Hansard is the official record of parliamentary debates. It is a 'substantially verbatim' report of all proceedings in the Legislative Council and the Legislative Assembly.
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Hansard is an essentially verbatim record of what was said in the two houses of Parliament and incorporates questions on notice answered on a sitting day.
The Questions and Speeches (Member) Index and Subject Index to the Parliamentary Debates (Hansard) are prepared quarterly.
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You can search and read Hansard from the most recent sitting day back to 1870.