations Pilot announced by the Coalition Government today.
01 Nov 2019

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