The second term of the Hodgman Government sees Parliamentary Secretaries, Sarah Courtney and Roger Jaensch elevated to Cabinet.
Sarah Courtney takes the Primary Industries and Water portfolio, along with Racing, while Roger Jaensch is now the Minister for Human Services, Housing and Planning.
Deputy Premier Jeremy Rockcliff in losing Primary Industries, takes over Infrastructure from former Minister Rene Hidding, who will now become the Government’s nomination for Speaker.
Elsewhere, Elise Archer is promoted from Minister for Justice, to also Attorney-General, while the Premier takes over the Parks portfolio, joining his other ministries of Tourism, Hospitality and Events, Heritage and Trade.
Treasurer, Peter Gutwein retains both his State Growth and Local Government portfolios, while Michael Ferguson continues as Minister for Health, Science and Technology, as well as being handed Police, Fire and Emergency.
Former Human Services Minister Jacquie Petrusma loses this portfolio, but retains Disability Services and Community Development, while also gaining Aboriginal Affairs to join her other portfolios as Minister for Women as well as Sport and Recreation.
Resources and Energy Minister Guy Barnett regains these portfolios as well as Building and Construction and adds Veterans Affairs.
Former Speaker Mark Shelton becomes Parliamentary Secretary for Regional Development as well as being nominated as Chair of Committees.
Newly elected former Hobart Lord Mayor, Sue Hickey is now Parliamentary Secretary for Small Business and Urban Development.
This is how the Cabinet now looks:
Minister for Tourism, Hospitality and Events
Minister for Parks
Minister for Heritage
Minister for Trade
Minister for Education and Training
Minister for Infrastructure
Minister for Advanced Manufacturing and Defence Industries
Minister for State Growth
Minister for Local Government
Minister for Health
Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Management
Minister for Science and Technology
Minister for Justice
Minister for Corrections
Minister for the Environment
Minister for Arts
Minister for Disability Services and Community Development
Minister for Aboriginal Affairs
Minister for Women
Minster for Sport and Recreation
Minister for Resources
Minister for Energy
Minister for Building and Construction
Minister for Veterans’ Affairs
Minister for Primary Industries and Water
Minister for Racing
Minister for Human Services
Minister for Housing
Minister for Planning