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  7. "Surprises Among Party Spokesmen". The New Zealand Herald . 30 January 1976. p. 10.
  8. "Rowling shuffles his pack". Auckland Star . 9 December 1978. p. 3.
  9. "Heads of Labour Posts Named". The New Zealand Herald . 15 December 1979. p. 12.
  10. "Labour leader allocates responsibilities". The Press . 17 March 1983. p. 3.
  11. "Mr Moore Jumps to Third Spot in Labour Line-Up". The New Zealand Herald . 7 April 1983. p. 1.
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Mick Connelly
Mick Connelly MP.jpg
Connelly in 1969
27th Minister of Works
In office
13 March 1975 12 December 1975
Political offices
Preceded by Minister of Customs
1972–1975
Succeeded by
Preceded by Minister of Police
1972–1975
Succeeded by
Preceded by Minister of Statistics
1974–1975
Succeeded by
Preceded by Minister of Works
1975
Succeeded by
New Zealand Parliament
Preceded by Member of Parliament for Riccarton
1956–1969
Succeeded by
New constituency Member of Parliament for Wigram
1969–1978
Vacant
Constituency abolished, recreated in 1996
Title next held by
Jim Anderton
Member of Parliament for Yaldhurst
1978–1984
Succeeded by