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The Australian Prime Minister's website provides information about the Government's priorities. Includes information about the members of the Government, recent announcements and publications, and how to contact the Prime Minister.
The Australia's Prime Ministers website contains information about the life and times of Australia's Prime Ministers from 1901 to the present; and is a portal to Australian and overseas institutions with archives on these prime ministers.
The Australian War Memorial's National Collection holds printed and written records, photographs, film and sound recordings and military heraldry and technology related to Australia's Prime Ministers.
The Australian Prime Ministers Centre supports research into the history, origins and traditions of Australian democracy, with a particular focus on Australian prime ministers. The centre, part of the Museum of Australian Democracy, is located in Old Parliament House in Canberra and includes a library, an exhibition, facts out Australia's Prime Ministers and a research program.
William Morris Hughes (Billy Hughes) was Prime Minister between 1915 and 1923. He led Australia through most of the First World War. Explore activities and resources to learn about Billy Hughes, the conscription debate and Australia's involvement in the peace negotiations.
The importance of the role of Ministerial staff in providing advice and assistance to Ministers in the performance of their functions is well recognised and accepted. Their closeness to the most significant decisions of government is a privilege that carries with it an obligation to act at all times with integrity and awareness of the expectation of the Australian community that the highest standards of conduct will be observed.
There are more ways than one to stay in touch with your Prime Minister. You can ask the Prime Minister a question, give advice and pass on well-wishes here, subscribe to the news alert service, join the discussion, follow the Prime Minister's twitter feed and send an email.
The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet is the primary source of advice on government and parliamentary policy matters covering such issues as Cabinet processes, accountability and the management of the public service.
Australia has had 27 prime ministers since Federation in 1901. Learn about their lives and the times in which they lived. The National Museum of Australia also has a range of objects related to the prime ministers.
The Australian people are entitled to expect the highest standards of behaviour from their elected representatives in general and Ministers in particular. These Standards give a clear indication of the expectations of Ministers.