Find out about the Serjeant-at-Arms
Tradition paired with contemporary function is a good way to describe the role of Serjeant-at-Arms.
Usher of the Black Rod makes history
Victoria's first female Usher of the Black Rod speaks about her ceremonial and administrative role.
This series of articles has been produced by participants in Parliament Express, a 12-week program delivered by Express Media in partnership with the Parliament of Victoria that provides young writers with the opportunity to hone their skills through mentoring and engagement opportunities.
The pros and cons of being social
TikTok raises questions about engaging with young people on their terms.
Celebrating The Queen's Platinum Jubilee
General | 5 June 2022
A message from the Victorian Parliament's Presiding Officers for The Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
Walking together to recognise Aboriginal Change Makers
General | 3 June 2022
A new education resource that presents the stories of Aboriginal Change Makers has been officially launched.
Research report examines transitioning to life after parliament
General | 31 May 2022
A first-of-its-kind research project has been undertaken jointly by Deakin University and the Victorian Parliamentary Former Members Association.
Report paints an optimistic picture of Victoria’s renewable energy future
Economy | 26 May 2022
Environment and Planning Committee finds Victoria already has the right policy settings to meet the rapidly growing demand for electricity to the middle of the century.
Refreshing our partnership with Fiji
General | 23 May 2022
Victorian parliamentary staff have worked with colleagues at the Fiji Parliament to help develop a new community engagement strategy for the parliament.
Photo installation explores gatherings
General | 19 May 2022
The landscapes and meeting places of regional Victoria have been brought to Parliament through a major photography festival.
Students' convention returns to Parliament
General | 18 May 2022
Secondary students from 12 schools across Melbourne came together to discuss whether or not Victorian courts should continue to hold judge only trials.
Students have their say as the Parliament Prize returns in 2022
General | 16 May 2022
Victorian students are invited to share what they would say to parliament if they were an MP.