Third Martin Ministry

Third Martin Ministry

The Third Martin Ministry was the 44th ministry to come from the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly. It came into existence on October 18, 2002, when an eighth minister, Dr Chris Burns was promoted in order to reduce the workload of the seven existing ministers. It lasted until December 14, 2003, when Chief Minister Clare Martin sacked underperforming Health Minister Jane Aagaard and severely demoted Kon Vatskalis.

* Hon Clare Martin, MLA: Chief Minister, Minister for Territory Development, Minister for the AustralAsia Railway, Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Minister for Arts and Museums, Minister for Young Territorians, Minister for Women's Policy and Minister for Senior Territorians
* Hon Syd Stirling, MLA: Deputy Chief Minister, Treasurer, Minister for Employment, Education and Training and Minister for Racing, Gaming and Licensing
* Hon Dr Peter Toyne, MLA: Minister for Justice and Attorney-General, Minister for Corporate and Information Services, Minister for Communications and Minister for Central Australia
* Hon Paul Henderson, MLA: Leader of Government Business, Minister for Business and Industry, Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Services, Minister for Defence Support, Minister for Asian Relations and Trade and Minister for Communications
* Hon John Ah Kit, MLA: Minister for Community Development, Minister for Housing, Minister for Local Government, Minister for Sport and Recreation, Minister for Regional Development, and Minister assisting the Chief Minister on Indigenous Affairs
* Hon Jane Aagaard, MLA: Minister for Health and Community Services
* Hon Kon Vatskalis, MLA: Minister for Transport and Infrastructure, Minister for Lands and Planning, Minister for Parks and Wildlife and Minister for Ethnic Affairs
* Hon Dr Chris Burns, MLA: Minister for Tourism, Minister for Primary Industry and Fisheries, Minister for the Environment and Heritage and Minister for Essential Services

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