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Keating Media also regularly attends the National Press Club events that feature politicians from Australia and abroad as well as leading business figures and prominent people. We provide photography coverage of most NPC events. We also cover sporting events in Canberra and beyond.  Keating Media is looking to diversify our coverage in 2018.

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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, […]

Photo - Canberra, Australia - 1 April: No. 8 seed Jaimee Fourlis hits a forehand on match point in the final against Ellen Perez Australia's no. 7 seed at the ACT Clay Court International #2. (Photo by Rob Keating/Keating Media) #ACTClayIntl #protour

Fourlis Gets the Better or Her Training Partner and Defeats Perez for the ACT Clay Court International #2 Title

By Rob Keating | April 2, 2018

Fourlis Gets the Better or Her Training Partner and Defeats Perez for the ACT Clay Court International #2 Title

Photo - Canberra, Australia - 1 April: Ellen Perez Australia's no. 7 seed serving in the final against No. 8 seed Jaimee Fourlis at the ACT Clay Court International #2. (Photo by Rob Keating/Keating Media) #ACTClayIntl #protour: Ellen Perez Australia's no. 7 serving for the match at 6-5 against Japan's no. 2 seed Eri Hozumi in a semifinal match at the ACT Clay Court International #2. (Photo by Rob Keating/Keating Media) #ACTClayIntl #protour

Ellen Perez Looking for First 25k Level Title With the ACT Clay Court International #2 in Canberra

By Rob Keating | March 31, 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, […]

Fourlis moves into the ACT Clay Court International #2 Final

By Rob Keating | March 31, 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 - 30 March: Australia's Kaylah Mcphee and Romania's Irina Fetecau with their Women's Doubles Winners trophy for winning the ACT Clay Court International in Canberra. (Photo by Rob Keating/Keating Media) #ACTClayIntl #protour

Last Minute Romanian-Australian Pairing Storm to Doubles Title at the ACT Clay Court International #2

By Rob Keating | March 31, 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 - 30 March: No. 1 seed from Great Britain, Gabriella Taylor hugs her coach after she was forced to retite at 5-5 in the opening set against Australia's no. 6 seed Zoe Hives in a quarterfinal match at the ACT Clay Court International in Canberra. (Photo by Rob Keating/Keating Media) #ACTClayIntl #protour

No. 1 Seed Limps Out of ACT Clay Court International Tennis Quarterfinals

By Rob Keating | March 30, 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, […]

Top seed advances at the ACT Clay Court International Tennis event in Canberra

By Rob Keating | March 29, 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, […]

Canberra’s Alison Bai advances at the ACT Clay Court International #2 tennis tournament

By Rob Keating | March 28, 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, […]

Dalila Jakupovic claims ACT Clay Court International #1 Title

By Rob Keating | March 25, 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 of Australia's Destanee Aiava hitting a forehand in a match at the ACT Claycourt International tennis event. Photo by Rob Keating

Will it be third time lucky for Destanee Aiva against Dalila Jakupovic in the ACT Claycourt International Final?

By Rob Keating | March 24, 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, […]

Destanee Aiava edges closer to first Canberra title

By Rob Keating | March 23, 2018

Destanee Aiava edges closer to first Canberra title

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, […]

Inside Canberra Political Newsletter Volume 70 Number 32 – Summary Edition

By Michael Keating | May 29, 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 28

By Michael Keating | May 13, 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 newsletter Volume 70, Number 9 published 24 February 2017

By Michael Keating | February 26, 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, […]