- Electoral district of Napier
Napier is an electorate created in 1976 for the
South Australian Legislative Assemblyin the northern suburbs of the Adelaidemetropolitan area of South Australia.
Napier is named after Sir Thomas John Mellis Napier (1882–1976) who was Chief Justice of South Australia for 25 years and a total of 43 years in the Supreme Court.
Napier's demographic comprises outer northern suburbs of Adelaide, including Elizabeth, Elizabeth Park, Elizabeth Downs, Elizabeth North, Elizabeth East, Blakeview, Craigmore, Smithfield, parts of Davoren Park as well as semi-rural One Tree Hill and Uleybury.
Members for Napier
* [http://www.abc.net.au/elections/sa/2006/guide/napi.htm ABC profile for Napier]
* [http://www.pollbludger.com/sa2006/napier.htm Poll Bludger profile for Napier]
* [http://www.seo.sa.gov.au/election2006//maps/images/533.gifState Electoral Office map for Napier]
* [http://www.seo.sa.gov.au/apps/news/?year=2006&districtSearch=3224 State Electoral Office profile for Napier]
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