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With the 46th 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.

 

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 of Australia's Health Minister Greg Hunt at Parliament House

Political News – Inside Canberra – Volume 73 – number 14

By Rob Keating | May 22, 2020

Political News – Inside Canberra – Volume 73 – number 14 Published 22 May 2020 Below is a summary version of edition no. 14 for 2020. To access the full version you need to subscribe. The Week in Politics With Parliament now in recess until June 10 the focus has been elsewhere. The bigs news came at […]

Screenshot image showing the cover of Inside Canberra Volume 73 Number 13

Political News – Inside Canberra – Volume 73 – Number 13

By Rob Keating | May 19, 2020

Volume 73 – number 13 – political news Edit Published 15 May 2020  The Week in Politics  This week we saw the return of Parliament for a three-day sitting from Tuesday to Thursday.  Both chambers were held with reduced numbers however the Members and Senators would rotate through unlike the previous COVID-19 sessions that saw less […]

Political News – Inside Canberra – Volume 73 – number 12

By Rob Keating | May 9, 2020

Volume 73 – number 12 – political news Edit By fdsfkjf100 | May 9, 2020 | 0  Published 8 May 2020. Below is a summary of edition no. 12 for 2020. To access the full version you need to subscribe. Click the link to the left to view your subscription options.  The Week in Politics This afternoon the Prime Minister announced a […]

Political News – Inside Canberra – Volume 73 – Number 11

By Rob Keating | May 2, 2020

Below is a summary of edition of Inside Canberra no. 11 for 2020. To access the full version you need to subscribe. Click the link to the left to view your subscription options over at the Inside Canberra site. The Week in Politics  A few weeks ago Prime Minister Scott Morrison outlined a path forward for […]

Political News – Inside Canberra – Volume 73 – Number 10

By Rob Keating | April 24, 2020

Published 24 April 2020. Below is a summary of edition no. 10 for 2020. To access the full version you need to subscribe. Click the link to the left to view your subscription options.  The Week in Politics With Parliament in recess the Prime Minister and Treasurer have been taking centre stage out of Parliament House […]

Image showing the cover from Inside Canberra Volume 73, number 9

Political News – Inside Canberra – Volume 73 – Number 9

By Rob Keating | April 17, 2020

Published 17 April 2020. Below is a summary of edition no. 9 for 2020. To access the full version you need to subscribe. Click the link to the left to view your subscription options. The Week in Politics Yesterday the Prime Minister and Chief Medical Officer outlined some key measures that could see Australians take a […]

Image showing the cover page for Inside Canberra Volume 73 no. 8

Political News – Inside Canberra – Volume 73 – Number 8

By Rob Keating | April 12, 2020

Published 10 April 2020. Below is a summary of edition no. 8 for 2020. To access the full version you need to subscribe. Click the link to the left to view your subscription options.  The Week in Politics  The headline news for the week from Parliament was the passing of the $130 billion JobKeeper package late […]

Political News – Inside Canberra – Volume 73 – Number 7

By Rob Keating | April 12, 2020

Published 3 April – Below is a summary version. Subscribe to access the full newsletter and other subscriber content. The Week in Politics –  After time to analyse the data and determine the most effective method to stop the spread of coronavirus and flatten the curve, the Prime Minister announced on Friday March 27 the implementation of state […]

Image of the cover from Inside Canberra Volume 73 No. 6

Political News – Inside Canberra – Volume 73 – Number 6

By Rob Keating | April 12, 2020

Published 27 March – Below is a summary version. Subscribe to access the full newsletter and other subscriber content.The Week in Politics – Governments around the world are fighting an enemy that they cannot see.Back on March 16 France’s President Macron announced measures to “severely restrict movements for the next 15 days at least”. “We are at war,” […]

Photo of the Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison as he delivers a speech at the NFF National Congress

Australian Federal Politics Newsletter – Inside Canberra Volume 71 Issue 68

By Rob Keating | October 19, 2018

This page has australian politics photos featuring Susan Lamb MP. On 10 October 2016 Susan Lamb MP gave her first speech to the 45th Parliament of Australia. Ms Longman was elected on July 2 during the federal election when she defeated the sitting member Wyatt Roy. Born in Mackay, Queensland. Lamb was a teacher aide, […]

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