This really interesting development published in the Canberra Weekly is by Erin Cross. Here is an excerpt:
The Museum of Australia Democracy (MoAD) is abuzz following the opening of its latest exhibition, answering the perplexing question ‘what do honeybees and democracy have in common?’
HiveMind: Honeybees, Democracy and Me officially launched yesterday, ahead of World Bee Day tomorrow, 20 May, giving visitors a unique look at a little-known history of Australia’s federal parliaments.
The exhibition commemorates the achievement of William Yates, a Victorian Liberal backbencher in the 1970s, who first introduced beekeeping to Australian Parliament House grounds (now Old Parliament House).
Read the full article here.