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Presidents of the Senate
Photo Name Entered Office Left Office
Photo Senator The Hon. Sir George Ratteray, Kt, CBE 1969 1980
Photo Senator The Hon. Hugh A. RICHARDSON, CBE, JP 1980 1987
Photo Senator The Hon. Albert JACKSON, CBE, JP 1987 1998
Photo Senator The Hon. Alfred T. OUGHTON 1998 2008
Photo Senator The Hon. Carol A.M. BASSETT, JP 2008 2017
Photo Senator The Hon. Joan E. DILLAS-WRIGHT, JP 2017 Present

Former Presidents of the Legislative Council

Name Entered Office Left Office
Sir. Josiah REES 1888 1899
Sir. S. Brownlow REY 1900 1904
H. C. GOLLAN 1904 1911
P. M. C. SHERIFF 1912 1917
Sir. C. REES-DAVIES 1917 1923
Sir. K. J. BEATTY 1924 1927
Sir. S. O. Rowan HAMILTON 1927 1939
R. C. Hollis HALLETT, ATG, CJ 1939 1941
Sir. C. G. Brooke FRANCIS 1941 1952
Sir. J. Trounsell GILBERT, CBE 1952 1958
Sir. Newnhan A. WORLEY, KBE 1958 1960
Sir Allen C. SMITH, KT, MC, ATG, CJ 1960 1961
Sir. Myles John ABBOTT 1961 1968
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