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D'Amore, Angela

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Parliamentarian and Unionist


Angela D'Amore was a Union official and a dedicated party worker before her election to Parliament as the ALP candidate for Drummoyne in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly (2003). She served in the Parliament from 2003-2011.


Angela D'Amore is the daughter of Salvatore and Pina D'Amore who migrated from Graniti in Sicily, Italy in 1964. Her father worked as a subcontractor in the building industry, and her mother became an outworker in the clothing industry.

Angela was educated at Bethlehem College, Ashfield and the University of Sydney and went on to become a Union officer for the Municipal Employees Union and the NSW Nurses' Association. She joined the ALP at the age of 21 and is a committed trade unionist. Angela D'Amore is married to Richard

Sources used to compile this entry: (accessed 11 November 2004); (accessed 11 November 2004); (accessed 11 July 2005).

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