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Hon Peter McGauran
Hon Peter McGauran

Peter John McGauran (born 16 November 1955), Australian politician, has been a National Party member of the Australian House of Representatives since March 1983, representing the Division of Gippsland, Victoria. He is the brother of Senator Julian McGauran. He was born in Yallourn, Victoria, and was educated at the University of Melbourne. He was a barrister and solicitor before entering politics.


McGauran was Minister for Science and Technology 1996-97, Minister for the Arts and the Centenary of Federation 1998-2001 and Minister for Science 2001-04. He has been Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs since October 2004.


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Peter McGauran - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (146 words)
Peter John McGauran (born 16 November 1955), Australian politician, has been a National Party member of the Australian House of Representatives since March 1983, representing the Division of Gippsland, Victoria.
He was born in Yallourn, Victoria, and was educated at the Jesuit Xavier College in Melbourne and the University of Melbourne.
McGauran was Minister for Science and Technology 1996-97, Minister for the Arts and the Centenary of Federation 1998-2001, Minister for Science 2001-04.
Biography - Minister Peter McGauran (248 words)
Biography - The Hon Peter McGauran MP Peter McGauran was appointed as Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry in July 2005, marking another achievement in a distinguished Parliamentary career.
In the wake of the 1998 election he was sworn in as Minister for the Arts and the Centenary of Federation, overseeing preparations for Australia’s celebration of 100 years of nationhood, in 2001.
Following the 2001 election, Peter was appointed Minister for Science, during a period of unprecedented Government investment in science and innovation, and continued as Deputy Leader of the House.
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