The southern part of Indi is often ignored by politicians, Labor candidate for Indi Eric Kerr says.
Eric Kerr, Labor’s Candidate for Indi was born and raised in North East Victoria, and has spent his entire life living, working and learning there. As a proud local, Eric is honoured by the opportunity to serve his community.
Forty-one year old Shaun Damous’ late grandfather Luigi Damous was a Macedonian immigrant who grew up on High St in Northcote and lived there all his life, after immigrating to Australia in 1949.
The order of candidates on the ballot paper for Indi was decided at a draw held by the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC).
The Australian Electoral Commission has commenced publishing the list of candidates for the 18 May federal election. This is the ballot order for the north-east Victorian seat of Indi.
Nillumbik Shire Council today welcomed the Victorian Government’s announcement that if re-elected it would commit $8 million toward the next stage of the Diamond Valley Sports and Fitness Centre redevelopment.
Minister for Sport John Eren and Member for Yan Yean Danielle Green last Thursday (October 18) announced $150,000 in funding was being provided to the Hurstbridge Football Netball Club.
Last Thursday, October 18 the Minister for Sport, John Eren announced a re-elected Andrews Labor Government would deliver $8 million towards upgrading the Diamond Valley Sports and Fitness Centre.
The Andrews Labor Government is ‘putting local jobs first’ with the $131 million Yan Yean Road Upgrade Project being delivered by local workers and businesses using local materials.
A community project, #RightTrack, found residents in the Federal Electorate of Jagajaga overwhelmingly support a fair and humane process for people seeking asylum.