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Welcome

I am honoured to represent the people of Bendigo and central Victoria.

I want central Victoria to be a healthy community with a strong education sector, secure jobs people can count on, thriving local businesses and a strong, connected community.

Please feel free to contact my office on the corner of Myers and Williamson streets or send me an email on lisa.chesters.mp@aph.gov.au

 


Welcome

I am honoured to represent the people of Bendigo and central Victoria.

I want central Victoria to be a healthy community with a strong education sector, secure jobs people can count on, thriving local businesses and a strong, connected community.

Please feel free to contact my office on the corner of Myers and Williamson streets or send me an email on lisa.chesters.mp@aph.gov.au

 

Media Releases

In Bendigo today, Labor’s education and training spokesperson, Tanya Plibersek, announced she will visit 100 businesses in the next 100 days as part of a national listening tour to hear whether employers are able to recruit the skilled staff they need.

Sporting clubs in the Bendigo electorate missed out on grants for better facilities because the Morrison Government skewed funding toward city seats it was targeting to win last year’s Federal election.

The Female Facilities & Water Safety Stream was designed to provide grants to fund female change facilities at sporting clubs in rural and regional areas to encourage greater female participation in sport.

Federal Member for Bendigo, Lisa Chesters has visited St Therese’s Primary School in Kennington to announce their success in receiving $9,293 in federal funding.

The school is one of 15 across the Bendigo electorate to receive a share of $200,000 through the Local Schools Community Fund.

Federal Member for Bendigo, Lisa Chesters is calling for immediate funding for projects dudded by Bridget McKenzie’s sports grant scheme.

“The Bendigo electorate has been ripped off by this rort,” Chesters said.

“Our community has potentially missed out on almost $1million dollars of sporting infrastructure upgrades because of a corrupt process. We deserve our fair share.”

Official new data confirms what people in the Bendigo electorate already know – that health costs have never been higher than under Scott Morrison.



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Listening Post schedule

Listening post blitz (multiple locations around Bendigo): 13 March from 10 – 12pm; 27 March from 10-12pm

Call 03 5443 9055 for more details.


Media Releases

In Bendigo today, Labor’s education and training spokesperson, Tanya Plibersek, announced she will visit 100 businesses in the next 100 days as part of a national listening tour to hear whether employers are able to recruit the skilled staff they need.

Sporting clubs in the Bendigo electorate missed out on grants for better facilities because the Morrison Government skewed funding toward city seats it was targeting to win last year’s Federal election.

The Female Facilities & Water Safety Stream was designed to provide grants to fund female change facilities at sporting clubs in rural and regional areas to encourage greater female participation in sport.

Federal Member for Bendigo, Lisa Chesters has visited St Therese’s Primary School in Kennington to announce their success in receiving $9,293 in federal funding.

The school is one of 15 across the Bendigo electorate to receive a share of $200,000 through the Local Schools Community Fund.

Federal Member for Bendigo, Lisa Chesters is calling for immediate funding for projects dudded by Bridget McKenzie’s sports grant scheme.

“The Bendigo electorate has been ripped off by this rort,” Chesters said.

“Our community has potentially missed out on almost $1million dollars of sporting infrastructure upgrades because of a corrupt process. We deserve our fair share.”

Official new data confirms what people in the Bendigo electorate already know – that health costs have never been higher than under Scott Morrison.