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Australasian Parliamentary Review

Spring 2010. Vol 25, No. 2

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From the editor, Elaine Thompson

Address

The Greens as a New Party in the Victorian Parliament. Sue Pennicuik

Research Paper

# Parliamentary Committees are Important in Developing Policy: Evidence from a Queensland Case Study. Lyndel Bates

Articles

The Australian Parliament and Climate Change: Are the Institutions Inadequate? Aynsley Kellow

Parliamentary Privilege and Public Interest Disclosures. Mark Rodrigues

Appointing the Premier in a Hung Parliament — the Tasmanian Governor's Choice. Anne Twomey

The Enigmatic Parliament — Why the Northern Territory could Never Achieve Statehood. Robyn Smith

# Unicameralism: The Strange Eventful Death of the Legislative Council of New Zealand. H. Kumarasingham

The Development of Legislative Institutions in NSW 1823 — 1843. David Clune

ANZACATT

# A Petitions Committee for Queensland — An Idea whose Time has Come. Karen Sampford

# The Role of the Clerk in Releasing the Record of Parliamentary Proceedings: Identifying and Controlling the Risks. Val Barrett

# Parliament's Watchdogs — New Zealand 's Officers of Parliament. Lesley Ferguson

CommonwealthState Financial Relations and the Rudd Labor Government. Paige Darby

# Is Parliamentary Privilege Incompatible with a Modern View of the Public Interest? Isla Macphail

# Technical Scrutiny of Bills in New Zealand. Tim Workman

Parliamentary Chronicle

Western Australia Parliamentary Chronicle: July 2008 to July 2010. Liz Kerr and Harry C.J. Phillips

Contributor Guidelines

# This paper has been double blind reviewed to academic standards.

Acknowledgments

The Australasian Study of Parliament Group wishes to express its gratitude to the following businesses and departments for their generous support for the activities of the Group, especially publication of Australasian Parliamentary Review.

ASPG also appreciates a substantial grant from the revenues arising from publication and sale of J. R. Odgers, Australian Senate Practice, 6th edition, 1991.


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