Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, and Local Government Anthony Albanese of Australia

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Albanese was born in Sydney, New South Wales, was educated at Sydney University, and was a bank officer before entering politics.
Following his entry in to parliament in 1996, Albanese was promoted to the Opposition Shadow Ministry in 1998.
In the 2007 Federal election in which Labor came to power, Albanese was re-elected to the seat of Grayndler with a 3.
Albanese is also the 'Leader of the House.
Albanese is from the left Labor faction.
Albanese is a partner in the firm's Securities/Corporate Governance and Complex Commercial Litigation practice groups.
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Albanese is admitted to practice in New York and the US District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.
Anthony Albanese was first elected to Federal Parliament in 1996 as the Member for Grayndler.
PETER CAVE: Federal Labor backbencher Dick Adams says the Party's Environment Spokesman Anthony Albanese has acted like mangy dog.
ALEXANDRA KIRK: Anthony Albanese has echoed the sentiment of his leader Mark Latham, saying Labor's committed to sustainable development of the timber industry, no overall job losses, and protecting Tasmania's high conservation value forests.
In fact, Anthony Albanese met two State ministers and State party officials.
ALEXANDRA KIRK: But Labor insiders point out Mr Albanese has done nothing more than follow Mark Latham's lead on forests, which was endorsed by the Shadow Cabinet last week.
LONDON, Dec 2 (UPI) -- British Airways said Tuesday it was considering a merger with Australia's Qantas Airways.
Federal Transport Minister Anthony Albanese has refused to say whether work on the Ipswich Motorway has doubled in cost.
The difference between Australia’s airlines and Anthony Albanese is that they want a second airport ‘in’ Sydney and as outlined in the Aviation Green Paper released today, he is searching.
Transport Minister Anthony Albanese has insisted that a merger between Qantas and British Airways must involve control of the Flying Kangaroo remaining in Australia, as a matter of national security.
Dec 07, 2008 (The Australian - ABIX via COMTEX) -- BAIRY | Quote | Chart | News | PowerRating -- Australian Transport Minister Anthony Albanese has confirmed again that Qantas.
SYDNEY (AFP) - Qantas must remain Australian-owned for reasons of national security, even if a potential merger with British Airways goes ahead, Transport Minister Anthony Albanese said Sunday.
But despite complaining last year that the Howard government had sacked the heads and deputy chairs of up to a third of the area committees and stacked them with supporters prepared to funnel money into marginal electorates, Regional Development Minister Anthony Albanese has decided to retain them.
ANTHONY Albanese is the pugnacious inner-city Sydney MP who, since Kevin Rudd's ascension to the Labor leadership, presides over Opposition tactics in the federal parliament.
Admittedly, this blistering personal diatribe was launched almost nine years ago and you suspect Albanese has since changed his opinion about the relative worth of Howard and McMahon.
the manager of Opposition business.
Anthony Albanese is clearly very well briefed and prepared.
Albanese votes to keep Qantas(Monday 8 December 2008)Federal Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development, Anthony Norman Albanese has explained that Qantas ought to remain an Australian owned airline for security purposes.
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Albanese denies furtive forest visit - National - www.
denied sneaking into Tasmania to visit the Styx valley.
in up top 240,000 hectares of Tasmanian old-growth forests.
caucus meeting on forestry policy on Friday.
environment policy which protected jobs and the environment.
But Mr Albanese said any consolidation needed to be balanced with the national interest.
Being able to show a really good project at an early stage has been a great advantage.