Carmel Tebbutt

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Carmel Mary Tebbutt (born 22 January 1964) is an Australian politician. She is the Australian Labor Party Member for Marrickville in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly and was Deputy Premier of New South Wales from 2008 to 2011. She was also Minister for Health in the Keneally Government. She is the first woman to hold the position of Deputy Premier of New South Wales.


Tebbutt is one of seven children. She was born and raised in the country town of Forbes. Her family then moved to Sydney where she attended Catholic high schools. She went on to earn an Economics degree from Sydney University, graduating in 1986. She joined the Australian Labor Party in 1985, and is a member of its left-wing faction.

Tebbutt is married to Anthony Albanese, the Minister for Infrastructure and Transport in the federal Labor Government. Interestingly, her state seat of Marrickville is contained almost entirely within her husband's federal seat of Grayndler, leading the Greens to dub them as the 'King and Queen of Marrickville'. She and her husband have one young son named Nathan.

Parliamentary career

Tebbutt was elected to a seat on Marrickville Council in 1993 before becoming Deputy Mayor in 1995. She was appointed to the New South Wales Legislative Council filling a vacancy following the retirement of Ann Symonds in 1998.<ref...
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