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New National Party Line-up

Announced today (Wednesday) at 3pm by Jenny Shipley

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Jenny Shipley Leader
Wyatt Creech Shadow Minister of State, Associate ForeignAffairs,,Associate Revenue
Bill English Finance, Audit, Superannuation for Future Retirees
Roger Sowry Leader of the House, Health State Services
Max Bradford Foreign Affairs, Defence, Disarmament and Arms Control, Associate Finance
John Luxton International Trade Negotiations & Inward Investment, Economic & Regional Development
Nick Smith Sustainable Development , Conservation ,Environment Spokesperson Responsible for Provinces
Lockwood Smith Labour and Industrial Relations, SOEs, Associate Finance
Tony Ryall Police, Commerce
Murray McCully Local Government, Accident Insurance Spokesperson Responsible for Auckland
Maurice Williamson Tertiary Education, Information Technology, Research, Science and Technology
Bob Simcock Social Services, Employment Work and Income
David Carter Tourism, Housing
John Carter Senior Whip, Deputy Leader of the House, Civil Defence and Emergency Services
Gerry Brownlee Education
Belinda Vernon Transport, Arts, Culture and Heritage
Georgina Te Heuheu Maori Affairs, Treaty Negotiations
Wayne Mapp Justice, Associate Treaty Negotiations
Gavan Herlihy Agriculture, Associate International Trade and Inward Investment
Annabel Young Revenue, Associate Education (Education Review Office)
Brian Neeson Corrections, Associate Economic & Regional Development
Eric Roy Biosecurity and Border Control, Associate Agriculture, Associate Fisheries
Doug Kidd Fisheries, Fisheries Commission
Clem Simich Attorney General, Racing, Political Advisor Electoral Boundary Changes
Marie Hasler Immigration and Population, Consumer Affairs
Warren Kyd Small Business, Manufacturing, Statistics and Compliance Costs
Tony Steel Sport, Fitness and Leisure, Associate Tertiary Education ETSA Teacher and Industry Training
Pansy Wong Ethnic Affairs, Energy, Associate Commerce
Arthur Anae Pacific Island Affairs, Associate Housing
Shane Ardern Rural Affairs, Associate Agriculture Spokesperson for Rural New Zealand
Phil Heatley Forestry
Paul Hutchison Crown Research Institutes, Associate Research, Science and Technology Associate Health
Simon Power Youth Affairs. Associate Labour. Associate Sustainable Development Conservation Environment
Katherine Rich Broadcasting. National Library. National Archives
Lynda Scott Senior Citizens. Superannuation for Current Retirees .Associate Health
Lindsay Tisch Internal Affairs
Anne Tolley Women's Affairs. Early Childhood Education
Richard Worth Courts. Veterans' Affairs, Associate Justice, Associate Attorney-General
Alec Neill Communications, Associate Commerce, Associate Justice

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