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Today In Parliament
Today is a sitting day
Today in the Legislative Assembly
Bills for completion this week
City of Greater Geelong Amendment Bill 2017
Corrections Legislation Miscellaneous Amendment Bill 2017
Sex Offenders Registration Amendment (Miscellaneous) Bill 2017
State Taxation Acts Amendment Bill 2017
For detailed and up to date information visit Assembly Live.
Today in the Legislative Council
The Council starts sitting at 9.30am today and Government Business takes precedence.
Business likely to be debated is:
1 Family Violence Protection Amendment (Information Sharing) Bill 2017
2 Mineral Resources (Sustainable Development) Amendment (Latrobe Valley Mine Rehabilitation Commissioner) Bill 2017
3 Appropriation (2017-2018) Bill 2017
4 Budget Papers, 2017-18
5 Fair Work (Commonwealth Powers) Amendment Bill 2017
Please note the order of business listed above is a guide only and is subject to change.
Inquiry into the Commercial Passenger Vehicle Industry Bill 2017 - Public hearingsThe Legislative Council has asked the Economy and Infrastructure Committee to examine the Commercial Passenger Vehicle Industry Bill 2017. The Committee will hold public hearings on the Bill at Parliament House on Tuesday 23 May from 9:00 am to 5:00... Read more
Inquiry into Community Energy Projects - Regional hearingsThe Economic, Education, Jobs and Skills Committee will gain a greater insight into regional community energy at public hearings in Daylesford and Shepparton on 30 and 31 May 2017. Victoria’s central and northern regions are home to innovative community energy... Read more
Inquiry into Rate Capping Policy - Public hearingThe Environment and Planning Committee will hear from Victoria’s independent regulator of essential services this Wednesday 24 May at the next public hearing for the rate capping inquiry. The public hearing with the Essential Services Commission will be held at... Read more
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Latest News & Events
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New paper assesses Parliament’s independence
The Parliamentary Library has published a new paper on how Parliament is faring in maintaining its independence from Executive Government.Read more
Parliamentary Library Fellowships announced
Dr Marilyn McMahon from Deakin University and Dr Brian Coffey from RMIT University have been appointed Parliamentary Library Fellows for 2017.Read more
2017-18 budget presented to parliament
Treasurer Tim Pallas has presented Victoria’s 2017–18 state budget to parliament. It is the third budget for the Andrews Government.Read more
Digital records expanded
The Victorian Parliament’s collection of digital resources has been expanded with the Legislative Council’s complete minutes of proceedings now available online.Read more
Legislative Council opens up to e‑petitions
The Legislative Council has introduced e‑petitions, providing a 21st century update for a longstanding parliamentary tradition.Read more
Community day at Parliament House
“What a great day,” said Filomena Lamonato, after attending Parliament House Open Day on Sunday 19 March.Read more
University exhibition looks to the future
La Trobe University is celebrating its 50th year with an exhibition at Parliament House.Read more
On This Day
The Full Bench of the Employee Relations Commission in Victoria proposed a multi-tiered wage system for Victorian workers under the state system.