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More than 80 senior secondary students from across Victoria have taken their seats in the Legislative Assembly for the 2014 Schools' State Constitutional Convention.
Opened by Parliamentary Secretary for Education Clem Newton-Brown and chaired by Speaker Christine Fyffe, the...Read more: Schools’ Constitutional Convention held at Parliament House
News videos on the work of the Victorian Parliament are available from the Parliament of Victoria YouTube Channel.Read more: Parliament of Victoria News videos
A section of the Victorian Parliamentary Library has been renamed in honour of Sir Isaac Isaacs (1855-1948), who served as a member of both the Victorian and Australian Parliaments and became the first Australian born Governor-General in January 1931.
President of...Read more: Parliament honours first Australian born Governor-General
Fines imposed on MPs by the Victorian Legislative Assembly will this year be helping the fight against bowel cancer.
Speaker Christine Fyffe has presented cheques worth $11,717.54 to Bowel Cancer Australia.
"Parliament is criticised when MPs' behaviour does not match community expectations,"...Read more: MP Fines Help Fight Bowel Cancer
News received in Victoria that its first Constitution Bill had been granted Royal Assent.