To be fair, you have to have a very high IQ to understand the Senate ballot paper. The structure is extremely subtle, and without a solid grasp of the Single Transferable Vote most of the details will go over a typical voter’s head. There’s also… »
Sadly, unlike in America, where Robert's Rules is all but synonymous with meeting procedure, the situation in the UK, and hence in Australia, is far more complex. As such, I've compiled a list of relevant reference works on meeting procedure here, based on Appendix 6… »
So let's suppose you've just graduated Year 12, got an interview offer for undergraduate medicine at Monash, and finally, it's VTAC results day.
Disclaimer: This information was correct for 2017, however, details frequently change, and so the information in this document may be outdated, and… »
So let's suppose your fresh out of Year 12, or maybe a gap year, armed with a (fingers-crossed 🤞) competitive ATAR and UMAT score, and you're here in Melbourne for a shot at undergraduate medicine at Monash University.
The hit single from Green Day, ‘Wake… »
A curious procedure used in Wesminister parliaments is the so-called ‘six months’ (or ‘three months’) amendment, which provides a method for opposing a reading of a bill by moving an amendment to the motion (e.g. ‘That the bill be now read a second time’) to… »