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Bill Neilson

Bill Neilson.jpg
34th Premier of Tasmania
In office
31 March 1975 – 1 December 1977
Preceded byEric Reece
Succeeded byDoug Lowe
ConstituencyFranklin
Personal details
Born(1925-08-27)27 August 1925
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
Died9 November 1989(1989-11-09) (aged 64)
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
NationalityAustralia Australian
Political partyLabor Party
Spouse(s)Jill Benjamin
OccupationPost delivery man

William Arthur Neilson AC (27 August 1925 – 9 November 1989) was Premier of Tasmania from 1975 to 1977.

Born in Hobart, and educated at Ogilvie High School, Neilson became a postman before entering politics. He married Jill Benjamin, daughter of Phyllis Benjamin, in Melbourne in 1948. They had one son Andrew and three daughters, Christine, Carol and Robin.

Neilson was elected to the Tasmanian House of Assembly on 23 November 1946 at the age of 21, representing the Labor Party (ALP). For many years he was not only the youngest MHA in Tasmania,[1] but also the youngest person to be elected to any Australian parliament.[2]

He held various cabinet offices, including those of Minister for Tourism and Attorney-General. For over a decade (1958-1969), and again 1972-1974, he was Minister for Education. He was made Attorney-General again on 12 April 1974, and five days later was also made Deputy Premier, Police Minister and Environment Minister.[3]

When the Premier Eric Reece was required to retire due to his age, Neilson was elected Tasmanian Leader of the ALP and Premier of Tasmania, on 31 March 1975. The following year Neilson's government was re-elected, narrowly defeating (by just one seat) the Liberal Party led by Sir Max Bingham; but towards the end of his tenure, he suffered from nervous exhaustion.[4] He resigned as Premier, and from Parliament, on 1 December 1977.

After his term as premier, Neilson accepted the position as Agent-General for Tasmania in London, but soon his successor in the premiership, Douglas Lowe, abolished the post on cost-cutting grounds. In the 1980s, Nielson wrote as a theatre critic for The Mercury newspaper in Hobart. He died of cancer in November 1989.

References

Political offices
Preceded by
Eric Reece
Premier of Tasmania
1975–1977
Succeeded by
Doug Lowe
Party political offices
Preceded by
Eric Reece
Leader of the Labor Party in Tasmania
1975–1977
Succeeded by
Doug Lowe


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