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Rob Lundie

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Parliamentary Library (Australia)

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Research report

10 May 2017

This research paper is designed to answer some of those frequently asked questions about who was the first, youngest, oldest, most often (and so forth) in Australian federal politics. The focus is on records for the Commonwealth Parliament, although a few significant records relate to members of...

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Research report

22 Dec 2016

Introduction

From 1901 to the end of the 44th Parliament in May 2016, 329 different members and two senators have been disorderly enough during proceedings of the House of Representatives as to result in disciplinary action by the Speaker.

This study outlines the...

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01 Sep 2016

Introduction

This research paper provides a brief overview of the rules for determining the next Commonwealth, state, territory and local government elections. The paper lists the date of the next election where this is fixed or, where applicable, the earliest and latest...

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Discussion paper

04 May 2015

This paper provides an overview of Australia as a newly emerging ‘nation-state’ and the evolution of the federal Parliament by tracing the seven elections held from 1901 to 1918.

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• The Commonwealth Parliament of Australia was just 13 years old...

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Research report

19 Sep 2014

This paper chronicles the 125 Commonwealth Members of Parliament identified as having served during the Colonial wars and/or the First World War.

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This research paper is a companion to a previous Parliamentary Library publication, Commonwealth...

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03 Apr 2014

This Research Paper provides a brief overview of the rules for determining the next Commonwealth, state, territory and local government elections.

The paper lists the date of the next election where this is fixed, or where applicable, the earliest and latest possible dates on which it may...

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Research report

05 Mar 2014

Introduction: This research paper is designed to answer some of those frequently asked questions about who was the first, youngest, oldest, most often, etc. in Australian federal politics. The focus is on records for the Commonwealth Parliament although a few significant records...

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11 Dec 2013

Executive summary: Of the 1,093 members who have served in the House of Representatives from 1901 to the end of the 43rd Parliament in August 2013, 300 (27.4%) have been named and/or suspended or ‘sin binned’ for disorderly behaviour in the Chamber. This study outlines the bases...

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Research report

30 May 2012

This background note provides a brief overview of the rules for determining the next Commonwealth, state, territory and local government elections.

The paper lists the date of the next election where this is fixed, or where applicable, the earliest and latest possible dates...

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30 May 2012

This background note provides a brief overview of the rules for determining the next Commonwealth, state, territory and local government elections.

The paper lists the date of the next election where this is fixed, or where applicable, the earliest and latest possible dates...

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