Second Everingham Ministry


Second Everingham Ministry

The Second Everingham Ministry was the sixth ministry to come from the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly. It came into existence on January 2, 1979, when Chief Minister Paul Everingham promoted Nick Dondas into the ministry and created several new portfolios accordingly, and lasted until March 8, 1979, when Everingham directed Dondas to share some of the workload of another minister, Jim Robertson.

* Hon Paul Everingham, MLA: Chief Minister and Attorney-General
* Hon Marshall Perron, MLA: Deputy Chief Minister, Treasurer and Minister for Lands and Housing
* Hon Ian Tuxworth, MLA: Minister for Health and Minister for Mines and Energy
* Hon Jim Robertson, MLA: Manager of Government Business, Minister for Community Development and Minister for Education
* Hon Roger Steele, MLA: Minister for Industrial Development and Minister for Transport and Works
* Hon Nick Dondas, MLA: Minister for Youth, Sport and Recreation and Minister Assisting the Chief Minister


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