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Ian Viner

Minister for Defence Support
In office
7 May 1982 – 11 March 1983
Prime MinisterMalcolm Fraser
Preceded byoffice established
Succeeded byBrian Howe
Minister for Industrial Relations
In office
16 April 1981 – 7 May 1982
Preceded byAndrew Peacock
Succeeded byIan Macphee
Leader of the House
In office
27 September 1979 – 19 August 1980
LeaderMalcolm Fraser
Preceded byIan Sinclair
Succeeded byIan Sinclair
Minister of Employment and Youth Affairs
In office
5 December 1978 – 6 April 1981
Preceded byTony Street
Succeeded byNeil Brown
Minister of Aboriginal Affairs
In office
22 December 1975 – 5 December 1978
Preceded byTom Drake-Brockman
Succeeded byFred Chaney
Member of the Australian Parliament
In office
2 December 1972 – 5 March 1983
Preceded byHarry Webb
Succeeded byRon Edwards
Personal details
Robert Ian Viner

(1933-01-21) 21 January 1933 (age 88)
Claremont, Western Australia
Political partyLiberal Party of Australia

Robert Ian Viner AO (born 21 January 1933) is an Australian solicitor and barrister,[1] and former politician. He was the Liberal member for the House of Representatives seat of Stirling from 1972 until his defeat by Labor's Ron Edwards in the 1983 election.[2] He was Minister for Aboriginal Affairs from 1975 to 1978, Minister for Employment and Youth Affairs from 1978 to 1981—he was a cabinet minister from November 1980. In 1981, he was appointed Minister for Industrial Relations and, in April 1982, Minister for Defence Support and Minister Assisting the Minister for Defence[1] and a member of the Defence Council.


Viner is a former first-grade hockey player in Perth competitions. He has also represented Western Australia and Australia in veterans' hockey. He was captain of the first Australian Masters international touring team (1989–1990).[1]


He was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia in the Queen's Birthday Honours in June 1999.[3]


  1. ^ a b c Robert Ian Viner: Curriculum Vitae Archived 11 April 2013 at the Wayback Machine at Western Australian Bar Association
  2. ^ "Members of the House of Representatives since 1901". Parliamentary Handbook. Parliament of Australia. Archived from the original on 1 September 2007. Retrieved 13 November 2007.
  3. ^ VINER, Robert Ian Award entry, "It's an Honour" at Australian Government
Political offices
Preceded by
Tom Drake-Brockman
Minister for Aboriginal Affairs
Succeeded by
Fred Chaney
Preceded by
Tony Street
Minister for Employment and Youth Affairs
Succeeded by
Neil Brown
Preceded by
Andrew Peacock
Minister for Industrial Relations
Succeeded by
Ian Macphee
Preceded by
New title
Minister for Defence Support
Succeeded by
Brian Howe
Parliament of Australia
Preceded by
Harry Webb
Member for Stirling
Succeeded by
Ron Edwards
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