PM tells top public servants how they can support the government

PM tells top public servants how they can support the government

The Prime Minister Scott Morrison addresses the commonwealth's top public servants outlining the government's intentions to improve and evolve the public service to deliver better results for all Australians. Speaking at the Great Hall in Parliame...
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RAW: Michael King leaves Adelaide Magistrates Court

RAW: Michael King leaves Adelaide Magistrates Court

Raw footage: Michael William King leaves Adelaide Magistrates Court. King had appeared in court after he was charged with 14 counts of failing to act honestly as a public sector employee and seven counts of unlawful possession.
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NSW Premier awaiting review into Sidoti

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RAW: PM of Fiji Bainimarama welcomed by Morrison for signing of partnership

RAW: PM of Fiji Bainimarama welcomed by Morrison for signing of partnership

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Taylor says report shows energy cost reductions and Saudi attack no threat to fuel supplies

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Infanticide on demand: Abbott and Joyce amp up anti-abortion rally

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Former prime minister Tony Abbott and former deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce speak at an anti-abortion rally in Sydney on September 15, 2019. Abbott tells the crowd he supported the election of Gladys Berejiklian's government for infrastructur...
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Aussies lose final Test, Ashes drawn 2-2

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Daughter calls for independent investigation into mother's death in custody

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RAW: PM Morrison meets firefighters in Canungra

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Adelaide fish smuggler leaves court after copping fine

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RAW: Sarah Budge arrives at Sydney Court

RAW: Sarah Budge arrives at Sydney Court

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Cameron Munster fit and ready to go ahead of Storm v Raiders

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Mitch Marsh snares four as England reach 8-271

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RAW: Queensland Premier visits meets with fire crews

RAW: Queensland Premier visits meets with fire crews

Queensland premier Annastacia Palaszczuk meets with fire crews and volunteers who for days have battled a Sunshine Coast inferno. The visit comes as the premier defends taking an overseas trip during the peak of the blaze that was allegedly lit by...
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Director and star of Buoyancy discuss the award-winning film

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Sidoti says he is "101 per cent" confident he hasn't been involved in any discussion around Metro We

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NSW Sport Minister John Sidoti faces a NSW budget estimates hearing to take questions relating to his ministerial portfolios of Sport, Multiculturalism, Seniors and Veterans. Mr Sidoti responds to questions over a number of property interests and ...
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