John Mason (Australian Politician)

John Mason (Australian Politician)

John Marsden Mason (born 20 November 1928) is a former Australian politician, a member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly for 16 years.

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... Mason joined the Liberal Party of Australia and was elected as the member for Dubbo,a large rural seat in central New South Wales which had been vacant owing to the death of the sitting member Les Ford in 1964,in ... Mason served on the backbench throughout the Askin Government,later being appointed to the Zoological Board of New South Wales 19731975) ... However,when Askin retired,his successor as Premier,Tom Lewis,appointed him as Minister for Lands and Minister for Forests on 30 June 1975 ...

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