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photo Ms Clover MOORE MP
Member for Sydney
NSW Legislative Assembly
The information on this page was provided by the parliamentarian or obtained through parliamentary handbooks or web sites. It was correct as at June 2007
Party   Independent
State   NSW
Parliamentary Service   Member for Bligh since 19 March 1988; re-elected 25 May 1991, 25 March 1995, 27 March 1999 and 22 March 2003. Member for Sydney since 24 March 2007.
Committee Service   Former member of the Committee on the Office of the Ombudsman and Police Integrity Commission, Standing Orders and Procedure Committee. Current member of the Privilege and Ethics Committee.
Local Government Service   Alderman South Sydney City Council 1980; Sydney City Council 1981-87. Previously a member of the Planning and Development, and Equal Opportunity Committees, and Executive of the Local Government Women's Association 1986. Elected Lord Mayor of Sydney March 2004.
Other Positions   A pioneer of the community-based Independent Movement into local and state politics. Especially concerned about quality of representation, participatory democracy, social justice and the urban and natural environment. Co-sponsor of The Charter of Reform, adopted by the 50th Parliament, which promoted greater Parliamentary democracy, open government and the strengthening of individual and community rights.
Former Occupations   Previously taught English, Integrated Studies, General Studies, communication skills in London and Sydney.
Qualifications   B.A., Dip.Ed. (Syd.).
Electoral Address   58 Oxford Street
Paddington NSW 2021
Telephone   +61 (0) 2 9360 3053
Fax   +61 (0) 2 9331 6963
Place of Birth   Sydney
Married/Children   Married; 2 children
Interests   Policy interests include local government, the environment, the community, community policing, drug law reform, education, urban planning, housing and the arts. Recreational interests include reading, walking, the arts, community and the urban environment

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