The Senate Order of Business is issued each sitting day before the Senate meets
as a guide to the matters proposed to be dealt with that day, and includes a list
of government documents to be tabled. It is referred to as the Senate "Red" because
of the distinctive red stripe along its top and side. The Red contains the most
up-to-date information available at the time it is printed. The program in the Senate,
however, is subject to change, so the details in the Red are updated throughout
the day online in the Dynamic Red.