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photo The Hon. Carmel Mary TEBBUTT MP
Member for Marrickville
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   Australian Labor Party
State   NSW
Parliamentary Service   Member of the Legislative Council from 30 April 1998 - 26 August 2005. Elected for Marrickville at a by-election, made consequent by the resignation of The Hon. Andrew Refshauge, 17 September 2005. Re-elected 24 March 2007.
Ministerial and Shadow Ministerial Appointments   Minister for Juvenile Justice, Minister Assisting the Premier on Youth and Minister Assisting the Minister for the Environment from 1999 to 11July 2002; Minsiter for Juvenile Justice and Minister Assisting the Premier on Youth July 2002 - March 2003; Minister for Community Services, Minister for Ageing, Minister for Disability Services from 11 July 2002 - 21 January 2005; Minister for Youth from April 2003 - 21 January 2005; Minister for Aboriginal Affairs from 3 August 2005 - 10 August 2005; Minister for Education and Training from 21 January 2005 - 2 April 2007..
Committee Service   Sessional Committees: Library Committee : 1998-1999. Standing Orders Committee: 1999 -present. Standing Committees: Standing Committee on Social Issues: 1998 - 1999.
Party Positions   Member of the Executive, NSW Young Labour 1988-1991. President, NSW Young Labor Council 1990-91. Member of the Economic Policy Committee, ALP, NSW Branch 1990-94. President, Ashfield State Electorate Council, 1994-98. Deputy Convenor, Credentials Committee, ALP, NSW Branch 1992-98. Member of Administrative Committee, ALP NSW Branch 1993-98.
Local Government Service   Councillor Marrickville Council from October 1993 to September 1999. Deputy Mayor, Marrickville Council from September 1995 to April 1998.
Other Positions   Member of Marrickville Aboriginal Consultative Committee 1995-99. Member of Marrickville Heritage Promotion Committee 1997-1999. Member of Australian People for Health, Education and Development Abroad. Member of the Australian Republican Movement.
Former Occupations   Previously worked as Industrial Officer for the Community and Public Sector Union and as a Policy Adviser to the Deputy Premier.
Qualifications   Bachelor of Economics, Sydney University.
Electoral Address   244 Illawarra Road
Marrickville NSW 2204
Telephone   +61 (0) 2 9558 9000
Fax   +61 (0) 2 9558 3653
Date of Birth   22/1/64
Interests   Social justice, local government, children's services education and the environment. Leisure activities include swimming, cycling, reading and movies.

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