Education and Training Reform Amendment (Registration of Early Childhood Teachers and Victorian Institute of Teaching) Bill 2014
Environment Protection and Sustainability Victoria Amendment Bill 2014
Game Management Authority Bill 2013
Health Services Amendment Bill 2014
Mental Health Bill 2014
Motion relating to Cardinia Planning Scheme Amendments C72 and C183
Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal Amendment Bill 2014
For detailed and up to date information visit the Assembly home page.
Documents have been tabled
The Council starts sitting at 2.00 p.m. and Government Business takes precedence today. Business likely to be debated is as follows:
(1) Corrections Legislation Amendment Bill 2013;
(2) Corrections Amendment (Parole) Bill 2014;
(3) Gambling and Liquor Legislation Amendment (Reduction of Red Tape) Bill 2014; and
(4) Travel Agents Repeal Bill 2013.
For full details, see the Notice Paper.
The order of business listed above is a guide only and may be subject to change and other business may be debated.
There are no tours today as today is a sitting day.
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Open Day will be held on Sunday 23 March 2014, 10.30 am - 3.30 pm.
Parliament House Open Day is an opportunity for all Victorians and visitors to the State to see inside the historic Parliament House, one of Melbourne's best-known...Read more: Open Days
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...Read more: Hansard volumes now available
Searchable pdfs of all Victorian parliamentary papers are now available online. This is the first time that the 10,000+ documents are together online.
Documents back to 1851 are included.
The database will be useful for historical research, for following recent developments...Read more: New Parliamentary Papers Database
Victoria's first Premier, William Haines, retired from office, having served 468 days