How do you find out what is going to be discussed at future Senate and House sittings?
Senate Notice Paper.
Parliamentary Education Office (peo.gov.au)
A draft copy of the Senate Notice Paper.
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This is a great question, thank you Sarah.
Each sitting – meeting – of the Senate and House of Representatives has a schedule so senators and members of the House of Representatives know what is going to be discussed. This schedule is called the Notice Paper.