Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 1984-1988

Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 1984-1988

This is a list of members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly from 1984 to 1988:

:1 Pittwater MLA Max Smith was elected as a Liberal, but resigned from the party in 1984 after a falling out with party leader Nick Greiner. He served as an independent until his mid-term resignation in 1986.:2 Murray National Party MLA Tim Fischer resigned on October 18, 1984 to contest the seat of Farrer at the 1984 federal election. National Party candidate Jim Small won the resulting by-election in January 1985.:3 Peats ALP MLA Paul Landa died on November 24, 1984. ALP candidate Tony Doyle won the resulting by-election in February 1985.:4 Gloucester National Party MLA Leon Punch resigned on July 2, 1985. National Party candidate Wendy Machin won the resulting by-election in October.:5 Cabramatta ALP MLA Eric Bedford resigned on December 31, 1985. ALP candidate John Newman won the resulting by-election in January 1986.:6 Canterbury ALP MLA Kevin Stewart resigned on December 31, 1985. ALP candidate Kevin Moss won the resulting by-election in January 1986.:7 Vaucluse Liberal MLA Rosemary Foot resigned on February 13, 1986. Liberal candidate Ray Aston won the resulting by-election in May.:8 Independent Pittwater MLA Max Smith resigned on April 11, 1986. Liberal candidate Jim Longley won the resulting by-election in May.:9 Bass Hill ALP MLA and Premier of New South Wales Neville Wran resigned on July 4, 1986. Liberal candidate Michael Owen won the resulting by-election later that month.:10 Rockdale ALP MLA Brian Bannon resigned on July 3, 1986, making way for Labor's preferred candidate for Premier, Barrie Unsworth, to shift from the Legislative Council. Unsworth, as the Labor candidate, won the resulting by-election later that month.:11 Heathcote ALP MLA Rex Jackson resigned on August 13, 1986 amidst a corruption scandal that ultimately led to his imprisonment. ALP candidate Ian McManus won the resulting by-election in January 1987.:12 Bankstown ALP MLA Ric Mochalski resigned on December 1, 1986 after being charged with fraud. ALP candidate Doug Shedden won the resulting by-election in January 1987.:13 Kiama ALP MLA Bill Knott resigned on December 31, 1986. ALP candidate Bob Harrison won the resulting by-election in January 1987.:14 Northern Tablelands ALP MLA Bill McCarthy died on April 25, 1987. National Party candidate Ray Chappell won the resulting by-election in May.:15 Illawarra MLA George Petersen was expelled from the ALP in July 1987 after crossing the floor to vote against his government's changes to the Workers Compensation Act. He sat thereafter as a representative of the Illawarra Workers Party.


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