Cabinet reshuffle: List of ministers

Last updated 19:39 22/01/2013

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CABINET MINISTERS:

1 John Key
Prime Minister
Minister of Tourism
Minister Responsible for Ministerial Services
Minister in Charge of the NZ Security Intelligence Service
Minister Responsible for the GCSB
 
2 Bill English
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Finance
 
3 Gerry Brownlee
Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery
Minister of Transport
Leader of the House
Minister Responsible for the Earthquake Commission
 
4 Steven Joyce
Minister for Economic Development
Minister of Science and Innovation
Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment
Associate Minister of Finance
 
5 Judith Collins
Minister of Justice
Minister for ACC
Minister for Ethnic Affairs
 
6 Tony Ryall
Minister of Health
Minister for State-Owned Enterprises
 
7 Hekia Parata
Minister of Education
Minister of Pacific Island Affairs
 
8 Christopher Finlayson
Attorney-General
Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations
Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage
Associate Minister of Maori Affairs
 
9 Paula Bennett
Minister for Social Development
Associate Minister of Housing
 
10 Jonathan Coleman
Minister of Defence
Minister of State Services
Associate Minister of Finance
 
11 Murray McCully
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Minister for Sport and Recreation
 
12 Anne Tolley
Minister of Police
Minister of Corrections
Deputy Leader of the House
 
13 Nick Smith
Minister of Conservation
Minister of Housing
 
14 Tim Groser
Minister of Trade
Minister for Climate Change Issues5
Associate Minister of Foreign Affairs
 
15 Amy Adams
Minister for the Environment
Minister for Communications and Information Technology
Associate Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery
 
16 Nathan Guy
Minister for Primary Industries
Minister for Racing
 
17 Craig Foss
Minister of Commerce
Minister of Consumer Affairs
Minister of Broadcasting
Associate Minister for ACC
 
18 Chris Tremain
Minister of Internal Affairs
Minister of Local Government
Associate Minister of Tourism
 
19 Simon Bridges
Minister of Energy and Resources
Minister of Labour
Associate Minister for Climate Change Issues
 
20 Nikki Kaye
Minister for Food Safety
Minister of Civil Defence
Minister of Youth Affairs
Associate Minister of Education
Associate Minister of Immigration
 
MINISTERS OUTSIDE CABINET:
 
21 Maurice Williamson
Minister for Building and Construction
Minister of Customs
Minister for Land Information
Minister of Statistics
 
22 Jo Goodhew
Minister for the Community and Voluntary Sector
Minister for Senior Citizens
Minister of Women’s Affairs
Associate Minister of Health
Associate Minister for Primary Industries
 
23 Chester Borrows
Minister for Courts
Associate Minister of Justice
Associate Minister for Social Development
 
24 Michael Woodhouse
Minister of Immigration
Minister of Veterans’ Affairs
Associate Minister of Transport
 
SUPPORT PARTY MINISTERS:
 
Peter Dunne (UnitedFuture)
Minister of Revenue
Associate Minister of Conservation
Associate Minister of Health
 
John Banks (ACT)
Minister for Regulatory Reform
Minister for Small Business
Associate Minister of Commerce
Associate Minister of Education
 
Pita Sharples (Maori Party)
Minister of Maori Affairs
Associate Minister of Corrections
Associate Minister of Education
 
Tariana Turia (Maori Party)
Minister for Whanau Ora
Minister for Disability Issues
Associate Minister of Health
Associate Minister of Housing
Associate Minister for Social Development
Associate Minister for Tertiary
Education, Skills and Employmen

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