Paul Everingham


Paul Everingham

Paul Anthony Edward Everingham AO (b. 4 February, 1943) was the first Chief Minister of the Northern Territory of Australia when it was granted self-government in 1978.

He was a member of the Country Liberal Party, representing the seat of Jingili in the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly.

Details of his ministries are given in the following articles:
* Everingham Executive
* First Everingham Ministry
* Second Everingham Ministry
* Third Everingham Ministry

Following his resignation from the Chief Ministership, Everingham entered the Australian House of Representatives as the member for the Division of Northern Territory.

External links

* [http://www.cdu.edu.au/newsroom/stories/2003/may/chiefminister/ Northern Territory University honorary doctorate]


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