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Tuesday, 2 April 2019
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Mr MORRISON (CookPrime Minister) (14:44): The Treasurer will be absent from question time today, because he's preparing for the first budget surplus in 12 years, and I'll take questions on his behalf. The Minister for Defence will take questions on behalf of the minister for trade. I table the revised ministry list.

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MORRISON MINISTRY

Title

Minister

Prime Minister

Hon. Scott Morrison MP

Minister for Indigenous Affairs

Senator the Hon. Nigel Scullion

Minister for Women

Hon. Kelly O'Dwyer MP

Assistant Minister to the Prime Minister

Hon. Steve Irons MP

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development

Hon. Michael McCormack MP

Minister for Regional Services, Sport, Local Government and Decentralisation

Senator the Hon. Bridget McKenzie

Minister for Cities, Urban Infrastructure and Population

Hon. Alan Tudge MP

Assistant Minister for Regional Development and Territories

Hon. Sussan Ley MP

Assistant Minister for Roads and Transport

Hon. Scott Buchholz MP

Assistant Minister to the Deputy Prime Minister

Hon. Andrew Gee MP

Treasurer

Hon. Josh Frydenberg MP

Assistant Treasurer

Hon. Stuart Robert MP

Assistant Minister for Treasury and Finance

Senator the Hon. Zed Seselja

Minister for Finance and the Public Service

(Vice-President of the Executive Council)

(Leader of the Government in the Senate)

Senator the Hon. Mathias Cormann

Special Minister of State

Hon. Alex Hawke MP

Assistant Minister for Treasury and Finance

Senator the Hon. Zed Seselja

Minister for Defence

(Leader of the House)

Hon. Christopher Pyne MP

Minister for Defence Industry

Senator the Hon Linda Reynolds

Minister for Veterans' Affairs

Hon. Darren Chester MP

Minister for Defence Personnel

(Deputy Leader of the House)

Hon. Darren Chester MP

Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Centenary of ANZAC

Hon. Darren Chester MP

Assistant Minister for Defence

Senator the Hon. David Fawcett

Minister for Foreign Affairs

Senator the Hon. Marise Payne

Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment

(Deputy Leader of the Government in the Senate)

Senator the Hon. Simon Birmingham

Assistant Minister for International Development and the Pacific

Senator the Hon. Anne Ruston

Assistant Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment

Hon. Mark Coulton MP

Attorney-General

Hon. Christian Porter MP

Minister for Home Affairs

Hon. Peter Dutton MP

Minister for Emergency Management and North Queensland Recovery

Senator the Hon Linda Reynolds

Minister for Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs

Hon. David Coleman MP

Minister for Communications and the Arts

(Manager of Government Business in the Senate)

Senator the Hon. Mitch Fifield

Minister for Jobs and Industrial Relations

Hon. Kelly O'Dwyer MP

Minister for Small and Family Business, Skills and Vocational Education

Senator the Hon. Michaelia Cash

Minister for Resources and Northern Australia

Senator the Hon. Matthew Canavan

Minister for Industry, Science and Technology

Hon. Karen Andrews MP

Minister for Education

Hon. Dan Tehan MP

Minister for Health

Hon. Greg Hunt MP

Minister for Senior Australians and Aged Care

Hon. Ken Wyatt AM MP

Minister for Indigenous Health

Hon. Ken Wyatt AM MP

Minister for Families and Social Services

Hon. Paul Fletcher MP

Minister for Human Services and Digital Transformation

Hon. Michael Keenan MP

Assistant Minister for Social Services, Housing and Disability Services

Hon. Sarah Henderson MP

Assistant Minister for Children and Families

Hon. Michelle Landry MP

Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources

Hon. David Littleproud MP

Assistant Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources

Senator the Hon. Richard Colbeck

Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Drought Preparation and Response

Hon. David Littleproud MP

Minister for the Environment

Hon. Melissa Price MP

Minister for Energy

Hon. Angus Taylor MP

Each box represents a portfolio. Cabinet Ministers are shown in bold type. As a general rule, there is one department in each portfolio. However, there is a Department of Human Services in the Social Services portfolio and a Department of Veterans' Affairs in the Defence portfolio. The title of a department does not necessarily reflect the title of a minister in all cases. Assistant Ministers in italics are designated as Parliamentary Secretaries under the Ministers of State Act 1952.