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RE-MEMBER (FORMER MEMBERS)
Peter James Loney
Marital Status: Married.
- Geelong High School. BA (Deakin University). Trained Primary Teachers Certificate (Geelong Teachers College).
Primary School Teacher 1966-92. State Councillor, Federated Teachers Union of Victoria 1986-92. President, Geelong Trades Hall Council 1988-89. Assistant Senior Timekeeper, Geelong Football Club since 1978-99. Team Manager, Mazda Otway Classic 1986-93. Chairman, International Fibre Centre since December 1999. Board Member, Steampacket Place Board since December 1999. Member, Board of Management, Geelong Financial Counselling and Consumer Information Service 1998-2002. Geelong Football Club; Geelong Racing Club; Melbourne Cricket Club; North Shore Football Club; Geelong Thoroughbred Club; Briseis Club.
TeacherCommissioner, Geelong Regional Commission 1984-92.
- Australian Labor Party
|Legislative Assembly||Geelong North||3 October 1992||29 November 2002||Seat abolished|
|Legislative Assembly||Lara||30 November 2002||24 November 2006|
*The Start date for Members elected after 1900 is the date they were elected. The start date for pre-1900 Members is the date they were sworn in.
- Shadow Minister for Small Business and Enterprise Development and Shadow Minister for Youth Affairs 1993-96
Shadow Minister for Tourism 1996-97
Shadow Assisting the Opposition Leader on Rural and Regional Development 1997-99
Shadow Minister for Energy and Resources 1996-99
Deputy Speaker March 2003-06
Committee Service: Law Reform Committee 1992-98
Public Accounts and Estimates Committee 1998-2002 (Chairman 1999-2002)
LA Privileges Committee 1999-2002
LA Standing Orders Cttee 2003-06
References: Victorian Parliamentary Handbook.
Data Source: Victorian Parliamentary Handbook, 54th Parliament
Last updated: 20th November 2018