Senator Rice uses estimates to ask about the training requirements for Indian seafarers compared to Australian seafarers.
With residents concerned at the building of a third runway at Melbourne Airport, Senator Rice asks about the how plans are being rolled out.
In the wake of the eviction of Australian crews from the MV Portland and the CSL Melbourne, Senate Rice investigates the government's role in what played out.
Infrastructure Australia names 11 of the 14 projects that have been submitted to them for assessment. Of the remaining three, IA confirm that Melbourne Metro Rail is not one of them, meaning Victoria has only 1 project of the 14
Senator Rice questions the Department on where the federal funding is for Victorian infrastructure projects.
In Senate estimates, Senator Rice questions the Australian Electoral Commission on the process of declaring a voter of "unsound mind".
Senator Rice uses Senate estimates to work out what's been going on since the burning of native forest wood for energy was included in the Renewable Energy Target.
In Senate estimates, Senator Rice finds that of 42 complainants to the new "wind farm commissioner", some of them were couples and they related to 12 wind farms, 7 of which hadn't been built yet.
In Senate estimates, Janet Rice questions the Bureau of Meteorology about the impacts of the cuts to 100 climate science jobs at the CSIRO.
Are there editorial controls in place at the ABC? Is there a requirement for 'balance' in NBN reportage that impedes accuracy?
The Australia Council supports small to medium arts organisations in a range of ways, including through multi-year operational program funding.
Senator Janet Rice speaks to the Auditor-General's report on East West Link funding.
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