Labor leader Luke Foley admits drink-driving convictions
Mr Foley, the NSW State Labor Party leader has admitted the offences to News Corp, saying he was caught by random breath tests, once at age 23 in 1993, and again in 2007.
Mr Foley said he blew about .07 after leaving a party and his licence was suspended for a fortnight.
Mr Foley blew .085 while driving home from a Labor Party fund-raiser and his licence was suspended for nine months.
The drink driving limit in Australia is .05, compared to the British limit of .08.