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Senate Estimates hearings begin from 0900 AEDT. [Full Text]

The House will sit from 1200 AEDT AEDT. [Full Text]

Hansard is online of yesterday's House proceedings. [Full Text]

Information on the progress of legislation through Parliament is online. [Full Text]

Former Minister Peter Garrett will discuss 'Trashing our crown jewel: The fate of the Great Barrier Reef in the coal age' at the National Press Club, probably televised on ABC24 and Sky. [Full Text]

Parliament and committee hearings are webcast live and videos of previous hearings are available on demand. [Full Text]

A House committee will hold a hearing from 1700 AEDT for its inquiry into the family law system. [Full Text]

The bus industry will give evidence from 1700 AEDT to a House committee inquiry into the Government's role in the development of cities. [Full Text]

The Coal-Fired Power Funding Prohibition Bill 2017 [No. 2] was introduced to the House by Greens MP Bandt. [Full Text]

The National Integrity Commission Bill 2017 was introduced to the House by Greens MP Bandt. [Full Text]

A Senate committee issued reports from its inquiry into the Treasury Laws Amendment (Improving Accountability and Member Outcomes in Superannuation Measures No. 1) Bill 2017 and a related Bill. [Full Text]

That committee issued a report and comments from its inquiry into the Treasury Laws Amendment (Improving Accountability and Member Outcomes in Superannuation Measures No. 2) Bill 2017 [Provisions] [Full Text]

A Joint committee issued the report from its review of the re-listing of Boko Haram and Islamic State as terrorist organisations. [Full Text]

That committee issued the report from its review of the declaration of Jabhat al-Nusra as a terrorist organisation. [Full Text]

The Public Works committee issued reports from its review of ANAO audits of the OneSKY tender and two immigration detention tenders. [Full Text]

The Public Works committee issued reports on War Memorial and IP Australia projects and three Defence projects. [Full Text]

Hansard is online of 13/10 evidence from the AMWU, ASC, Defence and others to a Senate committee inquiry into naval shipbuilding. [Full Text]

Hansard is online of 20/10 evidence from NAB and CBA to a House committee review of the major banks. [Full Text]

Hansard is online of a 20/10 hearing for a Senate committee inquiry into lending to primary producers. [Full Text]

Hansard is online of 16/10 evidence from DEE, DFAT and DIRD to a Treaties committee inquiry into the International Solar Alliance and airservices agreements with Israel, Hungary and Mauritius. [Full Text]

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