Malcolm Buckby

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Malcolm Buckby
Minister for Education
and Children's Services
In office
20 October 1997 – 5 March 2002
PremierJohn Olsen
Rob Kerin
Preceded byRob Lucas
Succeeded byTrish White
Member for Light
In office
11 December 1993 – 18 March 2006
Preceded byBruce Eastick
Succeeded byTony Piccolo
Personal details
Malcolm Robert Buckby

(1951-09-08) 8 September 1951 (age 72)
Political partyLiberal

Malcolm Robert Buckby (born 8 September 1951) is a former politician who lost his seat in the electoral district of Light in the 2006 SA election.[1] He is a former research economist and farmer first elected in 1993 replacing Bruce Eastick.

After the 2002 SA Election, Buckby was given the portfolios of Education, and transport, urban development, and planning portfolios in opposition. In April 2004 Buckby gave up his portfolios to concentrate on his electorate. Tony Piccolo won this seat in the 2006 SA election with 52.1% on two-party preference, a swing of 4.9%.


  1. ^ "Malcolm Buckby". Former members of the Parliament of South Australia. Retrieved 12 November 2022.

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South Australian House of Assembly
Preceded by Member for Light
Succeeded by