Healy was born in Toowoomba and was a radio broadcaster and political commentator before his election. Having been elected to parliament in 1992, he was Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Families, Youth and Community Care from February to June 1998. Following the Coalition's defeat at that year's election, he became Shadow Minister for Tourism, Sport and Racing, moving to Small Business in February 1999. Healy was defeated at the 2001 state election.
|Parliament of Queensland|
|Member for Toowoomba North
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