Deputy Chief Minister of the Northern Territory


Deputy Chief Minister of the Northern Territory
Deputy Chief Minister of the Northern Territory
Ministry
Territorial

Flag of the Northern Territory.svg
Incumbent
Delia Lawrie


Style The Honourable
Appointed by Tom Pauling
as Administrator of the Northern Territory
First Paul Everingham
Formation 1974

The Deputy Chief Minister of the Northern Territory is a role in the Government of the Northern Territory assigned to a responsible Minister in the Northern Territory. It has second ranking behind the Chief Minister of the Northern Territory in Cabinet, and its holder serves as Acting Chief Minister during absence or incapacity of the Chief Minister.

The incumbent Deputy Chief Minister of the Northern Territory is Delia Lawrie.

List of Deputy Chief Ministers of the Northern Territory

Deputy Chief Minister Party Period in office
  Paul Everingham Country Liberal Party 20 November 1974 – 11 August 1975
  Bernie Kilgariff Country Liberal Party 12 August 1975 – 1 December 1975
  Grant Tambling Country Liberal Party 2 December 1975 – 20 September 1977
  Marshall Perron Country Liberal Party 21 September 1977 – 12 December 1983[1]
  Nick Dondas Country Liberal Party 13 December 1983 – 14 May 1986
  Barry Coulter Country Liberal Party 15 May 1986 – 18 March 1987
  Ray Hanrahan Country Liberal Party 19 March 1987 – 5 April 1988
  Barry Coulter Country Liberal Party 6 April 1988 – 25 May 1995
  Mike Reed Country Liberal Party 26 May 1995 – 26 August 2001
  Syd Stirling Australian Labor Party 27 August 2001 – 25 November 2007
  Marion Scrymgour Australian Labor Party 26 November 2007 – 8 February 2009
  Delia Lawrie Australian Labor Party 9 February 2009 – Present

References

  1. ^ The Northern Territory Legislative Assembly was created in 1974 but self-government was not granted until July 1978. The offices of leader and deputy were known as "(Deputy) Majority Leader" until then and as "(Deputy) Chief Minister" after.

See also

  • List of Chief Ministers of the Northern Territory by time in office



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