List of New Zealand Labour Party MPs

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The following is a 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 founded in 1916. Most members had 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. Both supported conscription in World War I unlike their colleagues. Veitch was part of the United Labour Party "Remnant" with Alfred Hindmarsh and Andrew Walker (See pre-1916 MPs). Two MPs were subsequently elected as Independent Labour candidates; Sydney Smith in 1918 & Edward Kellett in 1919, but never joined the party.

Name Portrait First Elected / Joined Party Electorates Left Party / Parliament Notes
Alfred Hindmarsh
Alfred Hindmarsh.jpg
1916* Wellington South (1916–1918) 1918† original Labour (Wellington South) & United Labour MP 1912-1916 (Wellington South), Leader (1916–18)
James McCombs
James McCombs 1920s.jpg
1916* Lyttelton (1916-1917)
Lyttelton (1918-1933)
1933† First elected in by-election, Social Democratic MP 1913-1916 & Independent MP 1917-1918
Paddy Webb
Paddy Webb.jpg
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
Andrew Walker
Andrew Walker, 1919.jpg
1916* Dunedin North (1916–1919) 1919 United Labour MP 1914-1916 (Dunedin North)
Harry Holland
Harry Holland (1925).jpg
1918 Grey (1918–1919)
Buller (1919–1933)
1933 First elected in by-election, Leader of the Opposition (1926-1928 & 1931-1933)
Peter Fraser
Peter Fraser.jpg
1918 Wellington Central (1918–1946)
Brooklyn (1946–1951)
1950† First elected in by-election, Prime Minister (1940-1949), Leader of the Opposition (1949-1950)
Bob Semple
Bob Semple, 1929.jpg
1918 Wellington South (1918–1919)
Wellington East (1928–1946)
Miramar (1946–1954)
1954 First elected in by-election
Ted Howard
Ted Howard.jpg
1919 Christchurch South (1919–1939) 1939†
Dan Sullivan
Daniel Giles Sullivan (1941).jpg
1919 Avon (1919–1947) 1947†
Michael Joseph Savage
Michael Joseph Savage Portrait.jpg
1919 Auckland West (1919–1940) 1940† Prime Minister (1935-1940), Leader of the Opposition (1933-1935)
Bill Parry
Bill Parry.jpg
1919 Auckland Central (1919–1946)
Arch Hill (1946–1951)
1951
Fred Bartram
Fred Bartram Portrait.jpg
1919 Grey Lynn (1919–1928) 1928
James Munro
James Wright Munro.jpg
1922 Dunedin North (1922–1925)
Dunedin North (1928-1945)
1945 First elected in by-election
James O'Brien
Jim O'Brien.jpg
1922 Westland (1922–1925)
Westland (1928-1947)
1947†
Bill Jordan
William Joseph Jordan.jpg
1922 Manukau (1922–1936) 1936
Frank Langstone
Frank Langstone.jpg
1922 Waimarino (1922–1925)
Waimarino (1928-1946)
Roskill (1946–1949)
1949* Independent MP 1949 (Roskill)
John A. Lee
John Alexander Lee.jpg
1922 Auckland East (1922–1928)
Grey Lynn (1931–1940)
1940* Expelled from Labour Party (1940), Democratic Labour MP 1940-1943 (Grey Lynn)
Lew McIlvride
Lewis McIlvride.jpg
1922 Napier (1922–1925) 1925
Bob McKeen
Robert McKeen, 1935.jpg
1922 Wellington South (1922–1946)
Island Bay (1946–1954)
1954
Alec Monteith
Alexander Lamont Monteith.PNG
1922 Wellington East (1922–1925) 1925
Tim Armstrong
Tim Armstrong 1935.jpg
1922 Christchurch East (1922–1942) 1942
Rex Mason
Rex Mason.jpg
1926 Eden (1926–1928)
Auckland Suburbs (1928–1946)
Waitakere (1946–1963)
New Lynn (1963–1966)
1966 First elected in by-election
Lee Martin
William Lee Martin.jpg
1927 Raglan (1927-1931)
Raglan (1935-1940)
1940 First elected in by-election, appointed to Legislative Council (1946-1950)
Clyde Carr
Clyde Carr.jpg
1928 Timaru (1928–1962) 1962 Resigned mid-term due to health
Charles Chapman
C H Chapman NZ.jpg
1928 Wellington North (1928–1946)
Wellington Central (1946–1954)
1954
Bill Barnard
William Edward Barnard, 1925.jpg
1928 Napier (1928–1940) 1940* Democratic Labour MP 1940-43, Independent candidate in 1943
Walter Nash
Walter Nash (ca 1940s).jpg
1929 Hutt (1929–1968) 1968† First elected in by-election, Prime Minister (1957-1960), Leader of the Opposition (1951-1957 & 1960-1963)
David Coleman
David William Coleman.jpg
1931 Gisborne (1931–1949) 1949
Fred Jones
Fred Jones 1935.jpg
1931 Dunedin South (1931–1946)
St Kilda (1946–1951)
1951
Arthur Richards
Arthur Shapton Richards 1935.png
1931 Roskill (1931–1946)
Mount Albert (1946–1947)
1947†
Bill Schramm
Frederick Schramm, 1935.jpg
1931 Auckland East (1931–1946) 1946
Elizabeth McCombs
Elizabeth McCombs 1933.jpg
1933 Lyttelton (1933–1935) 1935† New Zealand's first female MP, first elected in by-election, wife of previous MP
Terry McCombs
Terry McCombs.jpg
1935 Lyttelton (1935–1951) 1951 First elected in by-election, son of the two previous MPs
Bill Anderton
Bill Anderton 1958.jpg
1935 Eden (1935–1946)
Auckland Central (1946–1960)
1960
Jim Barclay
James Gillespie Barclay.jpg
1935 Marsden (1935–1943) 1943
David Barnes
David Barnes 1935.jpg
1935 Waitaki (1935–1938) 1938
Charles Barrell
Charles Barrell.jpg
1935 Hamilton (1935–1943) 1943
Charles Burnett
Charles Harris Burnett.jpg
1935 Tauranga (1935–1938) 1938
Archie Campbell
Archibald Campbell.jpg
1935 Chalmers (1935–1938) 1938
Max Christie
Hubert Christie.jpg
1935 Waipawa (1935–1938) 1938
Joe Cotterill
Joe Cotterill.jpg
1935 Wanganui (1935–1960) 1960
Robert Coulter
Robert Coulter.jpg
1935 Waikato (1935–1938)
Raglan (1943–1945)
1945†
Ted Cullen
Ted Cullen.jpg
1935 Hawkes Bay (1935–1946)
Hastings (1946–1949)
1949
William Denham
William Mortimer Clarence Denham.jpg
1935 Invercargill (1935–1946) 1946
Horace Herring
Horace Herring, 1935.jpg
1935 Mid-Canterbury (1935–1938) 1938
Joe Hodgens
Joseph Hodgens, 1938.jpg
1935 Palmerston (1935–1938)
Palmerston North (1938–1946)
1946
Gordon Hultquist
Gordon Hultquist.jpg
1935 Bay of Plenty (1935–1941) 1941
Lorrie Hunter
Clifford Lorrie Hunter.jpg
1935 Manawatu (1935–1938) 1938
Leonard Lowry
Leonard Lowry.jpg
1935 Otaki (1935–1946) 1946
Jack Lyon
Jack Lyon.jpg
1935 Waitemata (1935–1941) 1941† Killed in Action in World War II
Ben Roberts
Benjamin Roberts 1935.jpg
1935 Wairarapa (1935–1946) 1946
John Robertson
John Robertson, 1935.jpg
1935* Masterton (1935–1943) 1943 Original Labour MP 1911-1914 (Otaki)
Gervan McMillan
Gervan McMillan.jpg
1935 Dunedin West (1935–1943) 1943
Ted Meachen
Edwin Meachen.jpg
1935 Wairau (1935–1938)
Marlborough (1938–1946)
1946
Alex Moncur
Alexander Francis Moncur.jpg
1935 Rotorua (1935–1943) 1943
Peter Neilson
Peter Neilson.jpg
1935 Dunedin Central (1935–1946) 1946
Arnold Nordmeyer
Arnold Nordmeyer (1950).jpg
1935 Oamaru (1935–1949)
Brooklyn (1951–1954)
Island Bay (1954–1969)
1969 Leader of the Opposition (1963-1965)
Charles Petrie
Charles Robert Petrie.jpg
1935 Hauraki (1935–1938)
Otahuhu (1938–1949)
1949
Jim Thorn
Jim Thorn.jpg
1935 Thames (1935–1946) 1946
Morgan Williams
Morgan Williams.jpg
1935 Kaiapoi (1935–1946) 1946
Ormond Wilson
Ormond Wilson, ca 1938.jpg
1935 Rangitikei (1935–1938)
Palmerston North (1946–1949)
1949
Toko Ratana
Toko Ratana.jpg
1936* Western Māori (1936–1944) 1944† Ratana MP 1935-1936 (Western Māori)
Eruera Tirikatene
Eruera Tirikatene.jpg
1936* Southern Māori (1936–1967) 1967† Ratana MP 1932-1936 (Southern Māori)
Arthur Osborne
Arthur George Osborne.tif
1936 Manukau (1936–1938)
Onehunga (1938–1953)
1953† First elected in by-election
Charles Boswell
Charles Wallace Boswell.jpg
1938 Bay of Islands (1938–1943) 1943
Harry Combs
Harry Combs, 1938.jpg
1938 Wellington Suburbs (1938–1946)
Onslow (1946–1954)
1954
Fred Frost
Frederick Legder Frost.jpg
1938 New Plymouth (1938–1943) 1943
Paraire Karaka Paikea
Paraire Karaka Paikea.jpg
1938 Northern Māori (1938–1943) 1943†
Jerry Skinner
Jerry Skinner.jpg
1938 Motueka (1938–1946)
Buller (1946–1962)
1962† Deputy Prime-Minister 1957-60
Catherine Stewart
Catherine Stewart.jpg
1938 Wellington West (1938–1943) 1943 Second female MP
Robert Macfarlane
Robert Mafeking Macfarlane.jpg
1939 Christchurch South (1939–1946)
Christchurch Central (1946–1969)
1969 First elected in by-election
Peter Carr
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1940 Auckland West (1940–1946) 1946† First elected in by-election
Mary Dreaver
Mary Dreaver, 1940's.JPG
1941 Waitemata (1941–1943) 1943 First elected in by-election, third female MP
Mabel Howard
Mabel Bowden Howard.jpg
1943 Christchurch East (1943–1946)
Sydenham (1946–1969)
1969 First elected in by-election, first female Cabinet Minister, 1947–1949, 1957–1960
Tapihana Paraire Paikea
Dobbie Paikea.jpg
1943 Northern Maori (1943–1963) 1963† Son of previous MP
Phil Connolly
Phil Connolly.jpg
1943 Dunedin West (1943–1946)
Dunedin Central (1946–1963)
1963
Fred Hackett
Fred Hackett, 1958.JPG
1943 Grey Lynn (1943–1963) 1963†
Tiaki Omana
Tiaki Omana.jpg
1943 Eastern Maori (1943–1963) 1963
Tommy Armstrong
Tommy Armstrong.jpg
1943 Napier (1943–1951) 1951 Son of previous MP
Matiu Ratana
Matiu Ratana.PNG
1945 Western Maori (1945–1949) 1949 First elected in by-election, brother of previous MP
Robert Walls
Robert Walls, 1945.jpg
1945 Dunedin North (1945–1946)
North Dunedin (1946–1953)
1953 First elected in by-election
Wally Hudson
Wally Hudson.jpg
1946 Mornington (1946–1963) 1963
Martyn Finlay
Martyn Finlay, 1945.jpg
1946 North Shore (1946–1949)
Waitakere (1963–1978)
1978
Mick Moohan
Michael Moohan MP.jpg
1946 Petone (1946–1967) 1967†
Ritchie Macdonald
Ritchie Macdonald.jpg
1946 Ponsonby (1946–1963)
Grey Lynn (1963–1969)
1969
Alan Baxter
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1946 Raglan (1946–1949) 1949
Angus McLagan
Angus McLagan.tif
1946 Riccarton (1946–1956) 1956†
Tom Skinner
Tom Skinner.jpg
1946 Tamaki (1946–1949) 1949
Paddy Kearins
Paddy Kearins.jpg
1946 Waimarino (1946–1954) 1954
John Mathison
John Mathison, 1959.jpg
1947 Avon (1947–1972) 1972 First elected in by-election
Warren Freer
Warren Freer.jpg
1947 Mount Albert (1947–1981) 1981 First elected in by-election
Jim Kent
Jim Kent, 1960.jpg
1947 Westland (1947–1960) 1960 First elected in by-election
Reg Keeling
Reginald Keeling.jpg
1949 Gisborne (1949-1951)
Gisborne (1954-1960)
Grey Lynn (1963)
1963 Re-elected in 1963 by-election
Iriaka Matiu Ratana
Iriaka Ratana.jpg
1949 Western Maori (1949–1969) 1969 First elected in by-election, wife of previous MP, first female Māori MP
John Stewart
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1951 Arch Hill (1951–1954) 1954
Ethel McMillan
Ethel McMillan.jpg
1953 North Dunedin (1953–1963)
Dunedin North (1963–1975)
1975 First elected in by-election
Hugh Watt
Hugh Watt.jpg
1953 Onehunga (1953–1975) 1975 First elected in by-election, Acting Prime Minister (1974)
Henry May
Henry May.jpg
1954 Onslow (1954–1963)
Porirua (1963–1969)
Western Hutt (1969–1975)
1975 First elected in by-election
Ted Keating
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1954 Hastings (1954–1960) 1960
Jim Edwards
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1954 Napier (1954–1966) 1966* Independent MP 1966
Phil Skoglund
Philip Skoglund, 1960.jpg
1954 Palmerston North (1954–1960) 1960
Bill Fox
Bill Fox.tif
1954 Miramar (1954–1966) 1966
Frank Kitts
Frank Kitts, 1954.jpg
1954 Wellington Central (1954–1960) 1960
Ray Boord
Ray Boord.jpg
1954 Rotorua (1954–1960) 1960
Phil Holloway
Phil Holloway.jpg
1954 Heretaunga (1954–1960) 1960
Norman King
Norman King, 1966.jpg
1954 Waitemata (1954–1969)
Birkenhead (1969–1975)
1975
James Deas
James Deas.jpg
1954 Otahuhu (1954–1963) 1963†
Mick Connelly
Mick Connelly.jpg
1956 Riccarton (1956–1969)
Wigram (1969–1978)
Yaldhurst (1978–1984)
1984 First elected in by-election
Bill Fraser
Bill Fraser, 1953.jpg
1957 St Kilda (1957–1981) 1981
Arthur Faulkner
Arthur Faulkner.jpg
1957 Roskill (1957–1981) 1981
Bob Tizard
Bob Tizard, 1963.jpg
1957 Tamaki (1957–1960)
Otahuhu (1963)
Pakuranga (1963–1972)
Otahuhu (1972–1984)
Panmure (1984–1990)
1990 Re-elected in 1963 by-election
Norman Kirk
Norman Kirk Portrait.jpg
1957 Lyttelton (1957–1969)
Sydenham (1969–1974)
1974† Prime Minister (1972-1974), Leader of the Opposition (1965-1972)
Stan Whitehead
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1957 Nelson (1957–1976) 1976
Neville Pickering
Neville Pickering.jpg
1957 St Albans (1957–1960) 1960
George Spooner
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1960 Wanganui (1960–1969) 1969
Ron Bailey
Ron Bailey.jpg
1960 Heretaunga (1960–1981) 1981
Norman Douglas
Norman Vazey Douglas.jpg
1960 Auckland Central (1960–1975) 1975
Paddy Blanchfield
Paddy Blanchfield.jpg
1960 Westland (1960–1972)
West Coast (1972–1978)
1978
Bill Rowling
Bill Rowling, 1962.jpg
1962 Buller (1962–1972)
Tasman (1972–1984)
1984 First elected in by-election, Prime Minister (1974-1975), Leader of the Opposition (1975-1983)
Basil Arthur
Sir Basil Arthur.jpg
1962 Timaru (1962–1985) 1985† First elected in by-election
Matiu Rata
Matiu Rata.tiff
1963 Northern Māori (1963–1979) 1979* First elected in by-election, Independent MP 1979-1980, lost subsequent 1980 by-election
Phil Amos
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1963 Manurewa (1963–1975) 1975
Brian MacDonell
Brian MacDonell.jpg
1963 Dunedin Central (1963–1983) 1983* Independent MP 1983-84
Colin Moyle
Colin Moyle.jpg
1963 Manukau (1963–1969)
Mangere (1969–1977)
Hunua (1981–1984)
Otara (1984–1990)
1990 Resigned (1977)
Puti Tipene Watene
Steve Watene.jpg
1963 Eastern Maori (1963–1967) 1967†
Gordon Christie
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1966 Napier (1966–1981) 1981
Jonathan Hunt
Jonathan Hunt.jpg
1966 New Lynn (1966–1996)
List (1996–2005)
2005
Ron Barclay
Ron Barclay.jpg
1966 New Plymouth (1966–1975) 1975
Whetu Tirikatene-Sullivan
Whetu Tirikatene-Sullivan.jpg
1967 Southern Maori (1967–1996) 1996 First elected in by-election, daughter of previous MP
Fraser Colman
Fraser Colman.jpg
1967 Petone (1967–1978)
Pencarrow (1978–1987)
1987 First elected in by-election
Joe Walding
Joe Walding.jpg
1967 Palmerston North (1967-1975)
Palmerston North (1978-1981)
1981 First elected in by-election
Paraone Reweti
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1967 Eastern Maori (1967–1981) 1981 First elected in by-election
Trevor Young
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1968 Hutt (1968–1978)
Eastern Hutt (1978–1990)
1990 First elected in by-election
Gerald O'Brien
Gerald O'Brien, 1965.jpg
1969 Island Bay (1969–1978) 1978 Left party
Jack Williams
John Henry Williams.jpg
1969 Wairarapa (1969–1975) 1975
Bruce Barclay
Bruce Barclay, 1966.tif
1969 Christchurch Central (1969–1979) 1979†
Eddie Isbey
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1969 Grey Lynn (1969–1978)
Papatoetoe (1978–1987)
1987
Koro Wētere
Koro Wetere.tiff
1969 Western Maori (1969–1996) 1996
Tom McGuigan
Tom McGuigan.jpg
1969 Lyttelton (1969–1975) 1975
Roger Douglas
Roger Douglas, 1965.jpg
1969 Manukau (1969–1978)
Manurewa (1978–1990)
1990* ACT MP 2008-2011 (List)
Roger Drayton
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1969 St Albans (1969–1978) 1978
Gerry Wall
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1969 Porirua (1969–1987) 1987
Ian Brooks
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1970 Marlborough (1970–1975) 1975 First elected in by-election
Michael Bassett
Michael Bassett.jpg
1972 Waitemata (1972–1975)
Te Atatu (1978–1990)
1990
Mary Batchelor
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1972 Avon (1972–1987) 1987
Aubrey Begg
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1972 Awarua (1972–1975) 1975
Kerry Burke
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1972 Rangiora (1972–1975)
West Coast (1978–1990)
1990
Trevor Davey
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1972 Gisborne (1972–1975) 1975
Dorothy Jelicich
Dorothy Jelicich.jpg
1972 Hamilton West (1972–1975) 1975
Bill Laney
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1972 Oamaru (1972–1975) 1975
Russell Marshall
Russell Marshall.jpg
1972 Wanganui (1972–1990) 1990
Richard Mayson
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1972 Hastings (1972–1975) 1975
Mike Moore
Mike Moore.jpg
1972 Eden (1972–1975)
Papanui (1978–1984)
Christchurch North (1984–1996)
Waimakariri (1996–1999)
1999 Prime Minister (1990), Leader of the Opposition (1990-1993)
J. B. Munro
John-Baldwin-Munro.jpg
1972 Invercargill (1972–1975) 1975
Frank O'Flynn
Frank O'Flynn.jpg
1972 Kapiti (1972–1975)
Island Bay (1978–1987)
1987
Ian Quigley
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1972 Otago Central (1972–1975) 1975
Jack Ridley
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1972 Taupo (1972–1975)
Taupo (1978-1981)
1981
Rufus Rogers
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1972 Hamilton East (1972–1975) 1975
Murray Smith
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1972 Whangarei (1972–1975) 1975
John Kirk
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1974 Sydenham (1974–1983) 1983* First elected in by-election, son of previous MP, Independent MP 1983-1984
Richard Prebble
Richard Prebble.jpg
1975 Auckland Central (1975–1993) 1993* ACT MP 1996-2005 (1996-2005)
Frank Rogers
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1975 Onehunga (1975–1980) 1980†
Mel Courtney
Mel Courtney.tif
1976 Nelson (1976–1981) 1981* First elected in by-election, Independent MP 1981
David Lange
David Lange (cropped).jpg
1977 Mangere (1977–1996) 1996 First elected in by-election, Prime Minister (1984-1989), Leader of the Opposition (1983-1984)
Ann Hercus
Ann Hercus.jpg
1978 Lyttelton (1978–1987) 1987
David Butcher
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1978 Hastings (1978–1990) 1990
John Terris
John Terris.jpg
1978 Western Hutt (1978–1990) 1990
Stan Rodger
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1978 Dunedin North (1978–1990) 1990
Ralph Maxwell
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1978 Waitakere (1978–1984)
Titirangi (1984–1990)
1990
David Caygill
David Caygill, 2013.jpg
1978 St Albans (1978–1996) 1996
Malcolm Douglas
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1978 Hunua (1978–1979) 1979 In 1979 an Electoral Court decision reversed the 1978 election result and awarded the Hunua seat to Winston Peters.
Geoffrey Palmer
Geoffrey Palmer.jpg
1979 Christchurch Central (1979–1990) 1990 First elected in by-election, Prime Minister (1989-1990)
Bruce Gregory
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1980 Northern Maori (1980–1993) 1983 First elected in by-election
Fred Gerbic
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1980 Onehunga (1980–1990) 1990 First elected in by-election
Phil Goff
Phil Goff.jpg
1981 Roskill (1981–1990)
Roskill (1993-1996)
New Lynn (1996–1999)
Mt Roskill (1999–2016)
2016 Leader of the Opposition (2008-2011)
Michael Cullen
Michael Cullen, 2008.jpg
1981 St Kilda (1981–1996)
Dunedin South (1996–1999)
List (1999–2009)
2009
Peter Tapsell
Peter Tapsell (cropped).jpg
1981 Eastern Maori (1981–1996) 1996
Geoff Braybrooke
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1981 Napier (1981–2002) 2002
Bill Jeffries
Bill Jeffries.jpg
1981 Heretaunga (1981–1990) 1990
Helen Clark
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1981 Mount Albert (1981–2009) 2009 Prime Minister (1999-2008), Leader of the Opposition (1993-1999)
Trevor de Cleene
Trevor de Cleene, 1969.jpg
1981 Palmerston North (1981–1990) 1990
Peter Neilson
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1981 Miramar (1981–1990) 1990
Fran Wilde
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1981 Wellington Central (1981–1992) 1992
Philip Woollaston
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1981 Nelson (1981–1990) 1990
Margaret Shields
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1981 Kapiti (1981–1990) 1990
Clive Matthewson
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1984 Dunedin West (1984–1995) 1995* United MP 1995-1996
Anne Fraser
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1984 East Cape (1984–1990) 1990
Richard Northey
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1984 Eden (1984–1990)
Onehunga (1993–1996)
1996
Allan Wallbank
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1984 Gisborne (1984–1990) 1990
Bill Dillon
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1984 Hamilton East (1984–1990) 1990
Trevor Mallard
Trevor Mallard 2 (cropped).jpg
1984 Hamilton West (1984–1990)
Pencarrow (1993–1996)
Hutt South (1996–2017)
List (2017–present)
-
Bill Sutton
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1984 Hawke's Bay (1984–1990) 1990
Annette King
Annette King at Onslow Kindergarten.jpg
1984 Horowhenua (1984–1990)
Miramar (1993–1996)
Rongotai (1996–2017)
2017
Peter Dunne
Peter Dunne.jpg
1984 Ohariu (1984–1993)
Onslow (1993–1994)
1994* Independent (1994), Future NZ (1994–95), United MP (1995-2002), United Future (2002–2017)
Jim Anderton
Jim Anderton, 1965.jpg
1984 Sydenham (1984–1989) 1989* NewLabour MP 1989-91, Alliance MP 1991-2002, Progressive MP (2002–11)
Ken Shirley
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1984 Tasman (1984–1990) 1990* ACT MP 1996-2005
Reg Boorman
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1984 Wairarapa (1984–1988) 1988 In 1988 an Electoral Court decision reversed the 1987 election result and awarded the Wairarapa seat to Wyatt Creech.
Jim Sutton
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1984 Waitaki (1984–1990)
Timaru (1993–1996)
Aoraki (1996–2005)
List (2005–2008)
2008
Margaret Austin
Margaret Austin 2008.jpg
1984 Yaldhurst (1984–1995) 1995* United MP 1995-1996
Jack Elder
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1984 West Auckland (1984–1993)
Henderson (1993–1996)
1996* NZ First MP 1996-98, Mauri Pacific MP 1998-99
Judy Keall
Judy Keall Foxton.jpg
1984 Glenfield (1984–1990)
Horowhenua (1993–1996)
Otaki (1996–2002)
2002
Noel Scott
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1984 Tongariro (1984–1990) 1990
Larry Sutherland
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1987 Avon (1987–1996)
Christchurch East (1996–1999)
1999
Jenny Kirk
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1987 Birkenhead (1987–1990) 1990
Elizabeth Tennet
Elizabeth Tennet.jpg
1987 Island Bay (1987–1996) 1996
Peter Simpson
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1987 Lyttelton (1987–1990) 1990
David Robinson
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1987 Manawatu (1987–1990) 1990
Harry Duynhoven
Harry Duynhoven.jpg
1987 New Plymouth (1987–1990)
New Plymouth (1993-2008)
2008
Ross Robertson
Ross Robertson.jpg
1987 Papatoetoe (1987–1996)
Manukau East (1996–2014)
2014
Sonja Davies 1987 Pencarrow (1987–1993) 1993
Graham Kelly
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1987 Porirua (1987–1996)
Mana (1996–2002)
List (2002–2003)
2003
George Hawkins
George Hawkins.jpg
1990 Manurewa (1990–2011) 2011
John Blincoe
John Blincoe.jpg
1990 Nelson (1990–1996) 1996
Judith Tizard
JudithTizard.jpg
1990 Panmure (1990–1996)
Auckland Central (1996–2008)
2008 Daughter of previous MP
Lianne Dalziel
Lianne Dalziel.jpg
1990 Christchurch Central (1990–1996)
List (1996–1999)
Christchurch East (1999–2013)
2013
Pete Hodgson
Pete Hodgson NZUSA Great Tertiary Debate, October 2008.jpg
1990 Dunedin North (1990–2011) 2011
Paul Swain
Paul Swain (cropped).jpg
1990 Eastern Hutt (1990–1996)
Rimutaka (1996–2008)
2008
Steve Maharey
Steve Maharey, 2008.jpg
1990 Palmerston North (1990–2008) 2008
Chris Laidlaw
Chris Laidlaw.jpg
1992 Wellington Central (1992–1993) 1993 First elected in by-election
Chris Carter
Chris Carter, 2008.jpg
1993 Te Atatu (1993–1996)
Te Atatu (1999–2010)
2010* Independent MP 2010-2011
Damien O'Connor
Damien O'Connor (crop).jpg
1993 West Coast (1993–1996), West Coast-Tasman (1996–2008)
List (2009–2011)
West Coast-Tasman(2011–present)
-
Dianne Yates
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1993 Hamilton East (1993–1996)
List (1996–2002)
Hamilton East (2002–2005)
List (2005–2008)
2008
Janet Mackey
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1993 Gisborne (1993–1996)
Mahia (1996–1999)
East Coast (1999–2005)
2005
Jill Pettis
Jill Pettis.jpg
1993 Wanganui (1993–2005)
List (2005–2008)
2008
Mark Burton
Mark Burton.jpg
1993 Tongariro (1993–1996)
Taupo (1996–2008)
2008
Martin Gallagher
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1993 Hamilton West (1993–1996)
Hamilton West (1999-2008)
2008
Mark Peck
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1993 Invercargill (1993–2005) 2005
Jill White
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1993 Manawatu (1993–1996)
List (1996–1998)
1998
Rick Barker
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1993 Hastings (1993–1996)
Tukituki (1996–2005)
List (2005–2011)
2011
Ruth Dyson
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1993 Lyttelton (1993–1996)
List (1996–1999)
Banks Peninsula (1999–2008)
Port Hills (2008–present)
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Suzanne Sinclair
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1993 Titirangi (1993–1996) 1996
Taito Phillip Field
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1993 Otara (1993–1996)
Mangere (1996–2007)
2007* Independent MP 2007-2008 (Mangere)
Tim Barnett
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1996 Christchurch Central (1996–2008) 2008
Joe Hawke
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1996 List (1996–2002) 2002
Nanaia Mahuta
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1996 List (1996–1999), Te Tai Hauāuru (1999–2002)
Tainui (2002–2008)
Hauraki-Waikato (2008–present)
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Marian Hobbs
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1996 List (1996–1999)
Wellington Central (1999–2008)
2008
Dover Samuels
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1996 List (1996–1999)
Te Tai Tokerau (1999–2005)
List (2005–2008)
2005
Mark Gosche
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1996 List (1996–1999)
Maungakiekie (1999–2008)
2008
Tariana Turia
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1996 List (1996–2002)
Te Tai Hauāuru (2002–2005)
2005* Māori Party MP 2005–14
Helen Duncan
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1998 List (1998–2005) 2005
David Benson-Pope
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1999 Dunedin South (1999–2008) 2008
John Tamihere
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1999 Hauraki (1999–2002)
Tamaki Makaurau (2002–2005)
2005
Parekura Horomia
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1999 Ikaroa-Rawhiti (1999–2013) 2013†
Ann Hartley
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1999 Northcote (1999–2005)
List (2005–2008)
2008
Steve Chadwick
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1999 Rotorua (1999–2008)
List (2008–2011)
2011
Mahara Okeroa
Mahara Okeroa.jpg
1999 Te Tai Tonga (1999–2008) 2008
David Cunliffe
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1999 Titirangi (1999–2002)
New Lynn (2002–2017)
2017 Leader of the Opposition (2013–2014)
Mita Ririnui
Mita Ririnui.jpg
1999 Waiariki (1999–2005)
List (2005–2011)
2011
Clayton Cosgrove
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1999 Waimakariri (1999–2011)
List (2011–2017)
2017
Georgina Beyer
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1999 Wairarapa (1999–2005)
List (2005–2007)
2007 World's first transgender MP
Margaret Wilson
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1999 List (1999–2008) 2008
Winnie Laban
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1999 List (1999–2002)
Mana (2002–2010)
2010
Russell Fairbrother
Russell Fairbrother.jpg
2002 Napier (2002–2005)
List (2005–2008)
2008
David Parker
David Parker NZ.jpg
2002 Otago (2002–2005)
List (2005–present)
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Darren Hughes
Darren Hughes.jpg
2002 Otaki (2002–2008)
List (2008–2011)
2011 Resigned
Lynne Pillay
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2002 Waitakere (2002–2008)
List (2008–2011)
2011
Dave Hereora
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2002 List (2002–2008) 2008
Ashraf Choudhary
Ashraf Choudhary.jpg
2002 List (2002–2011) 2011
Moana Mackey
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2003 List (2003–2014) 2014
Lesley Soper
Lesley Soper.jpg
2005 List (2005)
List (2007–2008)
2008
Darien Fenton
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2005 List (2005–2014) 2014
Maryan Street
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2005 List (2005–2014) 2014
Shane Jones
Shane Jones.jpg
2005 List (2005–2014) 2014 Resigned May 2014, NZ First MP (2017–present)
Sue Moroney
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2005 List (2005–2017) 2017
Charles Chauvel
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2006 List (2006–2013) 2013
Louisa Wall
Louisa Wall.jpg
2008 List (2008)
List (2011)
Manurewa (2011–present)
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William Sio
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2008 List (2008)
Māngere (2008–present)
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Brendon Burns
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2008 Christchurch Central (2008–2011) 2011
Clare Curran
Clare Curran.jpg
2008 Dunedin South (2008–present) -
Iain Lees-Galloway
Iain Lees Galloway.jpg
2008 Palmerston North (2008–present) -
Chris Hipkins
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2008 Rimutaka (2008–present) -
Grant Robertson
Grant Robertson.jpg
2008 Wellington Central (2008–present) -
Raymond Huo
Raymond Huo.jpg
2008 List (2008–2014)
List (2017–present)
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Phil Twyford
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2008 List (2008–2011)
Te Atatu (2011–present)
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Carol Beaumont
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2008 List (2008–2011)
List (2013–2014)
2014
Kelvin Davis
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2008 List (2008–2011, 2014)
Te Tai Tokerau (2014–present)
Carmel Sepuloni
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2008 List (2008–2011)
Kelston (2014–present)
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Stuart Nash
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2008 List (2008–2011)
Napier (2014–present)
- Great-grandson of Walter Nash
Rajen Prasad
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2008 List (2008–2014) 2014
Jacinda Ardern
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2008 List (2008–2017)
Mt Albert (2017–present)
- Prime Minister (2017–present), Leader of the Opposition (2017)
David Shearer
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2009 Mt Albert (2009–2016) 2016 First elected in by-election, Leader of the Opposition (2011-2013)
Kris Faafoi
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2010 Mana (2010–present) - First elected in by-election
David Clark
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2011 Dunedin North (2011–present) -
Andrew Little
Andrew Little, 2017.jpg
2011 List (2011–present) - Leader of the Opposition (2014 - 2017)
Rino Tirikatene
Rino Tirikatene, 2011.jpg
2011 Te Tai Tonga (2011–present) -
Megan Woods
Megan Woods.jpg
2011 Wigram (2011–present) -
Meka Whaitiri
Meka Whaitiri crop.jpg
2013 Ikaroa-Rāwhiti (2013–present) - First elected in by-election
Poto Williams
Poto Williams, 2013.jpg
2013 Christchurch East (2013–present) - First elected in by-election
Peeni Henare
Peeni Henare.jpg
2014 Tāmaki Makaurau (2014–present) -
Adrian Rurawhe
Adrian Rurawhe 2017.jpg
2014 Te Tai Hauāuru (2014–present) -
Jenny Salesa
Jenny Salesa, 2017.jpg
2014 Manukau East (2014–present) -
Michael Wood
Michael Wood.jpg
2016 Mount Roskill (2016–present) - First elected in by-election
Kiri Allan
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2017 List (2017–present) -
Ginny Andersen
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2017 List (2017–present) -
Tamati Coffey
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2017 Wairiki (2017–present) -
Liz Craig
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2017 List (2017–present) -
Paul Eagle
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2017 Rongotai (2017–present) -
Willie Jackson
Willie Jackson.jpg
2017 List (2017–present) - Alliance MP (1999-2002)
Anahila Kanongata'a-Suisuiki
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2017 List (2017–present) -
Marja Lubeck
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2017 List (2017–present) -
Jo Luxton
Jo Luxton crop.jpg
2017 List (2017–present) -
Kieran McAnulty
Kieran McAnulty crop.jpg
2017 List (2017–present) -
Greg O'Connor
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2017 Ohariu (2017–present) -
Willow-Jean Prime
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2017 List (2017–present) -
Priyanca Radhakrishnan
Priyanca Radhakrishnan crop.jpg
2017 List (2017–present) -
Deborah Russell
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2017 New Lynn (2017–present) -
Jamie Strange
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2017 List (2017–present) -
Jan Tinetti
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2017 List (2017–present) -
Duncan Webb
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2017 Christchurch Central (2017–present) -
Angie Warren-Clark
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2017 List (2017–present) -

Notes[edit]

†:Died in office

Sources[edit]

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