Budget estimates hearings start on 2 June
Public Accounts and Estimates Committee to question Premier, Treasurer and ministers as part of annual budget review process.
Young Victorians discuss key issues
From across Victoria young people came to Parliament House to discuss the issues that matter most to them.
Array of questions during committee forum
Society | 14 July 2022
Members of the Legislative Council Legal and Social Issues Committee have responded to a range of community questions during an online forum about their work.
Indigenous knowledge explored at NAIDOC Week forum
Environment | 11 July 2022
Two Wiradjuri scholars have provided Indigenous perspectives on environmental management at a forum held at Parliament House on the final day of NAIDOC Week 2022.
Education success story impresses parliamentary leaders
General | 9 July 2022
Parliamentary representatives from the Pacific Islands, New Zealand and various Australian parliaments have visited Worawa Aboriginal College at Healesville during NAIDOC Week to experience an education success story.
Pacific parliamentary partnerships celebrated
General | 8 July 2022
A meeting room in the Parliamentary Precinct has been named the Davui Room in honour of twinning partnerships established between the Victorian Parliament and the Parliaments of Fiji, Nauru and Tuvalu.
Democracy’s way forward discussed at Melbourne conference
General | 7 July 2022
Parliamentary representatives from Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific have gathered in Melbourne to discuss ways in which parliaments can help to strengthen and revitalise democracy.
In remembrance of The Honourable Jane Garrett MP
General | 4 July 2022
We are deeply saddened that the Honourable Jane Garrett MP has passed away and offer our heartfelt condolences to her family.
Learning from New Zealand programs for children of incarcerated parents
Justice | 4 July 2022
Children who’ve committed no crime are still forced to serve a sentence. That’s the message from New Zealand charity group Pillars, who work to support families of incarcerated people in New Zealand.
Youth Parliament passes 18 bills for change
General | 1 July 2022
Those in the chambers and public galleries witnessed passionate, high quality, and at times intense argument on matters close to the participants’ hearts.