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Norfolk Island (Female Suffrage 1914). Australian External Pacific Territory with Self government 1979-2015, when the Australian government made it a part of the State of New South Wales. From 1896 it had been run by the Colony of New South Wales and the Federal Australian Government. Today Norfolk Island is a distinct and separate colony of the British Crown, supervised but not owned by Australia.
Also see Norfolk_Island_Parliament
1983-86 Minister of
Community Services Eleanore B. Read
Member of the Legislative Assembly 1983-86.
1989-91 Deputy Premier and
Deputy President of the Legislature Rosemary Gaye Ewans
Member of the Legislative Assembly 1986-91, and Deputy Clerk of the Assembly from 1995.
1989-92 Minister of Social Service
and Health Alice Inez Buffett
First female member of the Legislative Assembly 1981-86 and 1989-92.
1994-97 Member of the
Executive Council and Deputy President of the Legislative Assembly Monica
Member of the Legislative Assembly 1994-97.
1994-97 Minister of Health
and Education Nadia Lozzi-Cuthbertson
Member of the Legislative Assembly 1994-97. There were no female members of the Assembly 1997-2000.
2004-10 Minister of Environment, Agriculture and Fishing Stephanie Vicky Jack
2013-15 Minister of Cultural Heritage and Community
Services, including responsibility for Social Welfare, Health, Employment
and Immigration Robin Adams
2016- Mayor of Norfolk Island
Speaker of the Legislative Assembly 2010-13.
2015-16 Chairperson of the Advisory Council Melissa Ward
2016- General Manager of the Norfolk Island Regional Council Lotta Jackson
Last update 20.07.16