John Doyle explores the hidden history of our houses. Why have we built the way we have? How has the Australian landscape shaped the Aussie home? And how has the Australian house shaped the lives and culture of Australians?
Runtime: 30 minutes
Building Australia - List of political parties in Australia - Netflix
This article lists political parties in Australia. The Australian federal parliament has a number of distinctive features including compulsory voting, with full-preference instant-runoff voting in single-member seats to elect the lower house, the Australian House of Representatives, and the use of optional preferential voting to elect the upper house, the Australian Senate. Australia has a mild two-party system, with two dominant political groupings in the Australian political system, the Australian Labor Party and the Liberal/National Coalition. Federally, four of the 150 members of the lower house (Members of Parliament, or MPs) are not members of major parties, as are 19 of the 76 members of the upper house (senators).
Building Australia - Parties registered for state elections with state electoral bodies - Netflix
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