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Ministerial List for announcement - 20 Dec. 2004

Ministerial List for announcement
20 December 2004

 

THE CABINET

Portfolios

Other responsibilities

1

Rt Hon Helen Clark

Prime Minister

Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage

 

Ministerial Services

Minister in Charge of the NZ Security Intelligence Service

Minister Responsible for the GCSB

2

Hon Dr Michael Cullen

Deputy Prime Minister

Minister of Finance

Minister of Revenue

(Attorney-General designate)

 

Leader of the House

 

 

3

Hon Jim Anderton

Minister for Economic Development

Minister for Industry and Regional Development

Minister of Forestry

 

Minister Responsible for the Public Trust

Associate Minister of Health

4

Hon Steve Maharey

Minister for Social Development and Employment

Minister of Housing

Minister of Broadcasting

Minister of Research, Science and Technology

Minister for Crown Research Institutes

Minister of Youth Affairs

 

5

Hon Phil Goff

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Minister of Justice

Minister of Pacific Island Affairs

 

 

6

Hon Annette King

Minister of Health

Minister for Food Safety

 

 

 

7

Hon Jim Sutton

Minister of Agriculture

Minister for Biosecurity

Minister for Trade Negotiations

 

Associate Minister for Rural Affairs

8

Hon Trevor Mallard

Minister of Education (Tertiary, International and ECE)

Minister of State Services

Minister of Energy

Minister for Sport and Recreation

 

Coordinating Minister, Race Relations

Associate Minister of Finance

9

Hon Pete Hodgson

Minister of Transport

Minister of Commerce

Minister for Land Information

Minister of Statistics

 

Associate Minister of Health

Associate Minister for Industry and Regional Development

Convenor, Ministerial Group on Climate Change

10

Hon Margaret Wilson

Attorney-General

[Includes responsibility for Serious Fraud Office]

Minister in Charge of Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations

 

11

Hon Parekura Horomia

Minister of Maori Affairs

 

Associate Minister for Social Development and Employment

Associate Minister of Education

Associate Minister of State Services

Associate Minister of Fisheries

Associate Minister of Youth Affairs

12

Hon George Hawkins

Minister of Police

Minister of Internal Affairs

Minister of Civil Defence

Minister of Veterans’ Affairs

 

 

13

Hon Mark Burton

Minister of Defence

Minister of Tourism

(Minister in Charge of Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations designate)

 

Deputy Leader of the House

Associate Minister in Charge of Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations

14

Hon Paul Swain

Minister of Labour

Minister of Immigration

Minister of Corrections

Minister for State Owned Enterprises

 

Associate Minister of Communications

Associate Minister for Information Technology

15

Hon Marian Hobbs

Minister for the Environment

Minister for Disarmament and Arms Control

 

Minister Responsible for Archives New Zealand

Minister Responsible for the National Library

Minister Responsible for the Law Commission

Associate Minister of Justice

Associate Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade (Official Development Assistance)

Associate Minister for Biosecurity

Urban Affairs

16

Hon Ruth Dyson

Minister for ACC

Minister for Senior Citizens

Minister of Women’s Affairs

 

Minister for Disability Issues

Associate Minister for Social Development and Employment (CYF)

Associate Minister of Labour

17

Hon Chris Carter

Minister of Conservation

Minister of Local Government

Minister for Building Issues

 

Minister for Ethnic Affairs

18

Hon Rick Barker

Minister for Courts

Minister of Customs

Minister for the Community and Voluntary Sector

 

Minister for Small Business

Associate Minister of Justice

Associate Minister for Social Development and Employment

 

 

19

Hon David Benson-Pope

Minister of Fisheries

Minister Responsible for the Education Review Office

Associate Minister of Education, with responsibility for compulsory sector and special education

Associate Minister for the Environment

Associate Minister of Justice

 

 

MINISTERS OUTSIDE CABINET

 

 

20

Hon Judith Tizard

Minister of Consumer Affairs

 

Associate Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage

Associate Minister of Commerce

Associate Minister of Transport

Auckland Issues

21

Hon Dover Samuels

Minister of State

 

Associate Minister for Economic Development

Associate Minister for Industry and Regional Development

Associate Minister of Housing

Associate Minister of Tourism

22

Hon Damien O’Connor

Minister for Racing

 

Minister for Rural Affairs

Associate Minister of Agriculture

Associate Minister of Health

Associate Minister of Immigration

23

Hon Harry Duynhoven

Minister for Transport Safety

 

Associate Minister of Energy

24

Hon Taito Phillip Field

Minister of State

 

Associate Minister of Justice

Associate Minister of Pacific Island Affairs

Associate Minister for Social Development and Employment

 

25

Hon David Cunliffe

Minister of Communications

Minister for Information Technology

 

Associate Minister of Finance

Associate Minister of Revenue

Associate Minister for State Owned Enterprises

26

Mita Ririnui, MP

Minister of State

 

Associate Minister of Health

Associate Minister of Corrections

Associate Minister in Charge of Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations

Associate Minister of Forestry

PARLIAMENTARY UNDER-SECRETARY

 

Mahara Okeroa, MP

Parliamentary Under-Secretary to the

Minister of Maori Affairs

Minister of Education

Minister of Conservation

 

ENDS

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