Today’s sitting of the Senate got off to a late start this morning as police probed a burglary at Gordon House.
Reports are that thieves broke into the offices of Senate President Floyd Morris and Speaker of the House of Representatives, Michael Peart.
Its understood that they stole computers from both offices.
Opposition Senator Nigel Clarke, says the incident highlights the need for improved security at the house of parliament.
Nigel Clarke, Opposition Senator, speaking in Gordon House this morning.
In August thieves broke a window to the canteen at Gordon House, in a failed attempt to break into building.