Hansard is the official record of proceedings in Parliament. It is a verbatim transcript of parliamentary sittings and Committee hearings.
Hansard is named after Thomas Curson Hansard, the son of the English government printer, Luke Hansard. The first reliable reports of parliamentary debates at Westminster were produced by Luke Hansard in 1803.
- Podcasts and downloadable MP3 files of Question Time – ABC NewsRadio
- Federal Parliament Hansard
- Senate Hansard – the full transcripts of each day’s sittings, including an archive back to 1996
- Search Senate Hansard back to 1981 – HTML Format
- House of Representatives Hansard – the full transcripts of each day’s sittings, including an archive back to 1996
- Search House Hansard back to 1981 – HTML Format
- Senate Committees Hansard
- House Committees Hansard
- Joint Committees Hansard
- Constitutional Convention Hansard – February 1998