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King Charles: Connections with Queensland
King Charles III has a long-standing affection for Queensland, first visiting 57 years ago and then as recently as 2018.
Monarch in Waiting
The King was heir apparent to the British throne for 70 years from the age of three – a long but thorough preparation for the role of Monarch.
King Charles III: The Early Years
Born in a Palace, raised by a Queen, schooled in Australia among other places, and trained by the British military, King Charles III certainly has had an interesting life thus far.
1953 vs 2023: How the Coronations compare
Two words: 'Coronation emoji'. But actually, there will be other subtle differences between the Coronations of King Charles III and Queen Elizabeth II. Read on to see how they compare.
Role of music at the Coronation
Music has played a vital role for centuries in the coronations of English and British monarchs.
Come and be 'King for a Day' at Government House
What better way to mark the Coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla than by attending the Government House Open Day on 6 May.
The Coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla: What to Expect
The coronations of King Charles III and Queen Camilla will take place in Westminster Abbey on Saturday 6 May 2023. Here's what to expect.
Royal Assent granted for three Bills
The Governor has granted Royal Assent to the Housing Legislation Amendment Bill 2023, the Environmental Protection and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2023, and the Police Service Administration and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2023.
Jack's Law Granted Royal Assent
The Governor has granted Royal Assent to Jack’s Law – legislation named in honour of knife crime victim Jack Beasley who would have celebrated his 21st birthday today.