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Michael Keating is the bureau chief for Keating Media. He has been passionate about Australian politics ever since leaving high school. He now reports on a daily basis from Parliament House. Michael considers the democratic institutions including a free press as essential to guarantee our freedoms and the Australian way of life.

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Insider news from Parliament

With the 45th Parliament now determined we will be inside the House of Representatives as well as the Senate, to capture the events in photographs. We also take selected feeds from in the chamber or from press conferences and make them available to our network.

 

Photos from the Acting Prime Minister of Australia and Leader of the Nationals Michael McCormack at the National Press Club of Australia

By Rob Keating | April 20, 2018

Photos from the Acting Prime Minister of Australia and Leader of the Nationals Michael McCormack at the National Press Club of Australia

Photo of Minister Josh Frydenberg during a press conference at Parliament House

Minister Josh Frydenberg at the National Press Club of Australia

By Rob Keating | April 11, 2018

Minister Josh Frydenberg at the National Press Club of Australia

Photo of Katharine Murphy, Sarah Ferguson, Kathy Lette and Virginia Haussegger after the Canberra Writers Festival Women in the Media event

Women in the Media – Canberra Writers Festival at the National Press Club – Photos

By Rob Keating | August 27, 2017

The Australian House of Representatives is one of the two houses that makes up the Australian Parliament, the other house is the Senate. It comprises of 150 members that were last elected on July 2, 2016. The term for a member is up to three years depending on when the Prime Minister of the day, […]

Photos of Tara Moss at the National Press Club of Australia as She Talks about Cyberbullying

By Rob Keating | August 12, 2017

The Australian House of Representatives is one of the two houses that makes up the Australian Parliament, the other house is the Senate. It comprises of 150 members that were last elected on July 2, 2016. The term for a member is up to three years depending on when the Prime Minister of the day, […]

New members in the 45th Parliament attending a seminar in the House of Representatives

Members

By Michael Keating | May 12, 2018

Two SABC Board Members Resign after being grilled by the Portfolio Committee on Communications.

Doorstop Interview Photos – Michaelia Cash – Australian Jobs 2018 report

By Rob Keating | May 2, 2018

Photos from the doorstop interview held at Canberra’s Merici College where Senator Cash, Minister for Employment and Innovation launched the Australian Jobs 2018 report

John Alexander Exits Parliament – Next Is?

By Rob Keating | November 12, 2017

The Australian House of Representatives is one of the two houses that makes up the Australian Parliament, the other house is the Senate. It comprises of 150 members that were last elected on July 2, 2016. The term for a member is up to three years depending on when the Prime Minister of the day, […]

Australian Question Time – Prime Minister Turnbull Reminds Bill Shorten of his role in setting up Fair Go Commission

By Michael Keating | February 28, 2017

The Australian House of Representatives is one of the two houses that makes up the Australian Parliament, the other house is the Senate. It comprises of 150 members that were last elected on July 2, 2016. The term for a member is up to three years depending on when the Prime Minister of the day, […]

Josh Frydenberg Hosts Executive Director of the International Agency Dr Fatih Birol

By Michael Keating | February 24, 2017

The Australian House of Representatives is one of the two houses that makes up the Australian Parliament, the other house is the Senate. It comprises of 150 members that were last elected on July 2, 2016. The term for a member is up to three years depending on when the Prime Minister of the day, […]

Ken Wyatt

By Michael Keating | February 7, 2017

Ken Wyatt MP delivers his Maiden Speech to the House of Representatives as the Federal Member for Hasluck and the first Member of Parliament with an Indigenous

Trent Zimmerman

By Michael Keating | February 7, 2017

ABC 730-Monday 26th October 2015 A report on the preselection for the safe Liberal seat of North Sydney.

Photo of Peter Dutton the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection

Peter Dutton Photos and Videos

By Michael Keating | November 9, 2016

17/05/2016 Paul Murray says refugees come from every hell hole of the world.

Susan Lamb MP Member for Longman

By Michael Keating | October 10, 2016

Excerpted from the May 30, 2012 Music At Noon Concert at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Sacramento, California, cellist Susan Lamb Cook and Pianist Natsuki

A photo of Trevor Evans MP the member for Brisbane and Liberal Party member

First Speech – Liberal Party – Trevor Evans the Member for Brisbane

By Michael Keating | October 7, 2016

BREAKING NEWS: SABC Board Members Spill The Beans And Resign Two SABC Board Members Resign after being grilled by the Portfolio Committee on Communications.

Photo - Canberra, Australia - 9 May 2018: Leader of the Opposition Bill Shorten faces the media after the announcement that three Labor Party MPs were going to resign following the High Court decision about Katy Gallagher being ineligible to sit as a Senator. (Photo by Rob Keating)

This Week’s Political News from Inside Canberra Volume 71 Edition 25

By Rob Keating | May 12, 2018

Below is a summary version of the Inside Canberra newsletter published on 11 May 2018.

Photo of the Prime Minister of Australia during a Press Conference at Parliament House

This Week’s Political News from Inside Canberra Volume 71 Edition 23

By Rob Keating | May 4, 2018

The Australian House of Representatives is one of the two houses that makes up the Australian Parliament, the other house is the Senate. It comprises of 150 members that were last elected on July 2, 2016. The term for a member is up to three years depending on when the Prime Minister of the day, […]

Inside Canberra Volume 71 Number 21 – Australian Political News

By Rob Keating | May 3, 2018

The Australian House of Representatives is one of the two houses that makes up the Australian Parliament, the other house is the Senate. It comprises of 150 members that were last elected on July 2, 2016. The term for a member is up to three years depending on when the Prime Minister of the day, […]

Photo - Canberra, Australia - 26 March, 2018: Kelly O’Dwyer, Minister for Revenue and Financial Services talking during a doorstop interview about access to superannuation for victims of serious crime. (Photo by Rob Keating/Keating Media)

Weekly Political News from Inside Canberra Volume 71 Number 19

By Rob Keating | April 22, 2018

Weekly Political News from Inside Canberra Volume 71 Number 19

Photo - The Prime Minister has been put on notice (Photo by Rob Keating/Keating Media)

Political News – Inside Canberra Newsletter – Volume 71 – Number 17

By Rob Keating | April 15, 2018

Australian Political news from the Inside Canberra team based in Parliament House, Canberra

Australian Political News – Inside Canberra Volume 70 Number 78

By Rob Keating | November 17, 2017

The Australian House of Representatives is one of the two houses that makes up the Australian Parliament, the other house is the Senate. It comprises of 150 members that were last elected on July 2, 2016. The term for a member is up to three years depending on when the Prime Minister of the day, […]

Australian Political News – Inside Canberra newsletter Volume 70 Number 40

By Michael Keating | July 1, 2017

Below you can view the summary version of the Inside Canberra newsletter published on June 30, 2017. To subscribe to the full newsletter visit http://insidecanberra.com/subscriptions/

Australian Political News – Inside Canberra newsletter Volume 70 Number 35

By Michael Keating | June 9, 2017

The Australian House of Representatives is one of the two houses that makes up the Australian Parliament, the other house is the Senate. It comprises of 150 members that were last elected on July 2, 2016. The term for a member is up to three years depending on when the Prime Minister of the day, […]

Inside Canberra Political Newsletter Volume 70 Number 34 – Summary Edition

By Michael Keating | June 2, 2017

The Australian House of Representatives is one of the two houses that makes up the Australian Parliament, the other house is the Senate. It comprises of 150 members that were last elected on July 2, 2016. The term for a member is up to three years depending on when the Prime Minister of the day, […]

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Inside Canberra – Political Newsletter Volume 70 Number 33

By Michael Keating | May 30, 2017

The Australian House of Representatives is one of the two houses that makes up the Australian Parliament, the other house is the Senate. It comprises of 150 members that were last elected on July 2, 2016. The term for a member is up to three years depending on when the Prime Minister of the day, […]