Trevor Mallard

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Trevor Colin Mallard (born 17 June 1954) is a New Zealand politician.wikipedia
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Speaker of the New Zealand House of Representatives

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He was formerly the Member of Parliament for the Hutt South electorate, and is currently a list MP and Speaker of the House.
The current Speaker is Trevor Mallard, who was initially elected on 7 November 2017.

Hutt South

He was formerly the Member of Parliament for the Hutt South electorate, and is currently a list MP and Speaker of the House.
It was previously held by Trevor Mallard of the Labour Party who announced in July 2016 that he will not contest the seat, but will run as a list-only candidate with the intention of becoming Speaker of the House.

51st New Zealand Parliament

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In the 51st Parliament, he was the Labour Party spokesperson for Internal Affairs, and Sport and Recreation.

Fifth Labour Government of New Zealand

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He was a Cabinet minister in the Fifth Labour Government of New Zealand holding portfolios including Environment, Labour, Broadcasting, State Owned Enterprises, Rugby World Cup and Education.

52nd New Zealand Parliament

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During the 2017 general election, Mallard was elected to the 52nd New Zealand Parliament on the Labour Party list.

Onslow College

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Mallard was born in Wellington, and attended Onslow College.

Graham McCready

Police declined to investigate but Graham McCready launched a private prosecution.
Graham McCready is a retired New Zealand accountant, known for successfully taking a private prosecution against MP Trevor Mallard.

Wellington

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Mallard was born in Wellington, and attended Onslow College.
The Speaker of the House, Trevor Mallard, is also a Wellington-based list MP having previously held Hutt South.

2017 New Zealand general election

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During the 2017 general election, Mallard was elected to the 52nd New Zealand Parliament on the Labour Party list.
Contributing to the swing was the 2014 boundary changes which saw the Labour-leaning suburb of Naenae swapped for the National-leaning western hill suburbs of Lower Hutt, and long standing Labour MP Trevor Mallard standing down at the election to contest the party list only.

Hamilton West (New Zealand electorate)

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He held a number of internal party positions until the election of 1984 when he was elected as the party's Member of Parliament (MP) for Hamilton West.

1990 New Zealand general election

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Although he was re-elected in the 1987 election, he lost his seat in the election of 1990.
Many of Labour's talented "class of 84" were sent away, though four of them, Annette King, Jim Sutton, Trevor Mallard and Judy Keall, returned in 1993.

Minister of Education (New Zealand)

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He became Minister of Education, Minister of State Services, and Minister for Sport and Recreation.

Pencarrow (New Zealand electorate)

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Returning to the Wellington area, he contested the seat of Pencarrow in the 1993 election and was successful.
After her retirement in, she was succeeded by Trevor Mallard.

Tau Henare

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In October 2007, Mallard punched National Party MP Tau Henare in a scuffle that took place outside the debating chambers.
Late in the term, he was criticised for refusing to give Trevor Mallard a chance to speak on the use of the Māori language in Parliament, because Mallard wasn't Māori.

David Carter (politician)

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As the opposition was not consulted, as per convention, Trevor Mallard was nominated by Labour and the position was put to a vote on 31 January 2013.

Mike Minogue

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He represented the Hamilton West electorate until the 1984 election, when he lost to Labour Party challenger Trevor Mallard.

Trade Me

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In February 2012, Mallard was accused of ticket scalping on Trade Me when he sold four tickets to the Homegrown music festival for a $246 profit.

Grant Thomas (politician)

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In the 1990 election Thomas stood for the National Party, taking the Hamilton West electorate from Trevor Mallard.

Nick Smith (New Zealand politician)

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Smith is the most recent member of the New Zealand Parliament to be named by the Speaker of the House when, on 8 May 2019, he was named by the Speaker, Trevor Mallard, for misconduct in the house.

Sonja Davies

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Davies became the Labour MP for Pencarrow in 1987 and served two terms, retiring in 1993; Trevor Mallard replaced her.

Chris Bishop (politician)

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He contested the Hutt South electorate at the 2014 election, where he placed second behind incumbent Labour MP Trevor Mallard but entered Parliament as a list MP for the 2014–2017 term.