Putting Locals First
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The resident red-belly in the gully. As long as it stays on the other side of the road we have a non-aggression pact! Watch out if you are outdoors this summer, there’s plenty about. @TexPollster @kellazzaro @JarrodWhittaker @DaniellePopeWIN @HayleyPeppin #lovegippsland #auspol https://t.co/LvgWR7ijfi
This is my dear friend Gladys from Maffra. She’s just turned 104 and is as sharp as a tack. Today we talked about her late husband Jim who served in WW2 & returned to build their life in her hometown. Such an inspiration. @DVAAus @LizCosson @kellazzaro @rharris334 #lovegippsland https://t.co/YSSoaYKyxn
Congratulations to GPCAPT Darren May who retires from @AusAirForce this week after 37yrs of service. I also thank Darren’s wife Michelle, she helped Darren fill out his forms to join RAAF in highschool & they've been together ever since. Thank you for your service #TYFYS #YourADF https://t.co/5LwFHWJtyC
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.