Report urges immediate action to fix housing affordability
Society | 30 November 2023
Victoria is the nation’s fastest growing state, yet households are decreasing in size, meaning there are more empty bedrooms just as there are increasing numbers of people who want to fill them.
Survey of voters with disabilities
Society | 23 November
The Electoral Matters Committee is conducting a survey of people with disabilities as part of its inquiry into the conduct of the 2022 Victorian state election.
Shepparton region hopes to avoid repeat flood
Environment | 22 November
Residents of Shepparton, Mooroopna and surrounds had their say at a public hearing held as part of the inquiry into the October 2022 flood event in Victoria.
The sitting week that was
General | 12 February 2023
Legislative Council President Shaun Leane kicks off regular video recap of sitting weeks.
Members express sorrow for earthquake victims
General | 9 February 2023
MPs offer sympathies to people of Turkey and Syria.
Making first impressions count
General | 8 February 2023
You never get a second chance to make a first impression. That’s one reason new MPs work hard on perfecting their inaugural speech.
John Landy’s ‘compassionate legacy’
General | 7 February 2023
Former Victorian Governor and Olympic athlete praised for his service to the parliament and the people of Victoria.
Keeping contemporary in a changing world
General | 25 January 2023
Tradition and change on the minds of more than 100 parliamentary officers from across the world who converged on the Victorian Parliament.
Fresh perspectives on parliament
General | 18 January 2023
New four-part video series gives insights into how young people see and engage with parliament.
Sitting days set for 2023
General | 3 January 2023
February 7 start for 60th Parliament's first full year of sittings.
Historic tradition with a modern touch
General | 20 December 2022
Governor Linda Dessau has declared open the 60th Parliament of Victoria.