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Inquiry into the Approaches to Homework in Victorian Schools - Report and Response

Final Report The final report for the Inquiry into the Approaches to Homework in Victorian Schools... Read more

Inquiry into the Opportunities for People to Use Telecommuting and E-Business to Work Remotely in Rural and Regional Victoria - Report and Response

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Inquiry into Local Economic Development Initiatives in Victoria - Report and Response

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Latest News & Events

School Tours & Booked Tours

The Parliament of Victoria offers a range of activities for students at primary, secondary, tertiary and adult education levels. These activities include tours, role plays and metropolitan school visits.

Large groups or organisations of six or more people are also encouraged to book one of our tours. To check the availability of for each type of tour please click here.

Votes & Proceeding (minutes)

The Votes and Proceedings back to 1851 are now available online.

To see the most recent Votes and Proceedings, go to the Legislation and Parliamentary Documents website.

The Votes and Proceedings are the official record of all that is...

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Premiers Portraits Gallery

A gallery of the 17 Premiers portraits held by the Parliament of Victoria is now available, including historical information about the collection, Premiers and artists. Read more: Premiers Portraits Gallery

Hansard volumes now available

Parliament of Victoria is pleased to announce that a full set of the reports of parliamentary debates (Hansard) from 1856 to date is now available electronically. The reports are accessible on the Parliament of Victoria web site, with full text...

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On This Day

Wednesday, 22 August, 1894

Reverend Alexander Robert Edgar of Melbourne's Wesleyan Church was called to the bar of the Legislative Assembly chamber over his sermons criticising the behaviour of Victoria's Parliamentarians and their connection with the loss of the mace.