Cabinet of Western Australia


Cabinet of Western Australia

Colin Barnett, Premier, State Development.

Kim Hames, Deputy Premier, Health, Indigenous Affairs.

Norman Moore, Mines and Petroleum, Fisheries, Electoral Affairs, leader of the government in the Legislative Council.

Brendon Grylls, Regional Development, Lands, Minister Assisting the Minister for State Development, Minister Assisting on Country Transport.

Elizabeth Constable, Education, Tourism, Women’s Interests.

Simon O’Brien, Transport, Disability Services.

Troy Buswell, Treasurer, Commerce, Science and Innovation, Housing and Works.

Rob Johnson, Police, Emergency Services, Road Safety, Leader of the House in the Legislative Assembly.

Terry Waldron, Sport and Recreation, Racing and Gaming, Minister Assisting on Country Health.

John Day, Planning, Culture and Arts.

Peter Collier, Energy, Training.

Christian Porter, Attorney-General, Corrective Services.

Robyn McSweeney, Child Protection, Community Services, Seniors and Volunteering.

Graham Jacobs, Water, Mental Health.

John Castrilli, Local Government, Heritage, Citizenship and Multicutural Interests.

Terry Redman, Agriculture, Forestry, Minister Assisting on Country Education.

Donna Faragher, Environment, Youth.

* http://www.news.com.au/perthnow/story/0,21598,24365369-2761,00.html


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