The Hon. Nathan REES, MP
Member of the Legislative Assembly
Member for Toongabbie
Shadow Minister for Police and Emergency Services, and Shadow Minister for the Arts
Member of the Australian Labor Party
|Member of the NSW Legislative Assembly||24 Mar 2007|| |
|Member for Toongabbie||24 Mar 2007|| |
|Shadow Minister for Police and Emergency Services||11 Apr 2011|| |
|Shadow Minister for the Arts||11 Apr 2011|| |
|Member, Committee on the Independent Commission Against Corruption||22 Jun 2011|| |
|Minister for the Arts||8 Sep 2008||4 Dec 2009||1yr 2mths 27days|| |
|Premier||5 Sep 2008||4 Dec 2009||1yr 2mths 30days|| |
|Minister for the Central Coast||14 Sep 2009||4 Dec 2009||2mths 21days|| |
|Minister for Emergency Services||2 Apr 2007||5 Sep 2008||1yr 5mths 4days|| |
|Minister for Water||27 Feb 2008||5 Sep 2008||6mths 10days|| |
|Minister for Water Utilities||2 Apr 2007||27 Feb 2008||10mths 26days|| |
|Member, Committee on the Health Care Complaints Commission||25 Feb 2010||4 Mar 2011||1yr 8days|| |
Mr Rees' speeches in Hansard
About the Toongabbie Electorate
Outer metropolitan, residential and industrial suburban. Located Sydney, outer western.
Principal suburbs: Blacktown, Girraween, Greystanes, Kings Langley, Lalor Park, Old Toongabbie, Pendle Hill, Prospect, Seven Hills, Toongabbie, Wentworthville.
Area: 30 sq km.
Population: 69,566. Enrolment: 49,171.
For more detailed information see - http://www.elections.nsw.gov.au/state_government_elections/electoral_districts/all_districts_/toongabbie
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