Putting Locals First
Let Darren Know
It’s not the projects that are funded which are always the issue, it’s the ones which miss out. Lack of transparency on grant allocations is undermining public trust in our system of government.
The $1 billion cost of pork barrelling revealed https://t.co/Bwnx4M4N2p via @theage
‘What’s not to like about small-town Australia?’ Bernard Salt asks.
Interesting piece on regional life. We need to keep investing in services & infrastructure to promote future growth & take pressure off cities. #auspol
Hidden heartland calls us home https://t.co/0zTeQ7kGK8
Darren Chester was elected to Federal Parliament as the Member for Gippsland on June 26, 2008.
Darren Chester was appointed Federal Minister for Infrastructure and Transport on February, 18, 2016.
Gippsland is one of the most diverse regions in Australia and our community is dispersed across 33,000 square kilometres.