Sonia Hornery


Sonia Hornery

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Sonia Hornery is an Australian politican and currently a Parliamentary Secretary in the New South Wales Labor Government. She has been in Parliament since 24 March 2007.

Hornery grew up in Windale and Edgeworth living in Housing Commission housing, before moving to rented accommodation in Wallsend and West Wallsend.

She attended Newcastle University and studied teaching. She later returned and obtained a Bachelor of Arts, with Honours, in history.

Her first teaching appointment was to Walgett High School. She then taught at Kempsey High School and other schools around the Hunter Valley.

In 2002 she was elected to Newcastle City Council.

She was elected to the New South Wales Parliament in 2007. She is currently a Parliamentary Secretary Assisting the Minister for Transport being appointed on 8 May 2007. [http://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/prod/PARLMENT/hansArt.nsf/V3Key/LA20070509007]

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