- Clive Matthewson
Parliament of New Zealand Years Term Electorate Party 1984–1987 41st Dunedin West Labour 1987–1990 42nd Dunedin West Labour 1990–1993 43rd Dunedin West Labour 1993–1995 44th Dunedin West Labour 1995–1996 Changed allegiance to: United NZ
Matthewson was originally a member of the Labour Party, representing the Dunedin West seat. He left Labour in 1995 to jointly establish the United New Zealand party with six other sitting MPs. Matthewson became United's leader, and when the party formed a coalition with the governing National Party in 1996 he was made a Cabinet Minister. In the 1996 election, Peter Dunne was the only United politician to keep his seat, and Matthewson did not return to Parliament.
He was the Director of Development and Alumni Relations at the University of Otago from 2002 to 2008, and between 23 July 2004 and 30 September 2008 was on the board of directors for the New Zealand Railways Corporation.
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United Future New Zealand Party leaders
Clive Matthewson · Peter Dunne
Current MPs Former United Future MPs Former United MPs Related Parties
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