Mr John Norman Hyde MLA BA, DipEd
Shadow Minister for Local Government; Culture and the Arts; Heritage; Citizenship and Multicultural Interests

House:Legislative Assembly
Party:Australian Labor Party
Electorate:Perth

Inaugural Speech:

Speeches by Mr John Norman Hyde


Extract from the Western Australian Parliamentary Handbook
HYDE, John Norman MLA
Member for Perth
Australian Labor Party

PARLIAMENTARY SERVICE

Elected to the Thirty-Sixth Parliament for Perth on 10 February 2001 in succession to Diana Muriel Warnock (retired).
Re-elected 2005, 2008. Defeated by Eleni Evangel at the general election of 9 March 2013.

Ministerial Appointments

Parliamentary Secretary to the Attorney General; Minister for Health; Electoral Affairs from 11 April 2007 to 6 September 2008.

Shadow Ministerial Appointments

Shadow Minister for Culture and the Arts; Heritage; Multicultural Interests; Citizenship from 8 April 2009 to 27 January 2012.
Shadow Minister for Local Government; Culture and the Arts; Heritage; Citizenship and Multicultural Interests from 27 January 2012.

Standing Committees

Member Standing Committee on Community Development and Justice from 30 May 2001 to 23 January 2005.
Deputy Chairman Joint Standing Committee on the Anti-Corruption Commission from 28 June 2001 to 13 May 2004.
Deputy Chairman Joint Standing Committee on the Corruption and Crime Commission from 13 May 2004 to 23 January 2005.
Member Joint Standing Committee on the Corruption and Crime Commission from 13 November 2008 to 30 January 2013.



PERSONAL

Birth

Born 13 October 1957, Hamilton, Victoria. Arrived first in Western Australia in 1961 and since 1990.

Marital Status

Inter-dependent relationship

Qualifications and Occupation Before Entering Parliament

Business owner, theatre director and actor.

ELECTORATE - SHORT DESCRIPTION

The electorate of Perth is located in the North Metropolitan Region and includes the suburbs/towns of Leederville, Mt Hawthorn, North Perth, Northbridge and parts of Coolbinia, East Perth, Glendalough, Highgate, Menora, Mt Lawley, Perth and West Perth.
Enrolment (26 February 2007) 22,514; area: 22 sq kms.