The Hon Darren Chester MP, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport
- Minister's Statement at Media Conference, MH370 Ministerial Tripartite Meeting, Malaysia
I would like to thank you and Minister Yang, for our productive discussions and the cooperative manner in which you have approached the complex issues that we have discussed today.
- Contract awarded for upgrades of three floodways on Gammon Ranges Road
A $649 000 roadworks contract has been awarded to upgrade three floodways on the Gammon Ranges Road between Copley and Balcanoona, South Australia.
- Wing part to be examined in relation to the disappearance of MH370
Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Darren Chester today confirmed that Australian Safety Transport Bureau (ATSB) has received a wing part suspected to be from MH370.
- Three new items of debris to be examined in relation to the disappearance of MH370
Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Darren Chester today confirmed reports that three new pieces of debris—two in Mauritius and one in Mozambique—have been found and are of interest in connection to the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.
- Updated Cargo Security Arrangements for Bangladesh
The Federal Government has updated security arrangements for air cargo from Bangladesh, giving Australian businesses more options for trade while maintaining a robust aviation security regime.
- Regional Access Arrangements at Kingsford Smith Airport
Today the Turnbull Government can announce that we will continue long-standing pricing protections for regional airlines in New South Wales (NSW) when they access Sydney's Kingsford Smith Airport.
- Appointments to the Moorebank Intermodal Company Board
The Government has re-appointed Mr Paul Binsted and appointed Mr Lucio Di Bartolomeo as non-executive directors of the Moorebank Intermodal Company (MIC) for terms of three years each.
- ANCAP receives continuing support to ensure safer cars
The Australian Government will provide $2.2 million to continue support for the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) over the next two years.
- New Australian Transport Safety Bureau Chief Commissioner appointed
Mr Greg Hood has been appointed Chief Commissioner of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) for a five year term commencing from 1 July 2016.