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National Portfolio Responsibilities, November 2003

National Portfolio Responsibilities, November 2003

1. Don Brash
Leader
Finance
SIS

2. Nick Smith
Deputy Leader
Local Government
Environment

3. Gerry Brownlee
Leader of the House
Transport
SOEs

4. Katherine Rich
Social Services
Associate Agriculture

5. Bill English
Education

6. Simon Power
Defence
Veterans’ Affairs
Associate Foreign Affairs
Youth Affairs

7. David Carter
Agriculture
Housing

8. Lockwood Smith
Foreign Affairs and Trade
Associate Revenue

9. Lynda Scott
Health
Senior Citizens
Food Safety

10. Wayne Mapp
Constitutional and Treaty of Waitangi Issues
Immigration

11. Murray McCully
Parliamentary Assistant to the Leader of the Opposition
State Services
Sports, Fitness and Leisure

12. Richard Worth
Justice

13. Roger Sowry
Labour and Industrial Relations
Energy

14. John Carter
Senior Whip

15. Tony Ryall
Law and Order

Clem Simich
Assistant Speaker
Attorney General

Georgina te Heuheu
Associate Constitutional and Treaty of Waitangi Issues
Maori Affairs
Broadcasting

Pansy Wong
Revenue
Asian Relationships
Associate Commerce

Shane Ardern
Associate Agriculture
Biosecurity
Conservation
Customs

Phil Heatley
Fisheries
Regional Development

Paul Hutchison
Associate Health
ACC
Science/CRIs
Arts, Culture and Heritage

Lindsay Tisch
Junior Whip
Racing
Internal Affairs
Small Business
Civil Defence and Emergency Services

Judith Collins
Associate Justice
Pacific Island Affairs
Tourism
Family

Brian Connell
Commerce
Forestry

Sandra Goudie
Consumer Affairs
Disability Issues
Associate Local Government

John Key
Deputy Finance
Associate Transport
Communications
Statistics


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