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Sue Moroney

Labour List MP in Hamilton

Associate Workplace Relations and Safety Spokesperson

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Sue is a mum, a former journalist and a proud Hamiltonian and so she is a champion for early intervention and strong regional development plans. She loves a day at the races and her guilty pleasure is Coronation Street.

Sue has been an MP since 2005, she has held the roles of Junior Government Whip, Spokesperson for Education, Women's Affairs, Early Childhood Education, ACC and Aged Care at various times.

She brings her experience as a trade unionist and health advocate with her to Parliament. In the 1990s she negotiated the only nationwide employment agreement for people working with horses.

Career Highlights

  • Mother
  • Health Advocate
  • Champion of rights at work
  • Community Newspaper Editor and Journalist
  • Adult Educator

Contact Sue Moroney

Electorate office based in Hamilton West

Address: PO Box 611, Waikato Mail Centre
Phone: 07 839 6803
Fax: 07 839 6807
Email: suemoroneymp@parliament.govt.nz

Parliamentary office

Address: Freepost PO Box 18 888, Parliament Buildings, Wellington 6160
Phone: 04 817 9578
Fax: 04 817 6923
Email: sue.moroney@parliament.govt.nz


Latest from Sue Moroney

Motorcyclists deserve safety they’ve paid for

January 10, 2017

Motorcyclists deserve an explanation from the Government about why just one fifth of the money they have been charged has been spent on safety while the carnage continues on the roads, says Labour’s ACC and Transport Spokesperson Sue Moroney.


National should review safer road strategy

December 31, 2016

National needs to urgently review its “Safer Journeys” road safety strategy with the road toll increasing for the third year in a row making 2016 the deadliest year on New Zealand roads for six years, says Labour’s Transport spokesperson Sue Moroney.


Worst September road toll in years

October 01, 2016

The deadliest September on our roads since 2009 has meant tragedy for the family and friends of 25 people killed this month 17 more deaths than at the same time last year, says Labour’s Transport spokesperson Sue Moroney.

“We are heading for the third consecutive year of an increasing road toll – this is now a trend going in the wrong direction after decades of slow but steady decline in road deaths.


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