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... This is a list of members of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1978 to 1981 Name Party Years in office Kath Anderson ALP 1973–1981 Peter Baldwin ALP 1976–1982 Hon Roger de Bryon-Faes Liberal 1961 ... Members of the Parliament of New South Wales Legislative Council 1976–1978 • 1978–1981 • 1981–1984 Legislative Assembly 1976–1978 • 1978–1981 • 1981–19 ...
... Following are lists of members of the New South Wales Legislative Council Members of the New South Wales Legislative Council, 1824–1843 Members of the New South Wales Legislative Council ...
... This is a list of members of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1984 to 1988 Name Party Years in office Franca Arena ALP 1981–1999 Marie Bignold 1 Call to Australia ... in order to contest a by-election in the Legislative Assembly seat of Rockdale ... so as to allow Unsworth to shift to the Legislative Assembly in order to succeed Neville Wran as Premier of New South Wales ...
... Penrith (1981–88), Liverpool (1989–95) New South Wales Minister for Health (1986–88) Sir Howard Beale KBE — Federal Member for Parramatta (1946-1958), Ambassador to the United States (1958-1964 ... for Coogee, former Mayor of Waverley Ronald Raines — Member of the New South Wales Legislative Council (1977–78) Luke Simpkins — Current Liberal ...
12 November 1998) was an Australian public figure and a member of the New South Wales Legislative Council for 20 years ... In 1958, Joel was elected to the New South Wales Legislative Council as an Independent, and joined the then Country Party (now the National Party) the following ... He retired from New South Wales Legislative Council in 1978 ...
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