Who is the Serjeant-at-Arms? How many female Serjeants-at-Arms have there been?
The Serjeant-at-Arms carrying the Mace.
A woman wearing a black suit with a white tie and white gloves is walking into a green room. She carries a large gold mace with the crown over his right shoulder. A man in a suit—the Speaker of the House of Representatives—is walking in behind her.
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The Serjeant-at-Arms is one of the few people, other than members of the House of Representatives, who work in the House of Representatives. There have been 5 female Serjeants-at-Arms in the Australian Parliament.