Full New South Wales Government Ministry List under Premier Mike Baird

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Full New South Wales Government Ministry List under Premier Mike Baird

The Hon Mike Baird MP (Lib)
Premier of NSW
Minister for Infrastructure
Minister for Western Sydney

The Hon Andrew Stoner MP (Nat)
Deputy Premier of NSW
Minister for Trade and Investment Minister for Regional Infrastructure and Services
Minister for Tourism and Major Events
Minister for Small Business
Minister for the North Coast

The Hon Andrew Constance MP (Lib)

The Hon Gladys Berejiklian MP (Lib)
Minister for Transport
Minister for the Hunter

The Hon Adrian Piccoli MP (Nat)
Minister for Education

The Hon Michael Gallacher MLC (Lib)
Minister for Police and Emergency Services
Minister for Industrial Relations
Minister for the Central Coast

The Hon Duncan Gay MLC (Nat)
Minister for Roads and Freight

The Hon Anthony Roberts MP (Lib)
Minister for Resources and Energy

The Hon Jillian Skinner MP (Lib)
Minister for Health
Minister for Medical Research

The Hon Prudence Goward MP (Lib)
Minister for Planning
Minister for Women

The Hon Bradley Hazzard MP (Lib)
Attorney General
Minister for Justice

The Hon Gabrielle Upton MP (Lib)
Minister for Family and Community Services

The Hon Katrina Hodgkinson MP (Nat)
Minister for Primary Industries
Assistant Minister for Tourism and Major Events

The Hon Kevin Humphries MP (Nat)
Minister for Natural Resources, Lands and Water
Minister for Western NSW

The Hon John Ajaka MLC (Lib)
Minister for Ageing
Minister for Disability Services
Minister for the Illawarra

The Hon Stuart Ayres MP (Lib)
Minister for Fair Trading
Minister for Sport and Recreation
Minister Assisting the Premier on Western Sydney

The Hon Victor Dominello MP (Lib)
Minister for Citizenship and Communities
Minister for Aboriginal Affairs
Minister for Veterans Affairs
Assistant Minister for Education

The Hon Robert Stokes MP (Lib)
Minister for the Environment
Minister for Heritage
Assistant Minister for Planning

The Hon Troy Grant MP (Nat)
Minister for Hospitality, Gaming and Racing
Minister for the Arts

The Hon Dominic Perrottet MP (Lib)
Minister for Finance and Services

The Hon Paul Toole MP (Nat)
Minister for Local Government

The Hon Jai Rowell MP (Lib)
Minister for Mental Health
Assistant Minister for Health

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3 thoughts on “Full New South Wales Government Ministry List under Premier Mike Baird

  1. I think it is a total disgrace that job agencies fabricate jobs so you sign onto there agency just so they get the numbers to make them look like they’re actually doing something. Clearly they must get paid on how many people they recruit. I got suspicious of this, so after I went through the system and applied by filling out 16 pages I was told the job was taken, so I got my brother to inquire bout this job only to be told it’s still available and he will be required to join the job agency first!!! Really??? Do unemployed people who are keen to work really have to be toyed with like this?? I’m 46 and for the first time in my life find myself unemployed and am desperately seeking employment, only to be played like a idiot, it’s so wrong!!

  2. Thanks for the opportunity to bring before the Premier & Ministers the desperate situation of many people needing affordable housing.

    Is it Housing Department policy to evict families from desirable locations & not give them alternative acommodation? There are accounts that this happening.

    Can the Minister responsible for housing-reassure me that these are not true?
    My apologies, but I cannot see who has responsibility for housing in the NSW Cabinet.

    Shelter is one of the basic needs. I see there are many people of all ages seeking shelter n Parramatta Station, under the bridges at Penrith, even on north North Shore in Chatswood!

    Does the NSW Government have a viable plan to get people into shelter & homes?
    Surely industry & business & churches can partner in this. We do it with aged care. Why not with young families & youth?


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