Hansard is the official record of the parliamentary debates. It is not a verbatim record; it is a clear, independent and full report in the first person with grammatical errors and obvious mistakes corrected and redundancies omitted.
Hansard is published online each sitting day three hours after the house rises. This is the uncorrected version, and is replaced three days later with the corrected version. (View Transcripts)
To find what was said in Parliament (1996 - Current), you can search the Hansard database by following the link below.
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The historical Hansard records from 1870 - 1995 are also available online.
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You can also watch the proceedings of Parliament live (when the Parliament is sitting)
or review the broadcasts for the previous 14 sitting days.