Flood inquiry invites submissions
Victorians affected by the 2022 flood event are urged to share their experiences as part of a parliamentary probe.
Week in Review
A recap of the sitting week from 7-9 March, presented by Legislative Council President Shaun Leane.
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.
Debunking election myths
General | 20 October 2022
Victoria goes to the polls on Saturday 26 November and it’s important voters have the facts.
Young Victorian ideas celebrated at parliament
General | 13 October 2022
Several exciting new projects produced by young Victorians, for young Victorians have been officially unveiled at parliament.
Legislature becomes lecture hall
General | 7 October 2022
Victoria University students get insights on how parliament works in practice.
Witness welfare report released
Justice | 6 October 2022
Sixteen recommendations have been made by Parliament's Integrity and Oversight Committee.
Teachers welcomed to Parliament House
General | 4 October 2022
Teachers were invited to explore Parliament House on Friday, as part of the first Parliament of Victoria Teacher Open House.
A short history of long goodbyes
General | 3 October 2022
While members now expect valedictory speeches as a standard part of parliamentary practice, it’s actually a recent phenomenon.
Space technology in Australia
Economy | 27 September 2022
In June 2022, NASA launched the first of three rockets from the Arnhem Space Centre in the Northern Territory, marking the agency’s first launch from a commercial spaceport outside of the US.
Committee inquiries lead to change
Justice | 26 September 2022
Dvir Abramovich shed tears as Victoria became the first jurisdiction in Australia to ban public displays of the Nazi swastika, but it wasn't the only landmark reform recommended by the Legislative Assembly Legal and Social Issues Committee during the 59th parliament.