Annette King

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Dame Annette King

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19th High Commissioner of New Zealand to Australia
Assumed office
December 2018
MonarchElizabeth II
Prime MinisterJacinda Ardern
Preceded byChris Seed
14th Deputy Leader of the New Zealand Labour Party
In office
24 November 2014 – 1 March 2017
LeaderAndrew Little
Preceded byDavid Parker
Succeeded byJacinda Ardern
In office
11 November 2008 – 13 December 2011
LeaderPhil Goff
Preceded byMichael Cullen
Succeeded byGrant Robertson
45th Minister of Justice
In office
31 October 2007 – 19 November 2008
Prime MinisterHelen Clark
Preceded byMark Burton
Succeeded bySimon Power
23rd Minister of Transport
In office
3 May 2006 – 19 November 2008
Prime MinisterHelen Clark
Preceded byDavid Parker
Succeeded bySteven Joyce
34th Minister of Police
In office
19 October 2005 – 19 November 2008
Prime MinisterHelen Clark
Preceded byGeorge Hawkins
Succeeded byJudith Collins
35th Minister of Health
In office
10 December 1999 – 19 October 2005
Prime MinisterHelen Clark
Preceded byWyatt Creech
Succeeded byPete Hodgson
44th Minister of Immigration
In office
9 February 1990 – 2 November 1990
Prime MinisterGeoffrey Palmer
Mike Moore
Preceded byRoger Douglas
Succeeded byBill Birch
10th Minister of Employment
In office
14 August 1989 – 2 November 1990
Prime MinisterGeoffrey Palmer
Mike Moore
Preceded byPhil Goff
Succeeded byMaurice McTigue
Member of the New Zealand Parliament
for Template:NZ electorate link
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In office
6 November 1993 – 23 September 2017
Preceded byGraeme Reeves
Succeeded byPaul Eagle
Member of the New Zealand Parliament
for Horowhenua
In office
14 July 1984 – 27 October 1990
Preceded byGeoffrey Thompson
Succeeded byHamish Hancock
Personal details
Born
Annette Faye Robinson

(1947-09-13) 13 September 1947 (age 74)
Murchison, New Zealand
Political partyLabour
RelationsChris Finlayson (cousin)
ProfessionPolitician (former dental nurse)

Dame Annette Faye King[1] DNZM (née Robinson, born 13 September 1947) is a former New Zealand politician. She is the Deputy Leader of the New Zealand Labour Party and Deputy Leader of the Opposition from 2008 to 2011, and from 2014 until 1 March 2017.

References[change | change source]

  1. New Zealand Hansard – Members Sworn. 651. New Zealand Parliament. 8 December 2008. p. 2. Archived from the original on 23 February 2013. Retrieved 8 October 2014.