The Hon. Diana Laidlaw was a Member of the South Australia Legislative Council for over 20 years. During that time she was Minister for Transport (1995-1997); Transport and Urban Planning (1997-2002); The Arts (1993-2002); the Status of Women (1993-2002). Prior to entering Parliament Laidlaw was an assistant to both a State Minister and Federal Parliamentarians.
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Assistant to Federal Parliamentarians
Assistant to State Minister
South Australian representative to the Australia Fund
Liberal Member of the South Australian Legislative Council
Member of the South Australian Board for the Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Trust for Young Australians
Vice-president of Sturt Football Club
Participant at His Royal Highness Duke of Edinburgh Sixth Commonwealth Study Conference
Senior Vice-President of the Commonwealth Club (Adelaide)
National Director of the Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Trust for Young Australians
South Australian Shadow Minister for Tourism
Delegation Leader of the Australian Political Exchange Programme to China
Patron of the Handknitters Guild of South Australia
South Australian Shadow Minister for Transport, Marine, Arts and Cultural Heritage, Status of Women and Local Government
South Australian Minister for Transport
South Australian Minister for the Status of Women
South Australian Minister for The Arts
Patron of the Australian Institute of Traffic Planning and Management
Patron of the Surf Life Saving Club of South Australia
Patron of the South Australian Society of Model and Experimental Engineers
Patron of the Victor Harbor Horse and Tram Society
Patron of the Independent Theatre Inc.
Member of the Chartered Institute of Transport Australia Inc.
Patron of the Food and Wine Writers Festival
South Australian Minister for Transport and Urban Planning
The Mail (Adelaide, SA : 1912 - 1954)Saturday 14 October 1939 p 13 Article Illustrated
... £LFWYN Laidlaw, charming visitor from Victoria, who is staying in Adelaide with Betty Bagot, was ... bow of pale blue taffeta adorning one shoulder was chosen by Mrs. Simpson, while Diana Mayo donned an ...
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The Mail (Adelaide, SA : 1912 - 1954)Saturday 16 October 1937 p 13 Article Illustrated
... of the valley. Mrs. A. E. Laidlaw, of North Adelaide, sailed in the same ship. She is bound for ... travelling with Mrs. Laidlaw. Misses Betty Despard and Yvette Wilson, who will disembark at Colombo, held ...