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Ministerial List for Announcement (for appointment on 20 December 2016)


CABINET MINISTERS Portfolios Other responsibilities

1 Rt Hon Bill English Prime Minister Minister for National Security and Intelligence Minister Responsible for Ministerial Services

2 Hon Paula Bennett Deputy Prime Minister Minister of State Services Minister for Women Minister of Tourism Minister of Police Minister for Climate Change Issues

3 Hon Steven Joyce Minister of Finance Minister for Infrastructure

4 Hon Gerry Brownlee Minister supporting Greater Christchurch Regeneration Minister of Defence Minister of Civil Defence Leader of the House Minister Responsible for the Earthquake Commission

5 Hon Simon Bridges Minister for Economic Development Minister of Transport Minister for Communications Deputy Leader of the House Associate Minister of Finance

6 Hon Amy Adams Minister of Justice Minister for Courts Minister for Social Housing Minister Responsible for Social Investment Minister Responsible for HNZC Associate Minister of Finance

7 Hon Dr Jonathan Coleman Minister of Health Minister for Sport and Recreation

8 Hon Christopher Finlayson QC Attorney-General Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations Minister in Charge of the NZ Security Intelligence Service Minister Responsible for the GCSB Associate Minister for Māori Development

9 Hon Michael Woodhouse Minister of Immigration Minister for Workplace Relations and Safety Minister for ACC 1 The Broadcasting portfolio has been disestablished. Its responsibilities are now included within the Communications and the Arts, Culture and Heritage portfolios.

10 Hon Anne Tolley Minister for Children Minister for Social Development Minister of Local Government

11 Hon Hekia Parata Minister of Education

12 Hon Nathan Guy Minister for Primary Industries Minister for Racing Associate Minister for Economic Development

13 Hon Murray McCully Minister of Foreign Affairs

14 Hon Nikki Kaye Minister for Youth Associate Minister of Education

15 Hon Dr Nick Smith Minister for the Environment Minister for Building and Construction

16 Hon Judith Collins Minister of Revenue Minister of Energy and Resources Minister for Ethnic Communities 2 The Education portfolio includes responsibility for Novopay

17 Hon Todd McClay Minister of Trade Minister for State Owned Enterprises

18 Hon Maggie Barry Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage3 Minister of Conservation Minister for Seniors

19 Hon Paul Goldsmith Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister of Science and Innovation Minister for Regulatory Reform

20 Hon Louise Upston Minister of Corrections Associate Minister of Education Associate Minister for Primary Industries Associate Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment

21 Alfred Ngaro MP Minister for Pacific Peoples Minister for the Community and Voluntary Sector Associate Minister for Children Associate Minister for Social Housing

3 The Broadcasting portfolio has been disestablished, and its responsibilities are now included within the Communications and the Arts, Culture and Heritage portfolios.

22 Hon Nicky Wagner Minister of Customs Minister for Disability Issues Associate Minister supporting Greater Christchurch Regeneration Associate Minister of Conservation Associate Minister of Health Associate Minister of Tourism

23 Mark Mitchell MP Minister for Land Information Minister of Statistics Associate Minister of Justice

24 Jacqui Dean MP Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister for Small Business Associate Minister for ACC Associate Minister of Local Government

25 David Bennett MP Minister of Veterans’ Affairs Minister for Food Safety Associate Minister of Immigration Associate Minister of Transport

Hon Peter Dunne Minister of Internal Affairs Associate Minister of Conservation Associate Minister of Health

Hon Te Ururoa Flavell Minister for Māori Development Minister for Whānau Ora Associate Minister for Economic Development

PARLIAMENTARY UNDER-SECRETARY

David Seymour MP Parliamentary Under-Secretary to the Minister of Education Minister for Regulatory Reform

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