Members of the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly, 2008–2012

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This members of the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly from 2008 to 2012 are listed below.

Name Party Electorate Term in office
Hon Jane Aagaard Labor Nightcliff 2001–2012
Hon Alison Anderson Labor/Independent/CLP [2] MacDonnell 2005–2016
Ross Bohlin CLP/Independent [4] Drysdale 2008–2012
Dr Chris Burns Labor Johnston 2001–2012
Jodeen Carney [3] CLP Araluen 2001–2010
Peter Chandler CLP Brennan 2008–2016
Matt Conlan CLP Greatorex 2007–2016
John Elferink CLP Port Darwin 1997–2005, 2008–2016
Adam Giles CLP Braitling 2008–2016
Michael Gunner Labor Fannie Bay 2008–present
Karl Hampton Labor Stuart 2006–2012
Hon Paul Henderson Labor Wanguri 1999–2013
Hon Rob Knight Labor Daly 2005–2012
Robyn Lambley[3] CLP Araluen 2010–present
Hon Delia Lawrie Labor Karama 2001–2016
Hon Gerry McCarthy Labor Barkly 2008–present
Hon Malarndirri McCarthy Labor Arnhem 2005–2012
Terry Mills CLP Blain 1999–2014, 2016–present
Kezia Purick CLP Goyder 2008–present
Marion Scrymgour Labor/Independent/Labor[1] Arafura 2001–2012
Peter Styles CLP Sanderson 2008–2016
Dave Tollner CLP Fong Lim 2008–2016
Hon Kon Vatskalis Labor Casuarina 2001–2014
Lynne Walker Labor Nhulunbuy 2008–2016
Willem Westra van Holthe CLP Katherine 2008–2016
Gerry Wood Independent Nelson 2001–present


1 Arafura MLA and former Deputy Chief Minister Marion Scrymgour resigned from the Labor on 4 June 2009 and sat as an independent. She rejoined the Labor Party on 4 August 2009.
2 MacDonnell MLA Alison Anderson resigned from the Labor Party on 4 August 2009 to sit as an independent. She subsequently joined the Country Liberal Party on 9 September 2011.
3 Araluen CLP MLA Jodeen Carney resigned on 3 September 2010. CLP candidate Robyn Lambley won the resulting by-election was held on 9 October 2010.
4 Drysdale CLP MLA Ross Bohlin lost party preselection to contest his seat for the next election, and announced his intention to run as an independent on 11 July 2012.

See also[edit]

Northern Territory Legislative Assembly
Preceded by
10th Assembly
11th Northern Territory Legislative Assembly
Succeeded by
12th Assembly