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.
Kalbarri and Northampton have been picking up the pieces of their flattened towns for five days, while the PM has wined and dined with hundreds of WA’s business leaders.
Lanai Scarr and Elise Van Aken
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.
Scott Morrison has left the door open to enlisting billionaire miner Andrew Forrest to help him resolve tensions with China.
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.
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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