- Members of the New South Wales Legislative Council, 1995–1999
Name Party Term in office Franca Arena Labor/Independent  1981–1999 Richard Bull National 1984–2000 Hon Dr Meredith Burgmann Labor 1991–2007 Hon Jan Burnswoods Labor 1991–2007 Hon Virginia Chadwick Liberal 1978–1999 Dr Arthur Chesterfield-Evans  Democrat 1998–2007 Ian Cohen Greens 1995–2011 Alan Corbett A Better Future For Our Children 1995–2003 Ron Dyer Labor 1979–2003 Michael Egan Labor 1986–2005 Patricia Forsythe Liberal 1991–2006 Michael Gallacher  Liberal 1996–present Jenny Gardiner National 1991–present Duncan Gay National 1988–present Hon Marlene Goldsmith Liberal 1988–1999 Hon John Hannaford Liberal 1984–1999 Dorothy Isaksen Labor 1978–1988, 1990–1999 John Jobling Liberal 1984–2003 Johno Johnson Labor 1976–2001 Richard Jones Democrat/Independent  1988–2003 Hon Jim Kaldis Labor 1978–1999 Tony Kelly  Labor 1987–1988, 1997–2011 Mark Kersten  National 1995–1999 Hon Elisabeth Kirkby  Democrat 1981–1998 Charlie Lynn  Liberal 1995–present Ian Macdonald Labor 1988–2010 Hon Andy Manson Labor 1988–2000 Doug Moppett National 1976–1978, 1991–2000 Stephen Mutch  Liberal 1988–1996 Elaine Nile Christian Democratic Party 1988–2002 Rev Fred Nile Christian Democratic Party 1981–2004, 2004–present Paul O'Grady  Labor 1988–1996 Eddie Obeid Labor 1991–2011 Brian Pezzutti Liberal 1988–2003 Ted Pickering  Liberal 1976–1995 Peter Primrose  Labor 1996–present Bob Rowland Smith National 1974–1999 John Ryan Liberal 1991–2007 Janelle Saffin Labor 1995–2003 Jim Samios Liberal 1984–2003 Helen Sham-Ho Liberal/Independent  1988–2003 Jeff Shaw Labor 1990–2000 Patricia Staunton  Labor 1995–1997 Ann Symonds  Labor 1982–1998 Carmel Tebbutt  Labor 1998–2005 John Tingle Shooters Party 1995–2006 Hon Bryan Vaughan Labor 1981–1999 Hon Robert Webster  National 1991–1995 Hon Max Willis Liberal 1970–1999
- 1 National Party MLC Robert Webster resigned on 5 September 1995. Mark Kersten was appointed to the resulting casual vacancy on 19 September.
- 2 Liberal MLC Ted Pickering resigned on 11 October 1995. Charlie Lynn was appointed to the resulting casual vacancy on 19 October.
- 3 Labor MLC Paul O'Grady resigned on 3 January 1996. Former MLA Peter Primrose was appointed to the resulting casual vacancy on 17 April.
- 4 Liberal MLC Stephen Mutch resigned on 31 January 1996 in order to contest the Australian House of Representatives seat of Cook at the 1996 federal election. Michael Gallacher was appointed to the resulting casual vacancy on 17 April.
- 5 Richard Jones was elected as a representative of the Australian Democrats, but resigned from the party on 12 March 1996. He served out the remainder of his term as an independent.
- 6 Labor MLC Patricia Staunton resigned on 2 September 1997. Former MLC Tony Kelly was appointed to the resulting casual vacancy on 17 September.
- 7 Franca Arena was expelled from the Labor Party on 7 November 1997, after her unsubstantiated allegations of pedophilia led to the suicide of a retired Supreme Court judge. She survived a vote to expel her from parliament, and served out the remainder of her term as an independent.
- 8 Labor MLC Ann Symonds resigned on 30 April 1998. Carmel Tebbutt was appointed to the resulting casual vacancy on the same day.
- 9 Democrat MLC Elisabeth Kirkby resigned on 25 June 1998. Dr Arthur Chesterfield-Evans was appointed to fill the resulting casual vacancy on the same day.
- 10 Helen Sham-Ho was elected as a Liberal MLC, but resigned from the party on 29 June 1998. She served out the remainder of her term as an independent.
Members of the Parliament of New South Wales Legislative Council
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