Arthur Augustus Calwell ( 28 August 1896 - 8 July 1973) Australian politician, was Leader of the Australian Labor Party from 1960 to 1967. He was born in Melbourne. His father was a police officer of Irish descent. His mother was of Irish-American descent. A gifted high school student, Calwell was a devout Roman Catholic and joined the Australian Labor Party in his youth. Lacking the resources to pursue a university education, Calwell became a clerk in the Victorian Public Service, in which he worked for the Department of Agriculture and the State Treasury. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arthur Calwell"
Barrie Unsworth (born Dubbo, 16 April 1934), is an Australian politician. ...more on Wikipedia about "Barrie Unsworth"
Barry Joseph Collier, MP was elected member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly for Miranda in 1999. He belongs to the Australian Labor Party. ...more on Wikipedia about "Barry Collier"
Barry Jones, AO (born October 11, 1932, Geelong, Victoria) is an Australian politician. ...more on Wikipedia about "Barry Jones (Australian politician)"
Joseph Benedict Chifley ( September 22 1885 - June 13 1951), Australian politician and 16th Prime Minister of Australia, was one of Australia's most influential Prime Ministers. Among his government's accomplishments were the post-war immigration scheme under Arthur Calwell, the establishment of Australian citizenship in 1949, the Snowy Mountains Scheme, the national airline TAA, a social security scheme for the unemployed, and the founding of the Australian Security Intelligence Organization ( ASIO). One of the few successful referenda to modify the Australian Constitution took place during his term. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ben Chifley"
Bernard Fernando Ripoll (born 6 June 1966) is an Australian ...more on Wikipedia about "Bernie Ripoll"
Edward Bertram Johnston ( 11 January 1880– 6 September 1942), usually known as Bertie Johnston, was the Western Australian Legislative Assembly member for Williams-Narrogin from 1911 to 1928, and a Senator from 1929 until 1942. His resignation from the Australian Labor Party in 1915 made possible the defeat of John Scaddan's Labor government in Western Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bertie Johnston"
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William George Hayden AC (born 23 January 1933), Australian politician and 21st Governor-General of Australia, was born in Brisbane, Queensland, the son of an American-born sailor of Irish descent. Bill Hayden was educated at Catholic schools and joined the Queensland Police Force when he was 20. He furthered his education through private study, completing an economics degree at the University of Queensland and becoming a convinced socialist. He became active in the Labor Party, and in the 1961 federal election he surprised everyone including himself by winning the House of Representatives seat of Oxley, held by a Liberal cabinet minister. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bill Hayden"
William Morris "Billy" Hughes, ( September 25 1862 - October 28 1952), Australian politician, was the seventh Prime Minister of Australia, the longest-serving member of the Australian Parliament, and one of the most colourful figures in Australian political history. Over the course of his 51-year federal parliamentary career, Hughes represented four different electorates and was expelled from three different political parties. ...more on Wikipedia about "Billy Hughes"
Robert John Carr (born September 28 1947), Australian politician, was Premier of New South Wales from 25 March 1995 to 3 August 2005. He holds the record for the longest continuous service as Premier of New South Wales. Only Sir Henry Parkes has served longer, but he held the office on five separate occasions. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bob Carr"
Bob Debus is an Australian politician. He represents the Australian Labor Party in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly and is currently state Attorney-General and Minister for the Environment. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bob Debus"
Robert James Lee Hawke (born 9 December 1929), Australian trade union leader and politician and the 23rd Prime Minister of Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bob Hawke"
Robert Francis "Bob" McMullan (born 10 December 1947), Australian ...more on Wikipedia about "Bob McMullan"
Brenda Gibbs (b. September 3 1947) is an Australian politician. Gibbs was elected to the Australian Senate for Queensland in 1996, representing the Australian Labor Party. Her first term began on July 1 1996, she was not re-elected at the Australian legislative election, 2001, and her term expired on 30 June 2002. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brenda Gibbs" shortopedia - forget the rest. Australian_Labor_Party_politicians
Brendan Patrick O'Connor (born 2 March 1962), Australian politician, has been an Australian Labor Party member of the Australian House of Representatives since November 2001, representing the Division of Burke, Victoria 2001- 04 and the Division of Gorton since October 2004. He was born in London, United Kingdom, and was educated at Monash University and Harvard University. He was Assistant National Secretary with the Australian Services Union before entering politics. The Electoral Division of Burke was abolished by the 2003 redistribution, and O'Connor contested the new Electoral Division of Gorton at the 2004 election. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brendan O'Connor"
Brian Burke was Premier of Western Australia from 19 February 1983 until his resignation on 25 February 1988. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brian Burke"
Brian Leslie Howe (born 23 January 1936), Australian politician, was Deputy Prime Minister in the Labor government of Paul Keating from 1991 to 1995. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brian Howe"
The Honourable Bryan Alexander Green is a Tasmanian Labor politician and member of the Tasmanian House of Assembly in the electorate of Braddon. He is the minister for Infrastructure, Energy, Primary Industries, Resources and Water. These would include managing state forests, hydro Tasmania, transport, state roads etc. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bryan Green"
Candy Celeste Broad (born January 4, 1956) is an Australian politician. She has been an Australian Labor Party member of the Victorian Legislative Council since September 1999, representing the electorate of Melbourne North Province. ...more on Wikipedia about "Candy Broad"
Patrick Carl Scully (born 4 April 1957), Australian politician, is Minister for Police in the New South Wales state government. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carl Scully"
Carmel Mary Tebbutt (born 22 January 1964), Australian politician, is the New South Wales Minister for Education and Training. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carmel Tebbutt" www.shortopedia.com, it's as simple as that!
Dr Carmen Mary Lawrence (born 2 March 1948), Australian politician, former Premier of Western Australia and the first directly elected Federal President of the Australian Labor Party in 2003. During her career she experienced a meteoric rise in politics followed by several spectacular falls. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carmen Lawrence"
Carol Brown (born 19 July, 1963), Australian politician, has been an Australian Labor Party member of the Australian Senate, representing the state of Tasmania, since 25 August 2005. She was appointed by the Tasmanian Parliament to the vacancy created by the resignation of Senator Sue Mackay. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carol Brown"
Carolyn Dorothy Hirsh (born August 1, 1937) is an Australian politician representing Silvan Province. Elected as a member of the Australian Labor Party, she was forced to resign from the party in September 2004 after being booked for driving a car without a licence. This followed an incident earlier in the year when she had lost her licence after being booked by police with an alcohol reading of 0.07, while driving home from an ALP function. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carolyn Hirsh"
Catherine Fiona King (born 2 June 1966), Australian politician, has been an Australian Labor Party member of the Australian House of Representatives since November 2001, representing the Division of Ballarat, Victoria. She was born in Melbourne, Victoria, and was educated at the Philip Institute of Technology where she earned a Bachelor of Social Work and the Australian National University, earning a Master of Public Policy. She was a social worker, research officer and public servant before entering politics. She was Assistant Director, Population Health Division, and then Aged Care Director, Injury Prevention, Population Health Division, at the Commonwealth Dept of Health and Aged Care, and a Senior Manager at KPMG Consulting. She was the only ALP Candidate in the 2001 election to win a seat off the Liberal Party, securing a 5.5% swing, the largest swing to an ALP Candidate. She was re-elected in the 2004 Federal Election with a slightly reduced majority in her marginal seat and was then appointed the Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for Regional Development. In mid 2005 she was then Promoted to Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for Treasury. ...more on Wikipedia about "Catherine King"
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