Liverpool makes history: Ned Mannoun, city's youngest and first ever Liberal mayor-elect

By Farah Abdurahman
Updated September 11 2012 - 11:59pm, first published 5:11am
New start: Liverpool's Liberal mayor-elect Ned Mannoun with fellow elected councillors Tony Hadchiti and Mazhar Hadid in front of the statue of the town's founder, Governor Lachlan Macquarie. Photo by Michael Szabath.
Mayor: Ned Mannoun the incoming Mayor of Liverpool, with his son Soloman (11months) who needs a new kidney, his wife Tina and their two day old baby Jacob.
New start: Liverpool's Liberal mayor-elect Ned Mannoun with fellow elected councillors Tony Hadchiti and Mazhar Hadid in front of the statue of the town's founder, Governor Lachlan Macquarie. Photo by Michael Szabath.

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Mayor: Ned Mannoun the incoming Mayor of Liverpool, with his son Soloman (11months) who needs a new kidney, his wife Tina and their two day old baby Jacob.

STANDING at the forefront of Liverpool's 202 year-old history is the city's youngest ever mayor, the Liberal Party's candidate of the 2012 council elections, Ned Mannoun.

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