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Abbott, Anthony (Tony) John

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1994– (Warringah). Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Employment, Education, Training and Youth Affairs (11 March 1996 – 21 October 1998), Minister for Employment Services (21 October 1998 – 30 January 2001), Minister for Employment, Workplace Relations and Small Business (30 January 2001 – 26 November 2001), Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations (26 November 2001 – 7 October 2003), Minister for Health and Ageing (7 October 2003 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

Abetz, Eric

Liberal Party Senator for Tasmania 1994– . Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Defence (21 October 1998 – 30 January 2001), Special Minister of State (30 January 2001 – 27 January 2006), Minister for Fisheries, Forestry and Conservation (27 January 2006 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

Alston, Richard Kenneth Robert

Liberal Party Senator for Victoria 1987–04. Minister for Communications and the Arts (11 March 1996 – 9 October 1997), Minister for Communications, the Information Economy and the Arts (9 October 1997 – 21 October 1998), Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts (21 October 1998 – 7 October 2003) in the Howard government. High Commissioner to the United Kingdom 2005–08.

Anderson, John Duncan

National Party Member of the House of Representatives 1989–2007 (Gwydir). Minister for Transport and Regional Development (25 September 1997 – 9 October 1997), Minister for Transport and Regional Services (21 October 1998 – 6 July 2005), Deputy Prime Minister and Leader of the National Party (20 July 1999 – 6 July 2005) in the Coalition government of Prime Minister John Howard.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 972.

Andrews, Kevin James

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1991– (Menzies). Minister for Ageing (26 November 2001 – 7 October 2003), Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations (7 October 2003 – 30 January 2007), Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Public Service (7 October 2003 – 30 January 2007), Minister for Immigration and Citizenship (30 January 2007 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

Anthony, John Douglas (Doug)

National/Country Party Member of the House of Representatives 1957–84 (Richmond). Member of the Executive Council without Office (18 December 1963 – 4 March 1964) in the second Menzies government, Minister for the Interior (4 March 1964 – 16 October 1967) in the second Menzies and Holt governments, Minister for Primary Industry (16 October 1967 – 5 February 1971) in the Holt, McEwen and Gorton governments, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Trade and Industry (5 February 1971 – 5 December 1972) in the Gorton and McMahon governments, Deputy Prime Minister (11 November 1975 – 11 March 1983), Minister for Overseas Trade (11 November 1975 – 20 December 1977), Minister for Minerals and Energy (11 November 1975 – 22 December 1975), Minister for National Resources (22 December 1975 – 20 December 1977), Minister for Trade and Resources (20 December 1977 – 11 March 1983) in the Fraser government. Leader of the Country Party 1971–84, Anthony is the son of HL and Jessie Mary Anthony, and the father of Larry Anthony.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 55.

Anthony, Lawrence (Larry) James

National Party Member of the House of Representatives 1996–2004 (Richmond). Parliamentary Secretary (Trade) (21 October 1998 – 20 July 1999), Minister for Community Services (20 July 1999 – 26 November 2001), Minister for Children and Youth Affairs (26 November 2001 – 26 October 2004) in the Howard government. Son of Doug and Margot Anthony, grandson of HL and Mary Anthony.

Anthony, Hubert Lawrence

Country Party Member of the House of Representatives 1937–57 (Richmond). Minister without portfolio assisting the Treasurer (28 October 1940 – 26 June 1941), minister without portfolio assisting the Minister for Commerce (28 October 1940 – 26 June 1941), Minister Assisting the Treasurer (26 June 1941 – 29 August 1941), Minister Assisting the Minister for Commerce (26 June 1941 – 29 August 1941) in the first Menzies government, Minister for Transport (26 June 1941 – 7 October 1941) in the first Menzies and Fadden governments, Postmaster-General (19 December 1949 – 11 January 1956), Minister for Civil Aviation (11 May 1951 – 9 July 1954) in the second Menzies government. Father of Doug Anthony.

Badawi, Abdullah Ahmad

Prime Minister of Malaysia 31 October 2003 – .

Bailey, Frances (Fran) Esther

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1990–93 and 1996– (McEwen). Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Defence (26 November 2001 – 18 July 2004), Minister Assisting the Minister for Defence (18 July 2004 – 26 October 2004), Minister for Employment Services (18 July 2004 – 26 October 2004), Minister for Small Business and Tourism (26 October 2004 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

Barrie, (Admiral) Chris

Chief of Australia's Defence Force (4 July 1998 – 3 July 2002).

Beazley, Kim Christian

Labor Member of the House of Representatives 1980–93 (Swan) and 1993–2007 (Brand). Leader of the Labor Opposition 1996–01 and January 2005 to December 2006, and son of Kim E Beazley. Beazley was special Minister of State (14 July 1983 – 21 January 1984), Minister for Aviation (11 March 1983 – 13 December 1984), Minister Assisting the Minister for Defence (11 March 1983 – 13 December 1984), Minister for Defence (13 December 1984 – 4 April 1990), Vice-President of the Executive Council (15 February 1988 – 1 February 1991), Minister for Transport and Communications (4 April 1990 – 9 December 1991) in the Hawke government, Minister for Finance (9 December 1991 – 27 December 1991) in the Hawke and Keating governments, Minister for Employment, Education and Training (27 December 1991 – 23 December 1993), deputy Prime Minister (20 June 1995 – 11 March 1996), Minister for Finance (23 December 1993 – 11 March 1996) in the Keating government. Son of Kim E Beazley.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 337.

Bruce Billson

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1996– (Dunkley). Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Foreign Affairs (18 July 2004 – 26 October 2004), Parliamentary Secretary for Foreign Affairs and Trade (26 October 2004 – 6 July 2005), Parliamentary Secretary (Foreign Affairs) and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs (6 July 2005 – 27 January 2006), Minister for Veterans' Affairs and Minister Assisting the Minister for Defence (27 January 2006 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

Bishop, Julie

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1998– (Curtin). Minister for Ageing (7 October 2003 – 27 January 2006), Minister for Education, Science and Training (27 January 2006 – 3 December 2007), Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Women's Issues (27 January 2006 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

Bishop, Bronwyn Kathleen

Liberal Party Senator for New South Wales 1987–94 and Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1994 – (Mackellar). Minister for Defence Industry, Science and Personnel (11 March 1996 – 21 October 1998), Minister for Aged Care (21 October 1998 – 26 November 2001) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 644.

Bjelke-Petersen, Johannes (Joh)

National/Country Party Queensland parliamentarian 1947–87, Premier of Queensland 1968–87.

Blair, Tony

Labour Member of the House of Commons 1983–2007 and Britain's Prime Minister 1997–2007.

Boswell, Ronald Leslie Doyle

National Party Senator for Queensland 1983– . Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Transport and Regional Services (20 July 1999 – 7 October 2003) in the Howard government.

Brough, Malcolm (Mal) Thomas

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1996–2007 (Longman). Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Employment, Workplace Relations and Small Business (16 February 2000 – 30 January 2001), Minister for Employment Services (14 February 2001 – 18 July 2004), Minister Assisting the Minister for Defence (7 October 2003 – 18 July 2004), Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer (18 July 2004 – 27 January 2006), Minister for Families and Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (27 January 2006 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

Brownhill, David Gordon Cadell

National Party Senator for New South Wales 1984–87 and 1987–2000. Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Trade (11 March 1996 – 21 October 1998), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Primary Industries and Energy (11 March 1996 – 9 October 1997) in the Howard government.

Bush (Jr), George Walker

Republican Party President of the United States 2001–2009.

Cadman, Alan Glyndwr

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1974–2007 (Mitchell). Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Workplace Relations and Small Business (18 July 1997 – 21 October 1998) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 240.

Cairns, James (Jim) Ford

Labor Party Member of the House of Representatives 1955–69 (Yarra) and 1969–77 (Lalor). Deputy Prime Minister (12 June 1974 – 2 July 1975), Minister for Secondary Industry (19 December 1972 – 9 October 1973), Minister for Overseas Trade (19 December 1972 – 11 December 1974), Treasurer (11 December 1974 – 6 June 1975), Minister for Environment (6 June 1975 – 2 July 1975) in the Whitlam government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 95.

Cameron, Ross Alexander

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1996–2004 (Parramatta). Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Family and Community Services (26 November 2001 – 7 October 2003), Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer (7 October 2003 – 22 October 2004) in the Howard government.

Campbell, Ian Gordon

Liberal Party Senator for Western Australia 1990–2007. Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer (11 November 1996 – 21 October 1998 and 26 November 2001 – 7 October 2003), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for the Environment and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Sport, Territories and Local Government (11 March 1996 – 11 November 1996), Parliamentary Secretary to the Leader of the Government in the Senate (11 March 1996 – 11 November 1996), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts (21 October 1998 – 26 November 2001), Minister for Local Government, Territories and Roads (7 October 2003 – 18 July 2004), Minister for Environment and Heritage (18 July 2004 – 30 January 2007), Minister for Human Services (30 January 2007 – 9 March 2007) in the Howard government.

Carmody, (Sir) Alan Thomas

Head of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet 1976–78. Carmody had first joined the Public Service in 1937 and was deputy secretary of the Department of Trade in 1962–66 and head of the Department of Customs and Trade in 1966–76.

Clinton, William (Bill) Jefferson

Democratic Party President of the United States 1993–2001.

Cobb, John

National Party Member of the House of Representatives 2001–2004 (Parkes) and 2007– (Calare). Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Transport and Regional Services (16 November 2004 – 6 July 2005), Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs (6 July 2005 – 27 January 2006), Minister for Community Services (27 January 2006 – 30 January 2007), Assistant Minister for the Environment and Water Resources (30 January 2007 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 988.

Colbeck, Richard Mansell

Liberal Party Senator for Tasmania 2002– . Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (26 October 2004 – 27 January 2006), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Finance and Administration (27 January 2006 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

Peter Coleman

Liberal Member of the House of Representatives 1981–87 (Wentworth). Coleman was a New South Wales parliamentarian 1968–79, Administrator of Norfolk Island 1979–81 and editor of The Bulletin and Quadrant.

Colston, (Mal)

Independent Senator for Queensland 1996–99, formerly Labor Senator for Queensland.

Coonan, Helen Lloyd

Liberal Party Senator for New South Wales 1996– . Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer (26 November 2001 – 18 July 2004), Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts (18 July 2004 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

Coppin, Ray

Commonwealth driver and assistant at The Lodge during the Menzies and Holt governments.

Cosgrove, (General) Peter

Chief of the Defence Force (4 July 2002 – 3 July 2005). General Cosgrove had previously served as Chief of Army and had been in command of the Australian-led INTERFET mission in East Timor. He was Australian of the Year in 2001.

Costello, Peter Howard

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1990– (Higgins). Treasurer (11 March 1996 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 684.

Crean, Simon Findlay

Labor Party Member of the House of Representatives 1990– (Hotham) and Leader of the Opposition (2001–03). Minister Assisting the Prime Minister on Science (4 April 1990 – 4 June 1991), Minister Assisting the Treasurer (4 April 1990 – 4 June 1991), Minister for Science and Technology (4 April 1990 – 4 June 1991) in the Hawke government, Minister for Primary Industries and Energy (4 June 1991 – 23 December 1993) in the Hawke and Keating governments, Minister for Employment, Education and Training (23 December 1993 – 11 March 1996) in the Keating government and Minister for Trade (3 December 2007 – ) in the Rudd government. The son of Frank Crean.

Deane, (Sir) William Patrick

Governor-General of Australia 1996–2001 and a judge of the High Court 1982–95.

Downer, Alexander John Gosse

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1984–2008 (Mayo). Minister for Foreign Affairs (11 March 1996 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government. The son of AR Downer and grandson of JW and Una Downer.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 447.

Dutton, Peter

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 2001– (Dickson). Minister for Workforce Participation (26 October 2004 – 27 January 2006), Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer (27 January 2006 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

Elizabeth II, Queen

British monarch and Queen of Australia, succeeding to the throne on the death of her father King George VI in 1952.

Ellison, Christopher (Chris) Martin

Liberal Party Senator for Western Australia 1993–2009. Minister for Customs and Consumer Affairs (18 July 1997 – 9 October 1997), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Health and Family Services and to the Attorney-General (13 February 1997 – 18 July 1997), Minister for Schools, Vocational Education and Training (9 October 1997 – 21 October 1998), Minister Assisting the Attorney-General (18 July 1997 – 9 October 1997), Special Minister of State (21 October 1998 – 30 January 2001), Minister for Justice and Customs (30 January 2001 – 9 March 2007), Minister for Human Services (9 March 2007 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

Entsch, Warren George

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1996–2007 (Leichhardt). Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Industry, Science and Resources (21 October 1998 – 26 November 2001), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Industry, Tourism and Resources (26 November 2001 – 27 January 2006) in the Howard government.

Evans, Gareth John

Labor Party Senator for Victoria 1978–96. Attorney-General (11 March 1983 – 13 December 1984), Minister for Resources and Energy (13 December 1984 – 24 July 1987), Minister Assisting the Prime Minister (13 December 1984 – 24 July 1987), Minister Assisting the Minister for Foreign Affairs (13 December 1984 – 24 July 1987), Minister for Transport and Communications (24 July 1987 – 2 September 1988) in the Hawke government, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade (2 September 1988 – 24 March 1993) in the Hawke and Keating governments, Minister for Foreign Affairs (24 March 1993 – 11 March 1996) in the Keating government. Labor Member of the House of Representatives (1996–1999).

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 339.

Fahey, John Joseph

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1996–01 (Macarthur). Minister for Finance (11 March 1996 – 9 October 1997), Minister for Finance and Administration (9 October 1997 – 26 November 2001) in the Howard government.

Farmer, Pat

Liberal Party Member of House of Representatives 2001– (Macarthur). Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Education, Science and Training (26 October 2004 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

Fischer, Timothy Andrew

National Party Member of the House of Representatives 1984–2001 (Farrer). Deputy Prime Minister (11 March 1996 – 20 July 1999), Minister for Trade (11 March 1996 – 20 July 1999) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 531.

Forde, Francis (Frank) Michael

Labor Party Member of the House of Representatives 1922–46 (Capricornia). Assistant Minister for Customs (22 October 1929 – 4 February 1931), Trade and Customs (4 February 1931 – 6 January 1932), Prime Minister (6 July 1945 – 13 July 1945) and Minister for the Army (7 October 1941 – 1 November 1946) in the Curtin and Chifley governments as well as his own, Minister for Defence (15 August 1946 – 1 November 1946) in the Chifley government.

Read more about Francis Forde.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 81.

Fraser, John Malcolm

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1955–83 (Wannon) and Prime Minister 1975–83. Minister for the Army (26 January 1966 – 28 February 1968) in the Holt, McEwen and Gorton governments, Minister for Education and Science (28 February 1968 – 12 November 1969), Minister for Defence (12 November 1969 – 8 March 1971) in the Gorton government, Minister for Education and Science (20 August 1971 – 5 December 1972) in the McMahon government.

Read more about Malcolm Fraser.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 51.

Gallus, Christine (Chris) Ann

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1990–93 (Hawker) and 1993–04 (Hindmarsh). Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Reconciliation and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs (30 January 2001 – 26 November 2001), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Foreign Affairs (26 November 2001 – 18 July 2004) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 566.

Gambaro, Teresa

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1996–2007 (Petrie). Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Defence (18 July 2004 – 27 January 2006), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Foreign Affairs (27 January 2006 – 30 January 2007), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Immigration and Citizenship (30 January 2007 – 21 March 2007), Assistant Minister for Immigration and Citizenship (21 March 2007 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

Gibson, Brian Francis

Liberal Party Senator for Tasmania 1993–2002. Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer (11 March 1996 – 15 October 1996) in the Howard government.

Gusmao, Xanana

President of East Timor 2002–2007, Prime Minister of East Timor 2007– , and formerly leader of the independence movement.

Harradine, Brian

Independent Senator for Tasmania 1975–2005 and a former member of the Labor Party, expelled in 1975.

Hawke, Robert (Bob) James Lee

Labor Party Member of the House of Representatives 1980–92 (Wills) and Prime Minister 1983–91.

Read more about Bob Hawke.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 390.

Hayden, William (Bill) George

Governor-General 1989–96. Labor Party Member of the House of Representatives 1961–88 (Oxley). Minister for Social Security (19 December 1972 – 6 June 1975), Treasurer (6 June 1975 – 11 November 1975) in the Whitlam government, Minister for Foreign Affairs (11 March 1983 – 24 July 1987), Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade (24 July 1987 – 17 August 1988) in the Hawke government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 626.

Haylen, Leslie (Les) Clement

Labor Member of the House of Representatives 1943–63 (Parkes). Haylen had been news editor of the Australian Women’s Weekly from 1933 until he joined the Daily Telegraph, being dismissed in 1943 when he became a Labor candidate.

Heffernan, William (Bill) Daniel

Liberal Party Senator for New South Wales 1996– . Parliamentary Secretary (Cabinet) (21 October 1998 – 19 March 2002) in the Howard government.

Herron, John Joseph

Liberal Party Senator for Queensland 1990–2002. Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs (11 March 1996 – 30 January 2001) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 924.

Hewson, John

Liberal Member of the House of Representatives 1987–95 (Wentworth), Leader of the Liberal Party and Leader of the Opposition from 1990–94.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 620.

Higgins, Henry Bournes

Protectionist Member of the House of Representatives 1901–06 (North Melbourne), and Attorney-General in the Watson Labor government (1904). In 1906 Higgins was appointed a judge of the High Court, with the special duty of presiding over the Conciliation and Arbitration Court. As a federationist and member of the Victorian parliament, Higgins had been a delegate to the 1897–98 federation convention.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 180.

Higgs, William Guy

Labor Member of the House of Representatives 1910–20, Independent 1920, Nationalist 1920–22 (Capricornia). Treasurer (27 October 1915 – 27 October 1916) in the Hughes government.

Hill, Robert Murray

Liberal Party Senator for South Australia 1981–2006. Minister for the Environment (11 March 1996 – 21 October 1998), Minister for the Environment and Heritage (21 October 1998 – 26 November 2001), Minister for Defence (26 November 2001 – 20 January 2006) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 368.

Hockey, Joseph (Joe) Benedict

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1996– (North Sydney). Minister for Financial Services and Regulation (21 October 1998 – 26 November 2001), Minister for Small Business and Tourism (26 November 2001 – 26 October 2004), Minister for Human Services (26 October 2004 – 30 January 2007), Minister Assisting the Minister for Workplace Relations (10 August 2006 – 30 January 2007), Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations (30 January 2007 – 3 December 2007), Minister Assisting the Minister for the Public Service (30 January 2007 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 672.

Hollingworth, Peter

Governor-General of Australia 2001–2003. Formerly Archbishop of Brisbane.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 976.

Houston, Air Chief Marshall Allan (Angus) Grant

Chief of the Defence Force 4 July 2005 – . Chief of the Air Force 2001–2005.

Howard, Janette

Prime ministerial wife 1996–2007.

Hughes, Thomas Eyre Forrest

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1963–69 (Parkes) and 1969–72 (Berowra). Attorney-General (12 November 1969 – 22 March 1971) in the Gorton and McMahon governments.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 56.

Hunt, Greg

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 2001– (Flinders). Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Environment and Heritage (26 October 2004 – 30 January 2007), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Foreign Affairs (30 January 2007 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

Jeffery, (Major-General) Michael

Governor-General of Australia 2003–2008. He served as Governor of Western Australia from 1993 to 2000 and was the first Australian-born Governor-General to have had a full-time military career.

Jull, David Francis

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1975–83 (Bowman) and 1984– (Fadden). Minister for Administrative Services (11 March 1996 – 25 September 1997) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 985.

Keating, Michael

Secretary, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet 1991–96 and formerly head of the Department of Employment and Industrial Relations, and head of the Department of Finance.

Keating, Paul John

Labor Party Member of the House of Representatives 1969–96 (Blaxland) and Prime Minister (20 December 1991 – 11 March 1996). Minister for Northern Australia (21 October 1975 – 11 November 1975) in the Whitlam government, Treasurer (11 March 1983 – 3 June 1991), Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Commonwealth–State Relations (4 April 1990 – 3 June 1991), Deputy Prime Minister (4 April 1990 – 3 June 1991) in the Hawke government.

Read more about Paul Keating.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 665.

Kelly, De-Anne

National Party member of the House of Representatives 1996–2007 (Dawson). Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Transport and Regional Services (7 October 2003 – 16 November 2004 and 29 September 2006 – 3 December 2007), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Trade (7 October 2003 – 26 October 2004), Minister for Veterans’ Affairs (26 October 2004 – 27 January 2006), Minister Assisting the Minister for Defence (16 November 2004 – 27 January 2006), Parliamentary Secretary (Trade) (27 January 2006 – 29 September 2006) in the Howard government.

Kelly, Jacqueline (Jackie) Marie

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1996–2007 (Lindsay). Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Sydney 2000 Games (21 October 1988 – 30 January 2001), Minister for Sport and Tourism (21 October 1998 – 26 November 2001), Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister (26 November 2001 – 26 October 2004) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 938.

Kemp, Rod

Liberal Party Senator for Victoria 1990–2008. Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Social Security (11 March 1996 – 14 October 1996), Assistant Treasurer (14 October 1996 – 26 November 2001), Minister for the Arts and Sport (26 November 2001 – 30 January 2007) in the Howard government.

Kemp, David Alistair

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1990–2004 (Goldstein). Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Public Service (11 March 1996 – 17 March 1996 and 18 July 1997 – 26 November 2001), Minister Assisting the Minister for Finance for Privatisation (11 March 1996 – 9 October 1997), Minister for Schools, Vocational Education and Training (11 March 1996 – 9 October 1997), Minister for Employment, Education, Training and Youth Affairs (9 October 1997 – 21 October 1998), Minister for Education, Training and Youth Affairs (21 October 1998 – 26 November 2001), Vice-President of the Executive Council (21 October 1998 – 14 July 2004), Minister for Environment and Heritage (26 November 2001 – 14 July 2004) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 690.

Kemp, Charles Denton

As economic adviser to the Institute of Public Affairs, Victoria, Kemp’s ‘Looking Forward’ paper influenced the policy direction of the new Liberal Party in 1944. He was director of the Institute of Public Affairs 1948–76.

Kernot, Cheryl

Australian Democrats Party Senator for Queensland 1993–97, Labor Party Member of the House of Representatives 1997–2001 (Dickson).

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 953.

Kerr, (Sir) John Robert

Governor-General of Australia 1974–77.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 266.

Koizumi, Junichiro

Prime Minister of Japan 2001–06.

Latham, Mark

Australian Labor Party Member of the House of Representatives 1994–2005 (Werriwa). Leader of the Opposition from 2 December 2003 to 18 January 2005.

Lawrence, James (Larry) Anthony

National Party Member of the House of Representatives 1996–2004 (Richmond). Parliamentary Secretary (Trade) (21 October 1998 – 20 July 1999), Minister for Community Services (20 July 1999 – 26 November 2001), Minister for Children and Youth Affairs (26 November 2001 – 22 October 2004) in the Howard government. Son of Doug and Margot Anthony, grandson of HL and Mary Anthony.

Lees, Meg Heather

Senator for South Australia 1990–2002 for the Australian Democrats, Australian Progressive Alliance Senator 2002–05.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 977.

Ley, Sussan Penelope

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 2001– (Farrer). Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Family and Community Services (Children and Youth Affairs) (26 October 2004 – 27 January 2006), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (27 January 2006 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

Lloyd, Jim

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1996–2007 (Robertson). Minister for Local Government, Territories and Roads (18 July 2004 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

Lynch, Phillip Reginald

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1966–82 (Flinders). Minister for the Army (28 February 1968 – 12 November 1969) in the Gorton government, Minister for Immigration and Minister Assisting the Treasurer (12 November 1969 – 22 March 1971) in the Gorton and McMahon governments, Minister for Labour and National Service (22 March 1971 – 5 December 1972) in the McMahon government, Treasurer (11 November 1975 – 19 November 1977), Minister for Finance (7 December 1976 – 19 November 1977), Minister for Industry and Commerce (20 December 1977 – 7 May 1982) in the Fraser government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 76.

Macdonald, Ian Douglas

Liberal Party Senator for Queensland 1990– . Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for the Environment (11 November 1996 – 21 October 1998), Minister for Regional Services, Territories and Local Government (21 October 1998 – 26 November 2001), Minister for Forestry and Conservation (26 November 2001 – 14 November 2002), Minister for Fisheries, Forestry and Conservation (14 November 2002 – 27 January 2006) in the Howard government.

Macdonald, John Alexander Lindsay

National Party (Nationals) Senator for New South Wales 1993–99, 2000–08. Parliamentary Secretary for Trade (7 June 2005 – 27 January 2006), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Defence (27 January 2006 – 30 January 2007) in the Howard government.

Macfarlane, Ian Elgin

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1998– (Groom). Minister for Small Business (30 January 2001 – 26 November 2001), Minister for Industry, Tourism and Resources (26 November 2001 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

Major, John

Conservative Member of the House of Commons 1976–2001 and Britain’s Prime Minister 1990–97.

McGauran, Peter John

National Party Member of the House of Representatives 1983–2008 (Gippsland). Minister for Science and Technology (11 March 1996 – 9 October 1997), Minister for the Arts and the Centenary of Federation (21 October 1998 – 26 November 2001), Minister for Science (26 November 2001 – 26 October 2004), Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs (26 October 2004 – 6 July 2005), Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (6 July 2005 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

McLachlan, Ian Murray

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1990–98 (Barker). Minister for Defence (11 March 1996 – 21 October 1998) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 674.

McMahon, (Sir) William

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1949–82 (Lowe). Prime Minister (10 March 1971 – 5 December 1972), Minister for Foreign Affairs (6 November 1970 – 22 March 1971) in the Gorton government and his own, Minister for the Navy and Minister for Air (17 July 1951 – 9 July 1954), Minister for Social Services (9 July 1954 – 28 February 1956), Minister for Primary Industry (11 January 1956 – 10 December 1958), Minister for Labour and National Service (10 December 1958 – 26 January 1966), Vice-President of the Executive Council (10 June 1964 – 26 January 1966) in the second Menzies government, Treasurer (26 January 1966 –12 November 1969) in the Holt, McEwen and Gorton governments, Minister for External Affairs (12 November 1969 – 6 November 1970) in the Gorton government.

Read more about William McMahon.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 41.

Menzies, (Sir) Robert Gordon

United Australia Party/Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives (Kooyong) 1934–66 and Prime Minister 1939–41 and 1949–66. During his terms as Prime Minister he also served as Treasurer (26 April 1939 – 14 March 1940), Minister for Defence Co-ordination (13 November 1939 – 29 August 1941), Minister for Trade and Customs (23 February 1940 – 14 March 1940), Minister for Information (14 March 1940 – 13 December 1940), Minister for Munitions (11 June 1940 – 28 October 1940), Vice-President of the Executive Council (7 March 1951 – 11 May 1951), Minister for External Affairs (4 February 1960 – 22 December 1961), Minister in charge of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (22 December 1961 – 16 February 1962). In the Lyons government Menzies had been Attorney-General (1934–39) and Minister for Industry (1934–39). In the Fadden government he was Minister for Defence Co-ordination (29 August 1941 – 7 October 1941). He had been a Victorian parliamentarian 1928–34.

Read more about Robert Menzies.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 54.

Miles, Christopher Gordon

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1984–98 (Braddon). Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister (11 March 1996 – 21 October 1998) in the Howard government.

Minchin, Nicholas (Nick) Hugh

Liberal Party Senator for South Australia 1993– . Minister Assisting the Prime Minister (9 October 1997 – 21 October 1998), Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister (11 March 1996 – 9 October 1997), Special Minister of State (9 October 1997 – 21 October 1998), Minister for Industry, Science and Resources (21 October 1998 – 26 November 2001), Minister for Finance and Administration (26 November 2001 – 3 December 2007), Vice-President of the Executive Council (18 July 2004 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

Moore, John Colinton

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1975–2001 (Ryan). Minister for Business and Consumer Affairs (3 November 1980 – 20 April 1981) in the Fraser government, Minister for Industry, Science and Tourism (11 March 1996 – 21 October 1998), Vice-President of the Executive Council (11 March 1996 – 21 October 1998), Minister for Defence (21 October 1998 – 30 January 2001) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 284.

Moore-Wilton, Max

Secretary of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet 1996–2002. He held senior positions in the private sector and the Australian and New South Wales public service before taking up his appointment in 1996.

Moylan, Judith Eleanor

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1993– (Pearce). Minister for Family Services (11 March 1996 – 9 October 1997), Minister for the Status of Women (9 October 1997 – 21 October 1998) in the Howard government.

Mugabe, Robert

Prime Minister of Zimbabwe 1980–87. Executive President 1987– .

Nairn, Gary

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1996–2007 (Eden-Monaro). Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister (26 October 2004 – 27 January 2006), Special Minister of State (27 January 2006 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 292.

Nelson, Brendan John

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1996–2009 (Bradfield). Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Defence (30 January 2001 – 26 November 2001), Minister for Education, Science and Training (26 November 2001 – 27 January 2006), Minister for Defence (27 January 2006 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government. Leader of the Opposition (3 December 2007 – 16 September 2008).

Newman, Jocelyn Margaret

Liberal Party Senator for Tasmania 1986–2002. Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Status of Women (11 March 1996 – 9 October 1997 and 21 October 1998 – 30 January 2001), Minister for Social Security (11 March 1996 – 9 October 1997), Minister for Family and Community Services (21 October 1998 – 30 January 2001) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 949.

Parer, Warwick Raymond

Liberal Party Senator for Queensland 1984–2000. Minister for Resources and Energy (11 March 1996 – 21 October 1998) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 701.

Patterson, Kay Christine Lesley

Liberal Party Senator for Victoria 1987–2008. Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs (21 October 1998 – 26 November 2001), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Foreign Affairs (16 February 2000 – 26 November 2001), Minister for Health and Ageing (26 November 2001 – 7 October 2003), Minister for Family and Community Services (7 October 2003 – 27 January 2006), Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Status of Women (7 October 2003 – 26 October 2004), Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Women’s Issues (26 October 2004 – 27 January 2006) in the Howard government.

Peacock, Andrew Sharp

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1966–94 (Kooyong). Minister Assisting the Prime Minister (12 November 1969 – 27 May 1971), Minister for the Army (12 November 1969 – 2 February 1972) in the Gorton and McMahon governments, Minister for External Territories (25 January 1972 – 5 December 1972), Minister Assisting the Treasurer (27 May 1971 – 2 February 1972) in the McMahon government, Minister for Foreign Affairs (11 November 1975 – 3 November 1980), Minister for Environment (11 November 1975 – 22 December 1975), Minister for Industrial Relations (3 November 1980 – 16 April 1981), Minister for Industry and Commerce (7 May 1982 – 11 March 1983) in the Fraser government. Ambassador to the United States 1997–2000.

Pearce, Chris

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 2001– (Aston). Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer (26 October 2004 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

Prosser, Geoffrey Daniel

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1987–2007 (Forrest). Minister for Small Business and Consumer Affairs (11 March 1996 – 18 July 1997) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 986.

Pyne, Christopher

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1993– (Sturt). Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Family and Community Services (7 October 2003 – 26 October 2004), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Health and Ageing (26 October 2004 – 30 January 2007), Assistant Minister for Health and Ageing (30 January 2007 – 21 March 2007), Minister for Ageing (21 March 2007 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

Reith, Peter Keaston

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1982–2001 (Flinders). Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Public Service (17 March 1996 – 18 July 1997), Minister for Industrial Relations (11 March 1996 – 18 July 1997), Minister for Workplace Relations and Small Business (18 July 1997 – 21 October 1998), Minister for Employment, Workplace Relations and Small Business (21 October 1998 – 30 January 2001), Minister for Defence (30 January 2001 – 26 November 2001) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 590.

Ronaldson, Michael John Clyde

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1990–2001 (Ballarat). Liberal Party Senator for Victoria 2005– . Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Transport and Regional Development (14 October 1996 – 21 October 1998) in the Howard government.

Ruddock, Philip Maxwell

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1973–77 (Parramatta), 1977–93 (Dundas) and 1993– (Berowra). Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs (11 March 1996 – 26 November 2001), Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Reconciliation (21 October 1998 – 30 January 2001 and 26 November 2001 – 7 October 2003), Minister for Reconciliation and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs (30 January 2001 – 26 November 2001), Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs (26 November 2001 – 7 October 2003), Attorney-General (7 October 2003 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 298.

Scott, Bruce Craig

National Party Member of the House of Representatives 1990– (Maranoa). Minister for Veterans' Affairs (11 March 1996 – 26 November 2001), Minister Assisting the Minister for Defence (21 October 1998 – 26 November 2001) in the Howard government.

Sharp, John Randall

National Party Member of the House of Representatives 1984–93 (Gilmore) and 1993–98 (Hume). Minister for Transport and Regional Development (11 March 1996 – 25 September 1997) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 678.

Shergold, Peter Roger

Secretary of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet February 2003–08. He had previously held a number of senior public service positions, including Public Service Commissioner and Secretary of the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations and Small Business.

Short, James Robert

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1975–80 (Ballaarat); Senator for Victoria 1984–97. Assistant Treasurer (11 March 1996 – 14 October 1996) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 588.

Sinodinos, Arthur

Chief of Staff to Prime Minister John Howard 1996–2006.

Slipper, Peter Neil

Member of the House of Representatives for the National Party 1984–87 and for the Liberal Party 1993– (Fisher). Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Finance and Administration (21 October 1998 – 26 October 2004), Acting Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister (14 March 2002 – 7 October 2003) in the Howard government.

Smith, Warwick Leslie

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1984–93 and 1996–98 (Bass). Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games (7 May 1996 – 9 October 1997), Minister for Sport, Territories and Local Government (11 March 1996 – 9 October 1997), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Environment (11 March 1996 – 9 October 1997), Minister for Family Services (9 October 1997 – 21 October 1998) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 602.

Snedden, (Sir) Billy Mackie

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1955–83 (Bruce). Member of the Executive Council without Office (18 December 1963 – 4 March 1964) in the second Menzies government, Attorney-General (4 March 1964 – 14 December 1966) in the second Menzies and Holt governments, Minister for Immigration (14 December 1966 – 12 November 1969) in the Holt, McEwen and Gorton governments, Minister for Labour and National Service (12 November 1969 – 22 March 1971) in the Gorton and McMahon governments, Treasurer (22 March 1971 – 5 December 1972) in the McMahon government. Leader of the Opposition (20 December 1972 – 21 March 1975).

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 77.

Soeharto

President of Indonesia 1968–98.

Somlyay, Alexander Michael

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1990– (Fairfax). Minister for Regional Development, Territories and Local Government (9 October 1997 – 21 October 1998) in the Howard government.

Stone, Sharman Nancy

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1996– (Murray). Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for the Environment and Heritage (21 October 1998 – 26 October 2004), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Finance and Administration (26 October 2004 – 27 January 2006), Minister for Workforce Participation (27 January 2006 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

Sukarnoputri, Megawati

President of Indonesia 2001–04.

Sullivan (Martin), Kathryn (Kathy) Jean

Liberal Party Senator for Queensland 1974–84 (as Kathy Martin) and Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1984–2001 (Moncrieff). Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Foreign Affairs (9 October 1997 – 16 February 2000) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 363.

Tambling, Grant Ernest John

National/Country Party Member of the House of Representatives 1980–83 (Northern Territory) and Country-Liberal Party Senator for the Northern Territory 1987–2001. Parliamentary secretary to the Minister for Social Security (14 October 1996 – 21 October 1998), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Transport and Regional Development (11 March 1996 – 14 October 1996), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Health and Aged Care (21 October 1998 – 26 November 2001) in the Howard government.

Thomson, Andrew Peter

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1995–2001 (Wentworth). Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games (9 October 1997 – 21 October 1998), Parliamentary Secretary (Foreign Affairs) (11 March 1996 – 9 October 1997), Minister for Sport, Territories and Local Government (9 October 1997 – 21 October 1998), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Environment (9 October 1997 – 21 October 1998) in the Howard government.

Troeth, Judith Mary

Liberal Party Senator for Victoria 1993– . Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Primary Industries and Energy (9 October 1997 – 21 October 1998), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (21 October 1998 – 26 October 2004) in the Howard government.

Truss, Warren Errol

National Party Member of the House of Representatives 1990– (Wide Bay). Minister for Customs and Consumer Affairs (9 October 1997 – 21 October 1998), Minister for Community Services (21 October 1998 – 20 July 1999), Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (20 July 1999 – 6 July 2005), Minister for Transport and Regional Services (6 July 2005 – 29 September 2006), Minister for Trade (29 September 2006 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government.

Tuckey, Charles Wilson

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1980– (O’Connor). Minister Assisting the Prime Minister (21 October 1998 – 26 November 2001), Minister for Forestry and Conservation (21 October 1998 – 26 November 2001), Minister for Regional Services, Territories and Local Government (25 January 2002 – 7 October 2003) in the Howard government.

Turnbull, Malcolm Bligh

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 2004– (Wentworth), Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister (27 January 2006 – 30 January 2007), Minister for the Environment and Water Resources (30 January 2007 – 3 December 2007) in the Howard government, and Leader of the Opposition (15 September 2008 – ).

Vaile, Mark Anthony James

National Party Member of the House of Representatives 1993–2008 (Lyne). Minister for Transport and Regional Development (9 October 1997 – 21 October 1998), Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (21 October 1998 – 20 July 1999), Minister for Trade (20 July 1999 – 29 September 2006), Minister for Transport and Regional Services (29 September 2006 – 3 December 2007), Deputy Prime Minister (6 July 2005 – 3 December 2007) and Leader of the National Party (6 July 2005 – 5 December 2007) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 696.

Vale, Danna Sue

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1996– (Hughes). Minister for Veterans' Affairs (26 November 2001 – 26 October 2004), Minister Assisting the Minister for Defence (26 November 2001 – 7 October 2003) in the Howard government.

Vanstone, Amanda Eloise

Liberal Party Senator for South Australia 1984–2007. Minister for Employment, Education, Training and Youth Affairs (11 March 1996 – 9 October 1997), Minister for Justice (9 October 1997 – 21 October 1998), Minister for Justice and Customs (21 October 1998 – 30 January 2001), Minister for Family and Community Services (30 January 2001 – 7 October 2003), Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Status of Women (30 January 2001 – 7 October 2003), Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Reconciliation (7 October 2003– 26 October 2004), Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs (7 October 2003 – 27 January 2006), Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs (27 January 2006 – 30 January 2007), Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Indigenous Affairs (26 October 2004 – 27 January 2006) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 646.

Wen, Jiabao

Premier of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China 2003– .

Whitlam, Edward Gough

Labor Party Member of the House of Representatives 1952–78 (Werriwa). Prime Minister (5 December 1972 – 11 November 1975), Minister for Foreign Affairs, Treasurer, Attorney-General, Minister for Customs and Excise, Minister for Trade and Industry, Minister for Shipping and Transport, Minister for Education and Science, Minister for Civil Aviation, Minister for Housing, Minister for Works, Minister for External Territories, Minister for Environment, Aborigines and the Arts (5 December 1972 – 19 December 1972) in his first two-man ministry, Minister for Foreign Affairs (19 December 1972 – 6 November 1973), Minister for Environment (2 July 1975 – 14 July 1975).

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National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 99.

Williams, Daryl Robert

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1993–2004 (Tangney). Attorney-General (11 March 1996 – 7 October 2003), Minister for Justice (11 March 1996 – 9 October 1997), Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts (7 October 2003 – 18 July 2004) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 685.

Willis, (Sir) Eric

Liberal Party Member of the New South Wales parliament, Premier 1976.

Wilson, (Sir) Harold

Labour Member of the House of Commons 1945–76 and Britain’s Prime Minister 1964–70 and 1974–76. Entered the House of Lords as Lord Wilson of Rievaulx in 1983.

Woods, Robert Leslie

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1987–93 (Lowe) and Liberal Party Senator for New South Wales 1994–97. Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Health and Family Services (11 March 1996 – 3 February 1997) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 532.

Wooldridge, Michael Richard Lewis

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1987–2001 (Chisholm). Minister for Health and Family Services (11 March 1996 – 21 October 1998), Minister for Health and Aged Care (21 October 1998 – 26 November 2001) in the Howard government.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 527.

Worth, Patricia (Trish) Mary

Liberal Party Member of the House of Representatives 1993–2004 (Adelaide). Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Health and Family Services (18 July 1997 – 21 October 1998), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Education, Training and Youth Affairs (21 October 1998 – 26 November 2001), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Health and Ageing (26 November 2001 – 26 October 2004) in the Howard government.

Yeend, (Sir) Geoffrey

Secretary, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet 1978-86. Yeend joined the Public Service in 1945, and worked in the Department of Postwar Reconstruction and Department of the Prime Minister, then as private secretary to the Prime Minister in 1952–55 and Assistant Secretary at the Australian High Commission in London 1958–60, before returning to the Prime Minister's Department.

National Archives of Australia Commonwealth Person CP 982.

Yudhoyono, Susilo Bambang

President of Indonesia 2004– .

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