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OUR SYMBOLS OF AUTHORITY

OUR SYMBOLS OF AUTHORITY

thesymbolsofparliamentOne could almost feel and breathe the reverence the surrounded the opening of Parliament today, when the two maces – one ceremonial and the other for the House, were marched into the Senate for the official ceremony by Chief Marshall and Sargeant-at-Arms, Adrian Lovell (front) and Deputy Marshall, Wayne Jones.

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