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Royal Visit 2011 Duntroon Part II - Queen arrives Print E-mail
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Royal Visit 2011 Duntroon Part III - Queen's Address Print E-mail
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Royal Visit 2011 Duntroon Part IV - New Colours received Print E-mail
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Royal Visit 2011 Duntroon Part V - Advance in Review Order Print E-mail
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Royal Visit : Andrew Bolt comments Print E-mail
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Sunday, 23 October 2011

Andrew Bolt finds that Australian republicanism is concentrated among the inner-city intellectual elite. But he notes a phenomenon which we have reported on regularly here. This is, never stand between royalty and Australian republicans, otherwise you will be knocked over in the rush.

In this video, he interviews Alexander Downer, the former Minister for Foreign Affairs, for whom he describes as a long-time supporter of Australians for a Constitutional Monarchy.

 
Royal Visit 2011 Reception Pt IV - The Queen addresses the nation Print E-mail
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Sunday, 23 October 2011

On the third day of the 16th visit Australia, her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is welcomed to a reception at Parliament House, Canberra, by the Prime Minister, the Hon Julia Gillard.

After a ceremonial fanfare, The Queen enters in the procession into the great Hall at Parliament House where about 700 people are assembled. The Australian Royal Anthem, then the Australian National Anthem are sung.

The Queen is formally welcomed by the Prime Minister and then by Leader of the Opposition, Tony Abbott, the first Executive Director of Australians for Constitutional Monarchy.
The Queen then addresses the nation expressing her admiration for our progress and successes, and her sympathy for the tragedies in our national life.

The event was broadcast by the national TV news service, Sky News on 21 October, 2011, with a commentary by Sky's Royal Correspondent Celina Edmonds.

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Royal Visit 2011 Reception Pt 1 - The Anthems Print E-mail
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Sunday, 23 October 2011
On the third day of the 16th visit Australia, her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is welcomed to a reception at Parliament House, Canberra, by the Prime Minister, the Hon Julia Gillard.

After a ceremonial fanfare, The Queen enters in the procession into the great Hall at Parliament House where about 700 people are assembled. The Australian Royal Anthem, then the Australian National Anthem are sung.

The event was broadcast by the national TV news service, Sky News on 21 October, 2011. The event begins with an introduction by Sky's Royal Correspondent Celina Edmonds.

 
Royal Visit 2011 Reception Pt II - Prime Minister Julia Gillard speaks Print E-mail
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Sunday, 23 October 2011

On the third day of the 16th visit Australia, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is welcomed to a reception at Parliament House, Canberra, by the Prime Minister, the Hon Julia Gillard.

After a ceremonial fanfare, The Queen enters in the procession into the Great Hall at Parliament House where about 700 people are assembled. The Australian Royal Anthem, then the Australian National Anthem are sung.

The Queen is formally welcomed by the Prime Minister who delivers a warm speech praising The Queen for her service.

The event was broadcast by the national TV news service, Sky News on 21 October, 2011 and introduced by Sky's Royal Correspondent Celina Edmonds.

 
Royal Visit 2011 Reception Pt III -- Tony Abbott speaks Print E-mail
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Sunday, 23 October 2011

On the third day of the 16th visit Australia, her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is welcomed to a reception at Parliament House, Canberra, by the Prime Minister, the Hon Julia Gillard.

After a ceremonial fanfare, The Queen enters in the procession into the great Hall at Parliament House where about 700 people are assembled. The Australian Royal Anthem, then the Australian National Anthem are sung.

The Queen is formally welcomed by the Prime Minister and then by Leader of the Opposition, Tony Abbott, who was the first Executive Director of Australians for Constitutional Monarchy. During his speech Mr. Abbott expresses support for changes to the law relating to the succession.

These involve the removal of discriminatory provisions about women, and to allow marriage to Catholics.

The event was broadcast by the national TV news service, Sky News on 21 October, 2011, introduced by Sky's Royal Correspondent Celina Edmonds.

 
Queen addresses nation from Parliament House, Canberra 21 October 2011 Print E-mail
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Saturday, 22 October 2011

On the third day of the 16th visit Australia, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is welcomed to a reception at Parliament House, Canberra, by the Prime Minister, the Hon Julia Gillard.

After a ceremonial fanfare, The Queen enters in the procession into the great Hall at Parliament House where about 700 people are assembled. The Queen is formally welcomed by the Prime Minister who delivers a speech Followed by the Leader of Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition, Tony Abbott, The Queen then addresses the assembly and the nation.

 
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