List of New Zealand Labour Party MPs

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The following is an list of members of the New Zealand Labour Party who have served in the New Zealand House of Representatives. The New Zealand Labour Party was originally founded in 1916 with most members having previously been a part of the United Labour Party or Social Democratic Party.

Several MPs were associated with precursors to the New Zealand Labour Party but did not join it in 1916; John Payne and Bill Veitch. Payne supported conscription in World War I, and Veitch was part of the United Labour Party "Remnant" with Alfred Hindmarsh and Andrew Walker. (See pre-1916 MPs)

Name First Elected / Joined Party Electorates Left Party / Parliament Notes
McCombs, JamesJames McCombs 1916* Lyttelton (1916-1917)
Lyttelton (1918-1933)
1933 First elected in by-election, Social Democratic MP 1913-1916 (Lyttelton) & Independent MP 1917-1918 (Lyttelton), died in office
Webb, PaddyPaddy Webb 1916* Grey (1916–1918)
Buller (1933–1946)
1946 First elected in by-election, Social Democratic MP 1913-1916 (Grey) jailed (sedition, 1917), won subsequent by-election (1917), jailed (1918-1920), re-elected in 1933 by-election
Walker, AndrewAndrew Walker 1916* Dunedin North (1916–1919) 1919 United Labour MP 1914-1916 (Dunedin North)
Hindmarsh, AlfredAlfred Hindmarsh 1916* Wellington South (1916–1918) 1918 original Labour (Wellington South) & United Labour MP 1912-1916 (Wellington South)
Holland, HarryHarry Holland 1918 Grey (1918–1919)
Buller (1919–1933)
1933 First elected in by-election, Leader of the Opposition (1926-1928 & 1931-1933), died in office
Fraser, PeterPeter Fraser 1918 Wellington Central (1918–1946)
Brooklyn (1946–1951)
1951 First elected in by-election, Prime Minister (1940-1949), Leader of the Opposition (1949-1950)
Semple, BobBob Semple 1918 Wellington South (1918–1919)
Wellington East (1928–1946)
Miramar (1946–1954)
1954 First elected in by-election
Howard, TedTed Howard 1919 Christchurch South (1919–1939) 1939 Died in office
Sullivan, DanDan Sullivan 1919 Avon (1919–1947) 1947
Savage, Michael JosephMichael Joseph Savage 1919 Auckland West (1919–1940) 1940 Prime Minister (1935-1940), Leader of the Opposition (1933-1935), died in office
Parry, BillBill Parry 1919 Auckland Central (1919–1946)
Arch Hill (1946–1951)
1951
Bartram, FredFred Bartram 1919 Grey Lynn (1919–1928) 1928
Munro, JimJim Munro 1922 Dunedin North (1922–1925)
Dunedin North (1928-1945)
1945 First elected in by-election
O'Brien, JimJim O'Brien 1922 Westland (1922–1925)
Westland (1928-1947)
1947 Died in office
Jordan, BillBill Jordan 1922 Manukau (1922–1936) 1936
Langstone, FrankFrank Langstone 1922 Waimarino (1922–1925)
Waimarino (1928-1946)
Roskill (1946–1949)
1949* Independent MP 1949 (Roskill)
Lee, John A.John A. Lee 1922 Auckland East (1922–1928)
Grey Lynn (1931–1940)
1940* Expelled from Labour Party (1940), Democratic Labour MP 1940-1943 (Grey Lynn)
McIlvride, LewLew McIlvride 1922 Napier (1922–1925) 1925
McKeen, BobBob McKeen 1922 Wellington South (1922–1946)
Island Bay (1946–1954)
1954
Monteith, AlecAlec Monteith 1922 Wellington East (1922–1925) 1925
Armstrong, TimTim Armstrong 1922 Christchurch East (1922–1942) 1942
Mason, RexRex Mason 1926 Eden (1926–1928)
Auckland Suburbs (1928–1946)
Waitakere (1946–1963)
New Lynn (1963–1966)
1966 First elected in by-election
Martin, BillBill Martin 1927 Raglan (1927-1931)
Raglan (1935-1940)
1940 First elected in by-election, appointed to Legislative Council (1946-1950), died in office
Carr, ClydeClyde Carr 1928 Timaru (1928–1962) 1962 Resigned mid-term due to health
Chapman, CharlesCharles Chapman 1928 Wellington North (1928–1946)
Wellington Central (1946–1954)
1954
Barnard, BillBill Barnard 1928 Napier (1928–1940) 1940* Democratic Labour MP 1940-43 (Napier), Independent MP 1943 (Napier)
Nash, WalterWalter Nash 1929 Hutt (1929–1968) 1968 First elected in by-election, Prime Minister (1957-1960), Leader of the Opposition (1951-1957 & 1960-1963), died in office
Coleman, DavidDavid Coleman 1931 Gisborne (1931–1949) 1949
Jones, FredFred Jones 1931 Dunedin South (1931–1946)
St Kilda (1946–1951)
1951
Richards, ArthurArthur Richards 1931 Roskill (1931–1946)
Mount Albert (1946–1947)
1947 Died in office
Schramm, FredFred Schramm 1931 Auckland East (1931–1946) 1946
McCombs, ElizabethElizabeth McCombs 1933 Lyttelton (1933–1935) 1935 New Zealand's first female MP, first elected in by-election, died in office, wife of previous MP
McCombs, TerryTerry McCombs 1935 Lyttelton (1935–1951) 1951 First elected in by-election, son of the two previous MPs
Anderton, BillBill Anderton 1935 Eden (1935–1946)
Auckland Central (1946–1960)
1960
Barclay, JimJim Barclay 1935 Marsden (1935–1943) 1943
Barnes, DavidDavid Barnes 1935 Waitaki (1935–1938) 1938
Barrell, CharlesCharles Barrell 1935 Hamilton (1935–1943) 1943
Burnett, CharlesCharles Burnett 1935 Tauranga (1935–1938) 1938
Campbell, ArchieArchie Campbell 1935 Chalmers (1935–1938) 1938
Christie, BertBert Christie 1935 Waipawa (1935–1938) 1938
Cotterill, JoeJoe Cotterill 1935 Wanganui (1935–1960) 1960
Coulter, RobertRobert Coulter 1935 Waikato (1935–1938)
Raglan (1943–1945)
1945
Cullen, EdwardEdward Cullen 1935 Hawkes Bay (1935–1946)
Hastings (1946–1949)
1949
Denham, WilliamWilliam Denham 1935 Invercargill (1935–1946) 1946
Herring, HoraceHorace Herring 1935 Mid-Canterbury (1935–1938) 1938
Hodgens, JoeJoe Hodgens 1935 Palmerston (1935–1938)
Palmerston North (1938–1946)
1946
Hultquist, GordonGordon Hultquist 1935 Bay of Plenty (1935–1941) 1941
Hunter, LowrieLowrie Hunter 1935 Manawatu (1935–1938) 1938
Lyon, BillBill Lyon 1935 Waitemata (1935–1941) 1941
Roberts, BenBen Roberts 1935 Wairarapa (1935–1946) 1946
Robertson, JohnJohn Robertson 1935* Masterton (1935–1943) 1943 Social Democratic MP 1911-1914 (Otaki)
McMillan, GervanGervan McMillan 1935 Dunedin West (1935–1943) 1943
Meachen, TedTed Meachen 1935 Wairau (1935–1938)
Marlborough (1938–1946)
1946
Moncur, AlexAlex Moncur 1935 Rotorua (1935–1943) 1943
Neilson, PeterPeter Neilson 1935 Dunedin Central (1935–1946) 1946
Nordmeyer, ArnoldArnold Nordmeyer 1935 Oamaru (1935–1949)
Brooklyn (1951–1954)
Island Bay (1954–1969)
1969 Leader of the Opposition (1963-1965)
Petrie, CharlesCharles Petrie 1935 Hauraki (1935–1938)
Otahuhu (1938–1949)
1949
Thorn, JimJim Thorn 1935 Thames (1935–1946) 1946
Williams, MorganMorgan Williams 1935 Kaiapoi (1935–1946) 1946
Wilson, OrmondOrmond Wilson 1935 Rangitikei (1935–1938)
Palmerston North (1946–1949)
1949
Ratana, TokoToko Ratana 1936* Western Māori (1936–1944) 1944 Ratana MP 1935-1936 (Western Māori), died in office
Tirikatene, ErueraEruera Tirikatene 1936* Southern Māori (1936–1967) 1967 Ratana MP 1932-1936 (Southern Māori)
Osborne, ArthurArthur Osborne 1936 Manukau (1936–1938)
Onehunga (1938–1953)
1953 First elected in by-election
Boswell, CharlesCharles Boswell 1938 Bay of Islands (1938–1943) 1943
Combs, HarryHarry Combs 1938 Wellington Suburbs (1938–1946)
Onslow (1946–1954)
1954
Frost, FredFred Frost 1938 New Plymouth (1938–1943) 1943
Paikea, Paraire KarakaParaire Karaka Paikea 1938 Northern Māori (1938–1943) 1943 Died in office
Skinner, JerryJerry Skinner 1938 Motueka (1938–1946)
Buller (1946–1962)
1962 Died in office
Stewart, CatherineCatherine Stewart 1938 Wellington West (1938–1943) 1943 Second female MP
Macfarlane, BobBob Macfarlane 1939 Christchurch South (1939–1946)
Christchurch Central (1946–1969)
1969 First elected in by-election
Carr, PeterPeter Carr 1940 Auckland West (1940–1946) 1946 First elected in by-election
Dreaver, MaryMary Dreaver 1940 Waitemata (1940–1943) 1943 First elected in by-election, third female MP
Howard, MabelMabel Howard 1943 Christchurch East (1943–1946)
Sydenham (1946–1969)
1969 First elected in by-election, first female Cabinet Minister, 1947–1949, 1957–1960
Paikea, Tapihana ParaireTapihana Paraire Paikea 1943 Northern Maori (1943–1963) 1963 Son of previous MP
Connolly, PhilipPhilip Connolly 1943 Dunedin West (1943–1946)
Dunedin Central (1946–1963)
1963
Hackett, FredFred Hackett 1943 Grey Lynn (1943–1963) 1963 Died in office
Omana, TiakiTiaki Omana 1943 Eastern Maori (1943–1963) 1963
Armstrong, TommyTommy Armstrong 1943 Napier (1943–1951) 1951
Ratana, MatiuMatiu Ratana 1945 Western Maori (1945–1949) 1949 First elected in by-election, brother of previous MP
Walls, RobertRobert Walls 1945 Dunedin North (1945–1946)
North Dunedin (1946–1953)
1953 First elected in by-election
Hudson, WalterWalter Hudson 1946 Mornington (1946–1963) 1963
Finlay, MartynMartyn Finlay 1946 North Shore (1946–1949)
Waitakere (1963–1978)
1978
Moohan, MickMick Moohan 1946 Petone (1946–1967) 1967 Died in office
Macdonald, RitchieRitchie Macdonald 1946 Ponsonby (1946–1963)
Grey Lynn (1963–1969)
1969
Baxter, AlanAlan Baxter 1946 Raglan (1946–1949) 1949
McLagan, AngusAngus McLagan 1946 Riccarton (1946–1956) 1956
Skinner, TomTom Skinner 1946 Tamaki (1946–1949) 1949
Kearins, PaddyPaddy Kearins 1946 Waimarino (1946–1954) 1954
Mathison, JockJock Mathison 1947 Avon (1947–1972) 1972 First elected in by-election
Freer, WarrenWarren Freer 1947 Mount Albert (1947–1981) 1981 First elected in by-election
Kent, JimJim Kent 1947 Westland (1947–1960) 1960 First elected in by-election
Keeling, RegReg Keeling 1949 Gisborne (1949-1951)
Gisborne (1954-1960)
Grey Lynn (1963)
1963 Re-elected in 1963 by-election
Stewart, JohnJohn Stewart 1951 Arch Hill (1951–1954) 1954
McMillan, EthelEthel McMillan 1953 North Dunedin (1953–1963)
Dunedin North (1963–1975)
1975 First elected in by-election
Watt, HughHugh Watt 1953 Onehunga (1953–1975) 1975 First elected in by-election, Acting PM (1974)
May, HenryHenry May 1954 Onslow (1954–1963)
Porirua (1963–1969)
Western Hutt (1969–1975)
1975 First elected in by-election
Keating, TedTed Keating 1954 Hastings (1954–1960) 1960
Edwards, JimJim Edwards 1954 Napier (1954–1966) 1966* Independent MP 1966 (Napier)
Skoglund, PhilPhil Skoglund 1954 Palmerston North (1954–1960) 1960
Ratana, Iriaka MatiuIriaka Matiu Ratana 1954 Western Maori (1954–1969) 1969 First elected in by-election, wife of previous MP, first female Māori MP
Fox, BillBill Fox 1954 Miramar (1954–1966) 1966
Kitts, FrankFrank Kitts 1954 Wellington Central (1954–1960) 1960 Concurrently Mayor of Wellington (1956-1974)
Boord, RayRay Boord 1954 Rotorua (1954–1960) 1960
Holloway, PhilPhil Holloway 1954 Heretaunga (1954–1960) 1960
King, NormanNorman King 1954 Waitemata (1954–1969)
Birkenhead (1969–1975)
1975
Deas, JamesJames Deas 1954 Otahuhu (1954–1963) 1963 Died in office
Connelly, MickMick Connelly 1956 Riccarton (1956–1969)
Wigram (1969–1978)
Yaldhurst (1978–1984)
1984 First elected in by-election
Fraser, BillBill Fraser 1957 St Kilda (1957–1981) 1981
Faulkner, ArthurArthur Faulkner 1957 Roskill (1957–1981) 1981
Tizard, BobBob Tizard 1957 Tamaki (1957–1960)
Otahuhu (1963)
Pakuranga (1963–1972)
Otahuhu (1972–1984)
Panmure (1984–1990)
1990 Re-elected in 1963 by-election
Kirk, NormanNorman Kirk 1957 Lyttelton (1957–1969)
Sydenham (1969–1974)
1974 Prime Minister (1972-1974), Leader of the Opposition (1965-1972), died in office
Whitehead, StanStan Whitehead 1957 Nelson (1957–1976) 1976
Pickering, NevilleNeville Pickering 1957 St Albans (1957–1960) 1960
Spooner, GeorgeGeorge Spooner 1960 Wanganui (1960–1969) 1969
Bailey, RonRon Bailey 1960 Heretaunga (1960–1981) 1981
Douglas, NormanNorman Douglas 1960 Auckland Central (1960–1975) 1975
Blanchfield, PaddyPaddy Blanchfield 1960 Westland (1960–1972)
West Coast (1972–1978)
1978
Rowling, BillBill Rowling 1962 Buller (1962–1972)
Tasman (1972–1984)
1984 First elected in by-election, Prime Minister (1974-1975), Leader of the Opposition (1975-1983)
Arthur, BasilBasil Arthur 1962 Timaru (1962–1985) 1985 First elected in by-election, died in office
Rata, MatiuMatiu Rata 1963 Northern Māori (1963–1979) 1979* First elected in by-election, Independent MP 1979-1980 (Northern Māori), lost subsequent 1980 by-election
Amos, PhilPhil Amos 1963 Manurewa (1963–1975) 1975
MacDonell, BrianBrian MacDonell 1963 Dunedin Central (1963–1983) 1983* Independent MP 1983-1984 (Dunedin Central)
Moyle, ColinColin Moyle 1963 Manukau (1963–1969)
Mangere (1969–1977)
Hunua (1981–1984)
Otara (1984–1990)
1990 Resigned (1977)
Watene, Puti TipenePuti Tipene Watene 1963 Eastern Maori (1963–1967) 1967 Died in office
Christie, GordonGordon Christie 1966 Napier (1966–1981) 1981
Hunt, JonathanJonathan Hunt 1966 New Lynn (1966–1996)
List (1996–2005)
2005
Barclay, RonRon Barclay 1966 New Plymouth (1966–1975) 1975
Tirikatene-Sullivan, WhetuWhetu Tirikatene-Sullivan 1967 Southern Maori (1967–1996) 1996 First elected in by-election, daughter of previous MP
Colman, FraserFraser Colman 1967 Petone (1967–1978)
Pencarrow (1978–1987)
1987 First elected in by-election
Walding, JoeJoe Walding 1967 Palmerston North (1967-1975)
Palmerston North (1978-1981)
1981 First elected in by-election
Reweti, ParaoneParaone Reweti 1967 Eastern Maori (1967–1981) 1981 First elected in by-election
Young, TrevorTrevor Young 1968 Hutt (1968–1978)
Eastern Hutt (1978–1990)
1990 First elected in by-election
O'Brien, GeraldGerald O'Brien 1969 Island Bay (1969–1978) 1978
Williams, JackJack Williams 1969 Wairarapa (1969–1975) 1975
Barclay, BruceBruce Barclay 1969 Christchurch Central (1969–1979) 1979 Died in office
Isbey, EddieEddie Isbey 1969 Grey Lynn (1969–1978)
Papatoetoe (1978–1987)
1987
Wētere, KoroKoro Wētere 1969 Western Maori (1969–1996) 1996
McGuigan, TomTom McGuigan 1969 Lyttelton (1969–1975) 1975
Douglas, RogerRoger Douglas 1969 Manukau (1969–1978)
Manurewa (1978–1990)
1990* ACT MP 2008-2011 (List)
Drayton, RogerRoger Drayton 1969 St Albans (1969–1978) 1978
Wall, GerryGerry Wall 1969 Porirua (1969–1987) 1987
Brooks, IanIan Brooks 1970 Marlborough (1970–1975) 1975 First elected in by-election
Bassett, MichaelMichael Bassett 1972 Waitemata (1972–1975)
Te Atatu (1978–1990)
1990
Batchelor, MaryMary Batchelor 1972 Avon (1972–1987) 1987
Begg, AubreyAubrey Begg 1972 Awarua (1972–1975) 1975
Burke, KerryKerry Burke 1972 Rangiora (1972–1975)
West Coast (1978–1990)
1990
Davey, TrevorTrevor Davey 1972 Gisborne (1972–1975) 1975
Jelicich, DorothyDorothy Jelicich 1972 Hamilton West (1972–1975) 1975
Laney, BillBill Laney 1972 Oamaru (1972–1975) 1975
Marshall, RussellRussell Marshall 1972 Wanganui (1972–1990) 1990
Mayson, RichardRichard Mayson 1972 Hastings (1972–1975) 1975
Moore, MikeMike Moore 1972 Eden (1972–1975)
Papanui (1978–1984)
Christchurch North (1984–1996)
Waimakariri (1996–1999)
1999 Prime Minister (1990), Leader of the Opposition (1990-1993)
Munro, JohnJohn Munro 1972 Invercargill (1972–1975) 1975
O'Flynn, FrankFrank O'Flynn 1972 Kapiti (1972–1975)
Island Bay (1978–1990)
1990
Quigley, IanIan Quigley 1972 Otago Central (1972–1975) 1975
Ridley, JackJack Ridley 1972 Taupo (1972–1975)
Taupo (1978-1981)
1981
Rogers, RufusRufus Rogers 1972 Hamilton East (1972–1975) 1975
Smith, MurrayMurray Smith 1972 Whangarei (1972–1975) 1975
Kirk, JohnJohn Kirk 1974 Sydenham (1974–1983) 1983* First elected in by-election, son of previous MP, Independent MP 1983-1984 (Sydenham)
Prebble, RichardRichard Prebble 1975 Auckland Central (1975–1993) 1993* ACT MP 1996-2005 (Wellington Central 1996-1999, List 1999-2005)
Rogers, FrankFrank Rogers 1975 Onehunga (1975–1980) 1980 Died in office
Courtney, MelMel Courtney 1976 Nelson (1976–1981) 1981* First elected in by-election, Independent MP 1981 (Nelson)
Lange, DavidDavid Lange 1977 Mangere (1977–1996) 1996 First elected in by-election, Prime Minister (1984-1989), Leader of the Opposition (1983-1984)
Hercus, AnnAnn Hercus 1978 Lyttelton (1978–1987) 1987
Butcher, DavidDavid Butcher 1978 Hastings (1978–1990) 1990
Terris, JohnJohn Terris 1978 Western Hutt (1978–1990) 1990
Rodger, StanStan Rodger 1978 Dunedin North (1978–1990) 1990
Maxwell, RalphRalph Maxwell 1978 Waitakere (1978–1984)
Titirangi (1984–1990)
1990
Caygill, DavidDavid Caygill 1978 St Albans (1978–1996) 1996
Douglas, MalcolmMalcolm Douglas 1978 Hunua (1978–1979) 1979 In 1979 an Electoral Court decision reversed the 1978 election result and awarded the Hunua seat to Winston Peters.
Palmer, GeoffreyGeoffrey Palmer 1979 Christchurch Central (1979–1990) 1990 First elected in by-election, Prime Minister (1989-1990)
Gregory, BruceBruce Gregory 1980 Northern Maori (1980–1993) 1983 First elected in by-election
Gerbic, FredFred Gerbic 1980 Onehunga (1980–1990) 1990 First elected in by-election
Goff, PhilPhil Goff 1981 Roskill (1981–1990)
Roskill (1993-1996)
New Lynn (1996–1999)
Mt Roskill (1999–present)
- Leader of the Opposition (2008-2011)
Cullen, MichaelMichael Cullen 1981 St Kilda (1981–1996)
Dunedin South (1996–1999)
List (1999–2009)
2009
Tapsell, PeterPeter Tapsell 1981 Eastern Maori (1981–1996) 1996
Braybrooke, GeoffGeoff Braybrooke 1981 Napier (1981–2002) 2002
Jeffries, BillBill Jeffries 1981 Heretaunga (1981–1990) 1990
Clark, HelenHelen Clark 1981 Mount Albert (1981–2009) 2009 Prime Minister (1999-2008), Leader of the Opposition (1993-1999)
de Cleene, TrevorTrevor de Cleene 1981 Palmerston North (1981–1990) 1990
Neilson, PeterPeter Neilson 1981 Miramar (1981–1990) 1990
Wilde, FranFran Wilde 1981 Wellington Central (1981–1992) 1992
Woollaston, PhilipPhilip Woollaston 1981 Nelson (1981–1990) 1990
Shields, MargaretMargaret Shields 1981 Kapiti (1981–1990) 1990
Matthewson, CliveClive Matthewson 1984 Dunedin West (1984–1995) 1995* United MP 1995-1996 (Dunedin West)
Fraser, AnneAnne Fraser 1984 East Cape (1984–1990) 1990
Northey, RichardRichard Northey 1984 Eden (1984–1990)
Onehunga (1993–1996)
1996
Wallbank, AllanAllan Wallbank 1984 Gisborne (1984–1990) 1990
Dillon, BillBill Dillon 1984 Hamilton East (1984–1990) 1990
Mallard, TrevorTrevor Mallard 1984 Hamilton West (1984–1990)
Pencarrow (1993–1996)
Hutt South (1996–present)
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Sutton, BillBill Sutton 1984 Hawke's Bay (1984–1990) 1990
King, AnnetteAnnette King 1984 Horowhenua (1984–1990)
Miramar (1993–1996)
Rongotai (1996–present)
-
Dunne, PeterPeter Dunne 1984 Ohariu (1984–1993)
Onslow (1993–1994)
1994* Independent (1994), Future NZ (1994-1995), United MP (1995-2002), United Future (2002–present), Onslow (1994-1996), Ohariu - Belmont (1996-2008), Ōhariu (2008–present)
Anderton, JimJim Anderton 1984 Sydenham (1984–1989) 1989* NewLabour MP 1989-1991 (Sydenham), Alliance MP 1991-2002 (Sydenham 1991-1996, Wigram 1996-2002), Progressive MP 2002–2011 (Wigram)
Shirley, KenKen Shirley 1984 Tasman (1984–1990) 1990* ACT MP 1996-2005 (List)
Boorman, RegReg Boorman 1984 Wairarapa (1984–1988) 1988 In 1988 an Electoral Court decision reversed the 1987 election result and awarded the Wairarapa seat to Wyatt Creech.
Sutton, JimJim Sutton 1984 Waitaki (1984–1990)
Timaru (1993–1996)
Aoraki (1996–2005)
List (2005–2008)
2008
Austin, MargaretMargaret Austin 1984 Yaldhurst (1984–1995) 1995* United MP 1995-1996 (Yaldhurst)
Elder, JackJack Elder 1984 West Auckland (1984–1993)
Henderson (1993–1996)
1996* NZ First MP 1996-1998 (List), Mauri Pacific MP 1998-1999 (List)
Keall, JudyJudy Keall 1984 Glenfield (1984–1990)
Horowhenua (1993–1996)
Otaki (1996–2002)
2002
Scott, NoelNoel Scott 1984 Tongariro (1984–1990) 1990
Sutherland, LarryLarry Sutherland 1987 Avon (1987–1996)
Christchurch East (1996–1999)
1999
Kirk, JennyJenny Kirk 1987 Birkenhead (1987–1990) 1990
Tennet, ElizabethElizabeth Tennet 1987 Island Bay (1987–1996) 1996
Simpson, PeterPeter Simpson 1987 Lyttelton (1987–1990) 1990
Robinson, DavidDavid Robinson 1987 Manawatu (1987–1990) 1990
Duynhoven, HarryHarry Duynhoven 1987 New Plymouth (1987–1990)
New Plymouth (1993-2008)
2008
Robertson, RossRoss Robertson 1987 Papatoetoe (1987–1996)
Manukau East (1996–2014)
2014
Davies, SonjaSonja Davies 1987 Pencarrow (1987–1993) 1993
Kelly, GrahamGraham Kelly 1987 Porirua (1987–1996)
Mana (1996–2002)
List (2002–2003)
2003
Hawkins, GeorgeGeorge Hawkins 1990 Manurewa (1990–2011) 2011
Blincoe, JohnJohn Blincoe 1990 Nelson (1990–1996) 1996
Tizard, JudithJudith Tizard 1990 Panmure (1990–1996)
Auckland Central (1996–2008)
2008
Dalziel, LianneLianne Dalziel 1990 Christchurch Central (1990–1996)
List (1996–1999)
Christchurch East (1999–2013)
2013
Hodgson, PetePete Hodgson 1990 Dunedin North (1990–2011) 2011
Swain, PaulPaul Swain 1990 Eastern Hutt (1990–1996)
Rimutaka (1996–2008)
2008
Maharey, SteveSteve Maharey 1990 Palmerston North (1990–2008) 2008
Laidlaw, ChrisChris Laidlaw 1992 Wellington Central (1992–1993) 1993 First elected in by-election
Carter, ChrisChris Carter 1993 Te Atatu (1993–1996)
Te Atatu (1999–2010)
2010* Independent MP 2010-2011 (Te Atatu)
O'Connor, DamienDamien O'Connor 1993 West Coast (1993–1996), West Coast-Tasman (1996–2008)
List (2009–2011)
West Coast-Tasman(2011–present)
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Yates, DianneDianne Yates 1993 Hamilton East (1993–1996)
List (1996–2002)
Hamilton East (2002–2005)
List (2005-2008)
2008
Mackey, JanetJanet Mackey 1993 Gisborne (1993–1996)
Mahia (1996–1999)
East Coast (1999–2005)
2005
Pettis, JillJill Pettis 1993 Wanganui (1993–2005)
List (2005–2008)
2008
Burton, MarkMark Burton 1993 Tongariro (1993–1996)
Taupo (1996–2008)
2008
Gallagher, MartinMartin Gallagher 1993 Hamilton West (1993–1996)
Hamilton West (1999-2008)
2008
Peck, MarkMark Peck 1993 Invercargill (1993–2005) 2005
White, JillJill White 1993 Manawatu (1993–1996)
List (1996–1998)
1998
Barker, RickRick Barker 1993 Hastings (1993–1996)
Tukituki (1996–2005)
List (2005–2011)
2011
Dyson, RuthRuth Dyson 1993 Lyttelton (1993–1996)
List (1996–1999)
Banks Peninsula (1999–2008)
Port Hills (2008–present)
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Sinclair, SuzanneSuzanne Sinclair 1993 Titirangi (1993–1996) 1996
Field, Taito PhillipTaito Phillip Field 1993 Otara (1993–1996)
Mangere (1996–2007)
2007* Independent MP 2007-2008 (Mangere)
Barnett, TimTim Barnett 1996 Christchurch Central (1996–2008) 2008
Hawke, JoeJoe Hawke 1996 List (1996–2002) 2002
Mahuta, NanaiaNanaia Mahuta 1996 List (1996–1999), Te Tai Hauāuru (1999–2002)
Tainui (2002–2008)
Hauraki-Waikato (2008–present)
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Hobbs, MarianMarian Hobbs 1996 List (1996–1999)
Wellington Central (1999–2008)
2008
Samuels, DoverDover Samuels 1996 List (1996–1999)
Te Tai Tokerau (1999–2005)
List (2005-2008)
2005
Gosche, MarkMark Gosche 1996 List (1996–1999)
Maungakiekie (1999–2008)
2008
Turia, TarianaTariana Turia 1996 List (1996–2002)
Te Tai Hauāuru (2002–2005)
2005* Māori Party MP 2005–present (Te Tai Hauāuru)
Duncan, HelenHelen Duncan 1998 List (1998–2005) 2005
Benson-Pope, DavidDavid Benson-Pope 1999 Dunedin South (1999–2008) 2008
Tamihere, JohnJohn Tamihere 1999 Hauraki (1999–2002)
Tamaki Makaurau (2002–2005)
2005
Horomia, ParekuraParekura Horomia 1999 Ikaroa-Rawhiti (1999–2013) 2013
Hartley, AnnAnn Hartley 1999 Northcote (1999–2005)
List (2005–2008)
2008
Chadwick, SteveSteve Chadwick 1999 Rotorua (1999–2008)
List (2008–2011)
2011
Okeroa, MaharaMahara Okeroa 1999 Te Tai Tonga (1999–2008) 2008
Cunliffe, DavidDavid Cunliffe 1999 Titirangi (1999–2002)
New Lynn (2002–present)
- Leader of the Opposition (2013–2014)
Ririnui, MitaMita Ririnui 1999 Waiariki (1999–2005)
List (2005–2011)
2011
Cosgrove, ClaytonClayton Cosgrove 1999 Waimakariri (1999–2011)
List (2011-present)
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Beyer, GeorginaGeorgina Beyer 1999 Wairarapa (1999–2005)
List (2005–2007)
2007
Wilson, MargaretMargaret Wilson 1999 List (1999–2008) 2008
Laban, WinnieWinnie Laban 1999 List (1999–2002)
Mana (2002–2010)
2010
Fairbrother, RussellRussell Fairbrother 2002 Napier (2002–2005)
List (2005–2008)
2008
Parker, DavidDavid Parker 2002 Otago (2002–2005)
List (2005–present)
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Hughes, DarrenDarren Hughes 2002 Otaki (2002–2008)
List (2008–2011)
2011
Pillay, LynneLynne Pillay 2002 Waitakere (2002–2008)
List (2008–2011)
2011
Hereora, DaveDave Hereora 2002 List (2002–2008) 2008
Choudhary, AshrafAshraf Choudhary 2002 List (2002–2011) 2011
Mackey, MoanaMoana Mackey 2003 List (2003–2014) 2014
Soper, LesleyLesley Soper 2005 List (2005)
List (2007–2008)
2008
Fenton, DarienDarien Fenton 2005 List (2005–2014) 2014
Street, MaryanMaryan Street 2005 List (2005–2014) 2014
Jones, ShaneShane Jones 2005 List (2005–present) -
Moroney, SueSue Moroney 2005 List (2005–present) -
Chauvel, CharlesCharles Chauvel 2006 List (2006–2013) 2013
Wall, LouisaLouisa Wall 2008 List (2008)
List (2011)
Manurewa (2011–present)
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Sio, Su'a WilliamSu'a William Sio 2008 List (2008)
Māngere (2008–present)
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Burns, BrendonBrendon Burns 2008 Christchurch Central (2008–2011) 2011
Curran, ClareClare Curran 2008 Dunedin South (2008–present) -
Lees-Galloway, IainIain Lees-Galloway 2008 Palmerston North (2008–present) -
Hipkins, ChrisChris Hipkins 2008 Rimutaka (2008–present) -
Robertson, GrantGrant Robertson 2008 Wellington Central (2008–present) -
Huo, RaymondRaymond Huo 2008 List (2008–2014) 2014
Twyford, PhilPhil Twyford 2008 List (2008–2011)
Te Atatu (2011–present)
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Beaumont, CarolCarol Beaumont 2008 List (2008–2011)
List (2013-2014)
2014
Davis, KelvinKelvin Davis 2008 List (2008–2011)
List (2014)
Te Tai Tokerau (2014-present)
Sepuloni, CarmelCarmel Sepuloni 2008 List (2008–2011)
Kelston (2014-present)
-
Nash, StuartStuart Nash 2008 List (2008–2011)
Napier (2014-present)
-
Prasad, RajenRajen Prasad 2008 List (2008–2014) 2014
Ardern, JacindaJacinda Ardern 2008 List (2008–present) -
Shearer, DavidDavid Shearer 2009 Mt Albert (2009–present) - First elected in by-election, Leader of the Opposition (2011-2013)
Faafoi, KrisKris Faafoi 2010 Mana (2010–present) - First elected in by-election
Clark, DavidDavid Clark 2011 Dunedin North (2011–present) -
Little, AndrewAndrew Little 2011 List (2011–present) - Leader of the Opposition (2014 - Incumbent)
Tirikatene, RinoRino Tirikatene 2011 Te Tai Tonga (2011–present) -
Woods, MeganMegan Woods 2011 Wigram (2011–present) -
Whaitiri, MekaMeka Whaitiri 2013 Ikaroa-Rāwhiti (2013–present) - First elected in by-election
Williams, PotoPoto Williams 2013 Christchurch East (2013–present) - First elected in by-election
Henare, PeeniPeeni Henare 2014 Tāmaki Makaurau (2014–present) -
Rurawhe, AdrianAdrian Rurawhe 2014 Te Tai Hauāuru (2014–present) -
Salesa, JennyJenny Salesa 2014 Manukau East (2014–present) -

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Sources[edit]

  • Appendices to the Journals of the House of Representatives, H33 and/or E9, various years. E9's since 1994 are available here.