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New Cabinet responsibilities


Henderson, Paul

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Australian Labor Party


Media Releases for 11th Assembly 2008 - 2012; Media Releases; ParliamentNT






Corporate planning; Ministers (Government)

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Northern Territory Government

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Issued as a Media Release

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Northern Territory Government

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MINISTRY LIST Paul Raymond Henderson Chief Minister Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Services Minister for Major Projects and Economic Development Minister for Multicultural Affairs Minister for Defence Liaison Delia Phoebe Lawrie Treasurer Minister for Justice and Attorney-General Minister for Racing, Gaming and Licensing Minister for Alcohol Policy Christopher Bruce Burns Minister for Education and Training Minister for Public and Affordable Housing Minister for Public Employment Konstantine Vatskalis Minister for Health Minister for Children and Families Minister for Child Protection Minister for Primary Industry, Fisheries and Resources Daniel Robert Knight Minister for Business and Employment Minister for Trade Minister for Asian Relations Minister for Essential Services Minister for Defence Support Minister for Senior Territorians Minister for Young Territorians Malarndirri Barbara Anne McCarthy Minister for Local Government Minister for Regional Development Minister for Indigenous Development Minister for Tourism Minister for Womens Policy Minister for Statehood Karl Rio Hampton Minister for Natural Resources, Environment and Heritage Minister for Parks and Wildlife Minister for Climate Change Minister for Sport and Recreation Minister for Information, Communications and Technology Policy Minister for Central Australia

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