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Hurley, Annette Kay (1955 - )

Born
1955
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Occupation
Parliamentarian
Website
http://parlinfo.aph.gov.au/parlInfo/search/display/display.w3p;query=(Id:handbook/allmps/e4u);rec=0;

Summary

A member of the Australian Labor Party, Annette Hurley was elected to the Parliament of South Australia in the seat of Napier at the election, which was held on 11 December 1993. She was defeated at the 2002 election, but won a seat in the Australian Senate at the 2004 federal election, representing the State of South Australia. She was not a candidate at the 2010 federal election.

Archival resources

State Library of South Australia

  • Interview with Annette Hurley [sound recording] Interviewer: Allison Murchie, 2000, OH 576/8; State Library of South Australia. Details

Rosemary Francis

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