O'Farrell Ministry


O'Farrell Ministry

The O'Farrell ministry is the 93rd ministry of the Government of New South Wales, and is led by the 43rd Premier Barry O'Farrell.

The LiberalNational coalition ministry was formed following the defeat of the Keneally Labor government at the 2011 election. It was the first coalition ministry since the Greiner-Fahey-led coalition ministries of the late 1980s and early 1990s.

The ministry was sworn in on 3 April 2011 at Government House by the Lieutenant Governor, James Spigelman.[1] A few days earlier, on 28 March 2011, O’Farrell and his Deputy, Andrew Stoner were sworn in by Governor Marie Bashir, as Premier and Deputy Premier respectively at a ceremony held in the office of the Chief Secretary of New South Wales.[2]

Composition of ministry

Portfolio Minister Party Term commence Term end Term of office
Premier
Minister for Western Sydney
Hon. Barry O'Farrell MP   Liberal 28 March 2011 incumbent 237 days
Deputy Premier
Minister for Trade and Investment
Minister for Regional Infrastructure and Services
Hon. Andrew Stoner MP   Nationals
Minister for Health
Minister for Medical Research
Hon. Jillian Skinner MP   Liberal 3 April 2011 231 days
Minister for Education Hon. Adrian Piccoli MP   Nationals
Minister for Police and Emergency Services
Minister for the Hunter
Vice-President of the Executive Council
Hon. Michael Gallacher MP   Liberal
Minister for Roads and Ports Hon. Duncan Gay MLC   Nationals
Minister for Planning and Infrastructure
Minister Assisting the Premier on Infrastructure NSW
Hon. Brad Hazzard MP   Liberal
Minister for Resources and Energy
Special Minister of State
Minister for the Central Coast
Hon. Chris Hartcher MP   Liberal
Minister for Transport Hon. Gladys Berejiklian MP   Liberal
Minister for Tourism, Major Events, Hospitality and Racing
Minister for the Arts
Hon. George Souris MP   Nationals
Treasurer Hon. Mike Baird MP   Liberal
Minister for Finance and Services
Minister for the Illawarra
Hon. Greg Pearce MLC   Liberal
Minister for Primary Industries
Minister for Small Business
Hon. Katrina Hodgkinson MP   Nationals
Minister for Ageing
Minister for Disability Services
Hon. Andrew Constance MP   Liberal
Attorney General
Minister for Justice
Hon. Greg Smith MP SC   Liberal
Minister for Local Government
Minister for the North Coast
Hon. Don Page MP   Nationals
Minister for Family and Community Services
Minister for Women
Hon. Pru Goward MP   Liberal
Minister for Fair Trading Hon. Anthony Roberts MP   Liberal
Minister for Mental Health
Minister for Healthy Lifestyles
Minister for Western NSW
Hon. Kevin Humphries MP   Nationals
Minister for the Environment
Minister for Heritage
Hon. Robyn Parker MP   Liberal
Minister for Citizenship and Communities
Minister for Aboriginal Affairs
Hon. Victor Dominello MP   Liberal
Minister for Sport and Recreation Hon. Graham Annesley MP   Liberal

See also

References

Preceded by
Keneally ministry
O'Farrell ministry
2011–
Succeeded by
incumbent

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