43 Publication of Journals and records
- All proceedings of the Senate shall be recorded by the Clerk in the Journals of the Senate, shall be signed by the Clerk and, except in so far as they relate to a meeting of the Senate in private session, be published.
- Business before the Senate shall be placed on the Notice Paper in accordance with the standing orders, and the Notice Paper shall be published.
- Publication of the record of debate in the Senate, known as Parliamentary Debates and Hansard, is authorised by this standing order.
(amended 13 February 1997)
44 Custody of records
The custody of the Journals, records and all documents laid before the Senate shall be in the Clerk, and they shall not be taken from the chamber or Senate offices without the permission of the Senate.