The Canberra Newsletter, is provided to all news subscribers as part of their subscription.
A NSW Newsletter, is available on subscription, as well as a newsletter covering the Victorian Parliament, the Parliamentary Monitor (Victoria), (also available on subscription)
All previous copies of these newsletters are indexed and
filed for later search and retrieval on our website.
At the end of each Parliamentary sitting week, a weekly Canberra Newsletter is published, and a copy is sent to every subscriber free, as part of their subscription. The weekly Canberra Newsletters are then consolidated into a monthly Canberra Newsletter.
The Canberra Newsletter provides a snapshot of every policy
development, portfolio-by-portfolio, a listing of each Proclamation and Taxation
Ruling made, details of forthcoming legislation, and an Editorial Comment,
which puts some of the policy and politics into perspective.
The Canberra Newsletter aims to give you
a quick reference to everything that has happened in Canberra during the period
under review. Each report is linked to the source document on our website,
allowing you fast access to anything you might need.
It is published in HTML format, allowing quick reading
and easy navigation for readers.
The NSW Newsletter is published each Monday. It
is available as an optional extra for subscribers who also need to watch the
NSW Government and Parliament.
The NSW Newsletter lists major press statements made during
the previous week, all reports presented, each new regulation made, and then
lists all Assents, Proclamations, Orders, Rules, etc and new Bills presented
to the Parliament. The NSW Newsletter also contains our NSW Bills Monitor.
Again, each listing is linked to the source document.
It also is published in HTML.
The NSW Newsletter is $44 per month
Our Melbourne office is located in the Victorian Parliament's Press Gallery and, in addition to providing real-time monitoring, publishes the Parliamentary Monitor (Victoria) each Friday. A copy is sent to all our subscribers who elect to subscribe to this service.
This newsletter covers everything that has happened the
Victorian Parliament and Government during that week. It reports on
each new Bill presented, all debates, questions, statements and papers tabled
in each House, all new regulations, reports, and inquiries. It also
lists each of the press statements made by the Government, Opposition and
The Victorian Parliamentary Monitor is $66 per month
The Parliamentary Directory, is published in a loose-leaf folder
for your office bookshelf with updates posted every two months Subscribers who take
up this option also get access to continually updated information in a special area on our website.
That part of the website also contains our CVs of all Federal Parliamentarians.
The Parliamentary Directory lists
details of all Members, Senators, party composition, the Ministry, Shadow
Ministry and the Democrats' portfolio responsibilities and staff. It
also provides all details on every Committee - Cabinet, Caucus, Opposition
and Parliamentary, as well as the latest listing of all members of the Federal
Parliamentary Press Gallery. Also included are the latest lists from
each of the State Parliaments, the ACT and the Northern Territory. Thus you
have all the information you need, in all Parliaments in Australia, in one
The 2005 subscription for the Parliamentary Directory is $200.
Just call or e-mail
us if you would like to receive The Parliamentary Directory.
We can quickly print, copy and circulate
your press releases in the Press Gallery in the Federal Parliament in Canberra.
In that way, in addition to the major media, the Prime Minister, Opposition,
Democrats and the Parliamentary Library also receive the material directly.
We can photocopy your press statement from a fax or e-mail
(email@example.com) on to plain paper or,
if you want to make a better impression, you can provide us, in advance, with
some of your letterhead. (We keep it safely).
Alternatively, if time permits, you could forward 125
copies of your press statement with instructions about the timing of distribution.
Don't forget, if you want the media to use the statement, they will want the
copy immediately after it has been released - two days late is days too late!.
Subscribers also e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org their own press releases, studies, etc, for use by our News Managers. If considered to be of policy significance in the current environment, they may be distributed to other subscribers, as part of our news services. There is no charge for this but we reserve the right to decide whether the press statement warrants e-mailing as a policy matter.
Our staff attends all major press conferences and
lockups. In general, we will make prior arrangements with you to supply
relevant information quickly. If you know of a press conference that
you want us to attend or monitor, please let us know.
If you need information beyond what is on our website,
call us. In many cases we can provide the answers immediately, which
is part of the service. If the research looks like requiring significant resources,
we will let you know and provide an estimate.
We has access to a vast range of material
reaching back to 1900, so that we can provide information about new and historical
political decisions and personalities, debates, gazettes, statutory rules,
and more. The resources available are quite extensive.
Please contact us for further information.
Archives and Document
We keeps a paper copy of all Canberra press
releases, Hansards, transcripts, Gazettes, Bills, 2R Speeches, EMs, Reports,
etc. These files go back to 1 January 1990.
We keep about 12 months material to hand - the rest is
stored in our secure archives off-site in Canberra. We are able to
retrieve these files quickly and supply you with a copy whenever needed,
for example for court cases.
Please contact us for further information.