Getting started

AtoJs Online provides access to digitised copies of the Appendices to the Journals of the House of Representatives.

There are two main ways to find information in AtoJs Online: searching and browsing. Searching lets you enter a query term and retrieves reports that contain that term. Browsing lets you look at all the reports, starting with a session, a volume or a section. All the reports on the site can be searched and browsed.

Sessions, volumes and sections

Reports from each parliamentary session were published in one or more volumes.

These reports were arranged by theme or section, for example, "Finance" or "Legislative and political".

Each section contains a series of reports arranged by "shoulder number", a letter of the alphabet followed by a number, for example, A-3.

Browse all

Use this page to find reports by session.

Go to the Browse all page

Browse by volume

Use this page to find reports by volume.

Go to the Browse by volume page

Browse by section

Use this page to find reports by section name, for example "Finance" or "Legislative and political".

Go to the Browse by section page

Search

The Search page lets you enter a query term and retrieves reports that contain that term. Find out more about using Search on the Search help page.

Go to the Search page

Go to the Search help page

Printing

AtoJs Online provides copies of the reports and pages in Adobe PDF (Portable Document Format) format that are easy to print. The pages are displayed in reduced resolution so they are easier to download. You can also select a high resolution PNG version of each page if required.

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