Prime Ministers of Australia & Their Party

Prime Ministers of Australia  …  Present – 1975      1975 – 1941      1941 – 1914      1914 – 1901       More Information See also  What the letters after their names mean (postnominals) The office of Australian Prime Ministers was held more than once by Rudd, Deakin, Fisher and Menzies. Robert Menzies held the longest continuous term of 16 years, 1 month, and 8 days. … Read morePrime Ministers of Australia & Their Party

Australian Embassies and Consulates

See also  Foreign Embassies, Consulates and High Commissions located in Australia Websites of Australian embassies, consulates and high commissions in other countries. All the following links open in a  new window. When you’re done browsing the other website, close that window. We’ll be here waiting so you can continue your visit with us. Argentina Austria Bangladesh Belgium Canada China … Read moreAustralian Embassies and Consulates

Prime Ministers of Australia

Prime Ministers of Australia  …  Present – 1975      1975 – 1941      1941 – 1914      1914 – 1901       More Information See also  Australian Prime Ministers and Their Party      What the letters after their names mean (postnominals) Prime Ministers — 1941 to 1914 13 Arthur William Fadden later Sir Arthur, PC, GCMG 13 Apr 1895 – 1973 period in office term of … Read morePrime Ministers of Australia

Prime Ministers of Australia

Prime Ministers of Australia  …  Present – 1975      1975 – 1941      1941 – 1914      1914 – 1901       More Information See also  Australian Prime Ministers and Their Party      What the letters after their names mean (postnominals) Prime Ministers — 1915 to 1901 6 Joseph Cook (later Sir Joseph) 7 Dec 1860 – 30 July 1947 period in office term of office political … Read morePrime Ministers of Australia

Prime Ministers of Australia

See also  Australian Prime Ministers and Their Party What the letters after their names mean (postnominals) Prime Ministers of Australia Present – 1975      1975 – 1941      1941 – 1914      1914 – 1901 The Prime Minister is the head of the Australian Government. The leader of the coalition or party which has the most seats in the Federal House … Read morePrime Ministers of Australia

Governor-General

Simply put, the Governor-General is the Queen’s representative in Australia. Although the appointment of the Governor-General is technically made by “advice” to the Queen, since the 1930s appointments have been by the Australian government in power. This change took place as a result of a major confrontation with the British government over the appointment of … Read moreGovernor-General

Post-nominal Honours in Alphabetical Order

See also Postnominal Honours in Order of Precedence Have you ever seen someone’s name with a string of letters/abbreviations after it and wondered what they meant? Most people recognize that MD stands for Medical Doctor and CPA means Certified Public Accountant. Those are called post-nominals and consist of abbreviations or initials to indicate that the … Read morePost-nominal Honours in Alphabetical Order