In the News

Monday, 29 November 2021

Federal Member for Mitchell, the Hon Alex Hawke MP, has welcomed the Morrison Government’s world-leading reforms to Australia’s defamation laws that will protect Australians and Australian businesses from online trolls, as well as significant legal liabilities.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Attorney-General Michaelia Cash announced urgent reforms that will both address the significant harm dealt by trolls, bots and bigots and respond to the High Court’s decision in the Voller case.

Friday, 26 November 2021

The Morrison Government will invest $22.4 million over five years to establish a Domestic, Family and Sexual Violence Commission to oversee the implementation of the next National Plan to end violence against women and children.

The Commission will support the Government in providing policy leadership, developing and fostering relationships across the sector and ensuring greater cooperation and transparency between the Commonwealth, states and territories in delivering the targets and objectives of the next National Plan.

Wednesday, 24 November 2021

Mr HAWKE (Mitchell—Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs) (10:05): On Friday 8 October, the annual Mitchell Youth Leadership Forum, which has been widely successful over the last 20 years, was again held, and it was as a huge success.

Tuesday, 16 November 2021

The Morrison Government recently launched a campaign to inspire and encourage Australians to buy travel-related Christmas presents this year.  

After a year of restrictions caused by COVID-19, now is the perfect time to give the Gift of Travel to a loved one this Christmas. 

Tuesday, 16 November 2021
The Morrison Government will list Qinlock®️ (ripretinib) on the PBS for the treatment of advanced gastrointestinal stromal tumour (GIST). 
Without PBS subsidy, around 50 patients each year might pay more than $179,900 per course of treatment. Instead, they will pay a maximum of $41.30 per script or $6.60 with a concession card.
The Morrison Government’s commitment to ensuring that Australians can access affordable medicines, when they need them, remains rock solid.