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Labour Caucus - 2011

Phil Goff
Leader of the Labour Party
Labour Caucus - 2011
(NB: Ranking promotions in bold. New portfolios in italics)

1. Phil Goff
Leader
SIS

2. Annette King
Deputy Leader
Social Policy

3. David Cunliffe
Finance

4. David Parker
Economic Development
Energy
Associate Finance
Shadow Attorney-General

5. Ruth Dyson
Conservation
State Services
Immigration

6. Clayton Cosgrove
Law & Order (incl. Police & Corrections)
SOEs
Associate Finance
Earthquake Recovery


7. Maryan Street
Foreign Affairs
Trade
Overseas Development Assistance

8. Darren Hughes
Education
Chief Whip

9. Trevor Mallard
Shadow Leader of the House
Associate Finance
Rugby World Cup
America’s Cup
Sport and Recreation

10. Parekura Horomia
Māori Affairs
Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations

11. Charles Chauvel
Justice
Environment

12. Grant Robertson
Health
Associate Arts, Culture & Heritage

13. Shane Jones
Transport
Infrastructure
Associate Māori Affairs (Economic Development)
Fisheries


14. Sue Moroney
Associate Education (ECE)
Associate Health (Aged Care)

15. Lianne Dalziel
Commerce
Small Business
Regulatory Reform
Electoral Reform

16. Su’a William Sio
Pacific Island Affairs
Inter-Faith Dialogue
Customs

17. Phil Twyford
Local Government
Building and Construction
Auckland Issues

18. Moana Mackey
Housing
Associate Research, Science & Technology

19. Jacinda Ardern
Employment
Youth Affairs
Associate Arts, Culture & Heritage

20. Nanaia Mahuta
Māori Social Development
Community and Voluntary Sector

Rick Barker (unranked – possible nomination for Speaker)
Assistant Speaker
Veterans Affairs
Courts

21. Damien O’Connor
Agriculture
Rural Affairs
Biosecurity

22. Steve Chadwick
Junior Whip
Arts, Culture & Heritage
23. Darien Fenton
Labour
Transport Safety

24. David Shearer
Defence
Research, Science & Technology

25. Stuart Nash
Revenue
Forestry
Associate Trade

26. Chris Hipkins
ACC
Internal Affairs


27. Kelvin Davis
Tourism
Associate Education (Special Education)
Associate Māori Affairs (Education)

28. Brendon Burns
Climate Change
Water
Associate Environment

Ross Robertson
Senior Citizens
Disarmament and Arms Control
Racing

Carol Beaumont
Women’s Affairs
Consumer Affairs
Associate Education (Skills)

Clare Curran
Communications
Broadcasting

Ashraf Choudhary
Food Safety
Associate Ethnic Affairs
Associate Research, Science & Technology

Raymond Huo
Chinese Community Affairs
Statistics
Law Commission


Iain Lees-Galloway
Land Information
Associate Health
Associate Defence
Associate Transport

Rajen Prasad
Ethnic Affairs
Associate Social Development

Mita Ririnui
Associate Treaty Issues
Associate Health (Māori)

Carmel Sepuloni
Disability Issues
Victims’ Rights
Associate Social Development

Kris Faafoi
Civil Defence
Associate Pacific Island Affairs

Pete Hodgson

George Hawkins

Lynne Pillay


ENDS


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