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John Anderson (Australian politician)

Anderson (left) with Kevin Humphries (right)
Personal data
Date of birth14 November 1956(age 54)
Place of birthSydney
Political partyNational
ReligionAnglican (Evangelical)
11th Deputy Prime Minister of Australia
In office20 July 1999 - 6 July 2005
Succeeded byMark Vaile
Preceded byTim Fischer
In office15 April 1989 - 17 October 2007
Succeeded byDivision abolished
Preceded byRalph Hunt

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John Duncan Anderson AO (born 14 November 1956) is a former Australian politician. He served as the Deputy Prime Minister of Australia and Leader of the rural-based National Party of Australia from July 1999 to July 2005.

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John Anderson - ESPN (blog) Tweet this news
ESPN (blog)--Somewhere between Gebrselassie and Pheidippides go I. That first fella ran the fastest marathon ever... the second guy ran the first marathon ever. ... - Date : Sat, 06 Nov 2010 13:33:57 GMT+00:00
Country artist Anderson on top team in Neb. hunt - Plain Dealer Tweet this news
Plain Dealer--(AP) � Country music artist -John Anderson- was on the winning team at this weekend's 50th annual One Box Hunt in central Nebraska. Anderson and his mates on ... - Date : Sun, 07 Nov 2010 17:43:08 GMT+00:00
Tycoons Still Working It Past 90 - Forbes Tweet this news
Forbes---...- their businesses and investments, including casino mogul Kirk Kerkorian, oil and gas driller Bill "Tex" Moncrief Jr. and Topa Equities' -John Anderson-. ... - Date : Thu, 05 Aug 2010 19:57:54 GMT+00:00
Australian musician bringing old John Anderson fiddle 'home' for frenzy - Shetland Times Online Tweet this news
Shetland Times Online---John Anderson- was born in Ulsta, Yell, in 1882, and emigrated to Australia in 1912 where he settled with his wife, Mary Sinclair, from Sandness, ... - Date : Thu, 05 Aug 2010 13:44:36 GMT+00:00
Playing the World's Hardest Mini-Golf Course - ABC News Tweet this news
ABC News--And -John Anderson- Taylor -- "everybody calls me Bo" -- wouldn't have it any other way. Every few months, just when he thinks people are starting to master ... - Date : Thu, 05 Aug 2010 11:05:14 GMT+00:00
Sir John yet to be asked about renomination - Radio New Zealand Tweet this news
Radio New Zealand--New Zealand Cricket says it's yet to discuss with its former chairman, Sir -John Anderson-, whether he's still prepared to be nominated for a top ... - Date : Tue, 06 Jul 2010 03:55:08 GMT+00:00
Man shot and killed in Jupiter;Sketch of suspect released - WPTV Tweet this news
WPTV--Her boyfriend, -John- D. -Anderson- died during the early morning shooting. Suspect evidence collected from the scene is still being processed, according to ... - Date : Tue, 06 Jul 2010 03:16:49 GMT+00:00
Beautiful Islands - Variety Tweet this news
Variety--An Eleven Arts (in US) release of a Tomoko Kana production. Produced by Kana. Executive producer, Hirokazu Kore-eda. ... - Date : Mon, 05 Jul 2010 23:35:06 GMT+00:00
Director of Transportation Security Administration (TSA): Who is John Pistole? - AllGov Tweet this news
AllGov--Pistole's father, Dr. Hollis Pistole, was a professor of theology at -Anderson- University in -Anderson-, Indiana, and his mother, Elisabeth, was a high school ... - Date : Tue, 29 Jun 2010 13:10:22 GMT+00:00
John Howard is likely to lose election to be next ICC vice-president - The Australian Tweet this news
The Australian---...- long-serving and much admired former New Zealand Cricket chairman -John Anderson-, to have Mr Howard installed as Australasia's nomination. ... - Date : Tue, 29 Jun 2010 14:23:51 GMT+00:00

Political offices
Preceded by
Bob Collins
Minister for Primary Industries and Energy
Succeeded by
Mark Vaile
Preceded by
Mark Vaile
Minister for Transport and Regional Development
Succeeded by
Warren Truss
Preceded by
Tim Fischer
Deputy Prime Minister of Australia
Succeeded by
Mark Vaile
Party political offices
Preceded by
Tim Fischer
Leader of the National Party of Australia
Succeeded by
Mark Vaile
Preceded by
Bruce Lloyd
Deputy Leader of the
National Party of Australia
Succeeded by
Mark Vaile
Parliament of Australia
Preceded by
Ralph Hunt
Member for Gwydir
1989 - 2007

Leaders of the National Party of Australia (formerly Country Party)

McWilliams * Page * Cameron * Fadden * McEwen * Anthony * Sinclair * Blunt * Fischer * Anderson * Vaile * Truss |

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