Members of the New South Wales Legislative Council, 1999–2003


Members of the New South Wales Legislative Council, 1999–2003

This is a list of members of the New South Wales Legislative Council, as elected at the 1995 and 1999 state elections. Members of the Legislative Council serve eight-year terms, so while half the members of this parliament faced re-election at the 2003 election, the remainder faced re-election in 2007.

Name Party Term in office
Hon Peter Breen Reform the Legal System 1999–2007
Hon Richard Bull [2] National 1984–2000
Hon Dr Meredith Burgmann Labor 1991–2007
Hon Jan Burnswoods Labor 1991–2007
Hon Dr Arthur Chesterfield-Evans Democrat 1998–2007
Ian Cohen Greens 1995–2011
Hon Rick Colless [2] National 2000–present
Hon Alan Corbett A Better Future For Our Children 1995–2003
Hon Michael Costa [6] Labor 2001–2008
Hon John Della Bosca Labor 1999–2010
Hon Ron Dyer Labor 1979–2003
Hon Michael Egan Labor 1986–2005
Hon Amanda Fazio [1] Labor 2000–present
Hon Patricia Forsythe Liberal 1991–2006
Hon Mike Gallacher Liberal 1996–present
Hon Jenny Gardiner National 1991–present
Hon Duncan Gay National 1988–present
Hon John Hannaford [3] Liberal 1984–1999
Hon Don Harwin Liberal 1999–present
Hon John Hatzistergos Labor 1999–2011
Hon John Jobling Liberal 1984–2003
Hon Johno Johnson [6] Labor 1976–2001
Hon Malcolm Jones Outdoor Recreation Party 1999–2003
Hon Richard Jones Independent 1988–2003
Hon Tony Kelly Labor 1987–1988, 1997–2011
Hon Charlie Lynn Liberal 1995–present
Hon Ian Macdonald Labor 1988–2010
Hon Andy Manson [4] Labor 1988–2000
Hon Doug Moppett [7] National 1976–1978, 1991–2000
Rev Hon Dr Gordon Moyes [8] Christian Democratic Party 2002–2011
Hon Elaine Nile [8] Christian Democratic Party 1988–2002
Rev Hon Fred Nile Christian Democratic Party 1981–2004, 2004–present
Hon Eddie Obeid Labor 1991–2011
Hon David Oldfield One Nation/Independent/One Nation NSW [5] 1999–2007
Hon Melinda Pavey [7] National 2002–present
Hon Greg Pearce [3] Liberal 2000–present
Hon Brian Pezzutti Liberal 1988–2003
Hon Peter Primrose Labor 1996–present
Lee Rhiannon Greens 1999–2010
Hon John Ryan Liberal 1991–2007
Hon Janelle Saffin Labor 1995–2003
Hon Jim Samios Liberal 1984–2003
Hon Helen Sham-Ho Independent 1988–2003
Hon Jeff Shaw [1] Labor 1990–2000
Hon Carmel Tebbutt Labor 1998–2005
Hon John Tingle Shooters Party 1995–2006
Hon Henry Tsang Labor 1999–2009
Hon Ian West [4] Labor 2000–2011
Hon Dr Peter Wong Unity 1999–2007
1 Labor MLC Jeff Shaw resigned on 4 July 2000. Amanda Fazio was appointed to the resulting casual vacancy on 30 August.
2 National Party MLC Richard Bull resigned on 18 August 2000. Rick Colless was appointed to the resulting casual vacancy on 30 August.
3 Liberal MLC John Hannaford resigned on 10 October 2000. Greg Pearce was appointed to the resulting casual vacancy on 1 November.
4 Labor MLC Andy Manson resigned on 27 October 2000. Ian West was appointed to the resulting casual vacancy on 1 November 2000.
5 David Oldfield was elected as a One Nation member, but was expelled from the party in October 2000. He sat as an independent until late 2001, when he founded One Nation NSW, a technically separate party.
6 Labor MLC Johno Johnson resigned on 4 September 2001. Michael Costa was appointed to the resulting casual vacancy on 6 September.
7 National Party MLC Doug Moppett died on 18 June 2002. Melinda Pavey was appointed to the resulting casual vacancy on 3 September.
8 Christian Democratic Party MLC Elaine Nile resigned on 27 August 2002. Gordon Moyes was appointed to the resulting casual vacancy on 3 September.
Members of the Parliament of New South Wales
Legislative Council

1995–19991999–20032003–2007

Legislative Assembly

1995–19991999–20032003–2007


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