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|Full Name||Diane Beamer|
|Other Name||Beamer, Diane|
Diane Beamer Biography
On 16 June 2004, the Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Natural Resources, advised Beamer as Minister Assisting the Minister for Infrastructure and Planning (Planning Administration) to approve a variation of the Local Environment Plan (LEP) which would have retrospectively validated the planning approval for an Orange Grove shopping centre. On 8 July 2004, Beamer declined to approve the proposed variation on the grounds that the shopping centre tended to undermine the viability of the Liverpool shopping centre. The owners of the Orange Grove centre subsequently claimed that this decision was corrupt. This led to an investigation by the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC), which made no findings of corruption against any person.
Diane Beamer is a famous Politician, who was born on July 15, 1960 in Australia. Born in England, Beamer migrated with her parents to Australia in the early 1960s. During their first years in Sydney, the family lived in a Nissen hut at Cabramatta Migrant Hostel.
According to Astrologers, Diane zodiac sign is Cancer In 1991, Beamer unsuccessfully contested the seat of Badgerys Creek, however was elected to it in 1995. Following Badgerys Creek’s abolition in 1999, she was elected as Member for Mulgoa. In April 2003, Beamer became Minister Assisting the Minister for Infrastructure and Planning (Planning Administration), Minister for Juvenile Justice and Minister for Western Sydney. When Morris Iemma became Premier in August 2005, Beamer was appointed Minister for Fair Trading and Minister assisting the Minister for Commerce while continuing to be Minister for Western Sydney.
In 1975, Beamer joined the Emu Plains Branch of the Australian Labor Party. She later graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Arts (BA). From 1985 to 1989, Beamer worked as an electorate officer for the Minister for Sport and Tourism John Brown.
After the 2007 election, Beamer served as a backbencher and chose not to recontest the 2011 election.
Diane Beamer Net Worth
Diane is one of the richest Politician. Diane is listed on Richest Politician. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Diane Beamer net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.
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|Net Worth||$1.5 Million|
|Source of Wealth||Politician|
|House||Living in own house.|
Diane Beamer HeightDiane Beamer's height Not available right now. Diane weight not known & body measurements will update soon.
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In December 2018, the Australian Labor Party National Executive endorsed Beamer to take over from Emma Husar as the Labor candidate for the Division of Lindsay at the 2019 Australian federal election. The seat was won by the Liberal’s Melissa McIntosh. Beamer’s previous state electorates of Badgerys Creek and Mulgoa cover much of the same geographic area as the seat of Lindsay.
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Diane Ranked on the list of most popular Politician. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Australia. Diane Beamer (born 15 July 1960) is an Australian politician. As an Australian Labor Party member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, she represented the state electorates of Badgerys Creek (1995–1999) and Mulgoa (1999–2011). This included ministerial roles in the Carr and Iemma governments. Beamer chose not to recontest the 2011 election. In December 2018, Labor endorsed Beamer as their candidate for the Division of Lindsay at the 2019 Australian federal election. She was defeated by the Liberal’s Melissa McIntosh.