New cabinet to drive Territory’s economy forward

NT Government

Chief Minister Natasha Fyles has today announced her new ministry.

The new ministry is focused on continuing to drive multiple next generation projects and on working hard for Territorians.

The changes will allow ministers to deliver for Territorians whilst providing stability.

The ministers will be sworn into their new portfolios this morning at Government House.

The Member for Fong Lim Mark Monaghan has been selected by Caucus to become the new speaker.

Quotes attributable to Chief Minister Natasha Fyles:

“Our new cabinet, which will be sworn in today, will focus on strengthening the economy and tackling social challenges across the Territory.

“The new ministry will help keep our cabinet and caucus stable and balanced during this important time of change.

“We are prioritising sustainable communities for all Territorians with a transparent, united and stable government.

“Once sworn in, our team will continue putting our focus on our first priority – serving Territorians.”

FIRST FYLES MINISTRY

NATASHA FYLES

Chief Minister

Health

Alcohol Policy

Major Projects

Defence

NICOLE MANISON

Deputy Chief Minister

Tourism and Hospitality

Parks and Rangers

Advanced Manufacturing

Mining and Industry

Northern Australia and Trade

EVA LAWLER

Treasurer

Education

Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics

Territory Development

LAUREN MOSS

Environment, Climate Change and, Water Security

Mental Health and Suicide Prevention

Equality and Inclusion

Youth

Seniors

SELENA UIBO

Housing and Homelands

Renewables and Energy

Essential Services

Aboriginal Affairs

Treaty and Local Decision Making

PAUL KIRBY

Business, Jobs and Training

Agribusiness and Fisheries

Public Employment

Major Events

Veteran’ Affairs

KATE WORDEN

Police, Fire and Emergency Services

Territory Families

Prevention of Domestic, Family and Sexual Violence

Sport

CHANSEY PAECH

Attorney-General and Minister for Justice

Leader of Government Business

Racing, Gaming and Licensing

Local Government

Arts, Culture and Heritage

Desert Knowledge Australia

NGAREE AH KIT

Corporate and Digital Development

International Education

Disabilities

Multicultural Affairs

Northern Territory Government

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