Queensland Labor Government: First Ministry
You can download short biographies of the new Cabinet members here.
- Annastacia Palaszczuk, Premier and Minister for Arts;
- Jackie Trad, Deputy Premier and Minister for Transport, Minister for Trade, Minister for Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning;
- Curtis Pitt, Treasurer, Minister for Employment and Industrial Relations*, and Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships;
- Jo-Ann Miller, Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Services, Minister for Corrective Services;
- Yvette D’Ath, Attorney-General and Minister for Justice, Minister for Training and Skills;
- Bill Byrne, Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries, Minister for Sport and Racing;
- Anthony Lyneham, Minister for State Development, Minister for Natural Resources and Mines;
- Shannon Fentiman, Minister for Communities, Women and Youth, Minister for Child Safety, Minister for Multicultural Affairs;
- Steven Miles, Minister for Environment and Heritage Protection, Minister for National Parks and the Great Barrier Reef;
- Cameron Dick, Minister for Health, Minister for Ambulance Services;
- Kate Jones, Minister for Education, Minister for Tourism, Major Events and Small Business, Minister for the Commonwealth Games;
- Coralee O’Rourke, Minister for Disability Services, Minister for Seniors, Minister Assisting the Premier on North Queensland;
- Leeanne Enoch, Minister for Housing and Public Works, Minister for Science and Innovation; and
- Mark Bailey, Minister for Main Roads, Road Safety and Ports, Minister for Energy and Water Supply.
Stirling Hinchliffe is not in Cabinet, but is Leader of the House and Assistant Minister of State Assisting the Premier.
Ministers will be sworn in tomorrow, Monday 16 February 2015 at 11.00 am.
The Cabinet will first meet on Monday 23 February, 2015; Parliamentary sitting dates have not yet been set.
* Updated: Early media reports omitted Employment and Industrial Relations from Curtis Pitt’s portfolio.
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