Select from the following:
- Standing Orders - the main rules by which the House operates. Standing Orders are made under the authority of section 15 of the Constitution Act 1902 and, like delegated legislation, are required to be approved by the Governor.
- Sessional Orders - temporary rules which supplement Standing Orders, by varying existing orders or introducing new procedures. They are resolutions of the House and as such do not need the Governor's approval. Often sessional orders are used to trial new or varied procedures before they become standing orders.
- Effective House membership - a brief explanation of the practices and procedures in the Legislative Assembly, which covers: Glossary of Parliamentary terms, Rules of debate, A typical sitting day, Questions, The Legislative Process, Petitions, and Records of the Parliament.
- Petitions - the means by which an individual can directly place grievances before the Parliament.