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Attorney-General of the Northern Territory

The Attorney-General of the Northern Territory, in formal contexts also Attorney-General or Attorney General for the Northern Territory, is the primary Law Officer of the Crown in the Northern Territory. The Attorney General serves as the chief legal and constitutional adviser of the Government of the Northern Territory and administers their portfolio through the Department of the Attorney-General and Justice.

Attorney-General of the Northern Territory
Incumbent
Natasha Fyles

since 31 August 2016
StyleThe Honourable
AppointerAdministrator of the Northern Territory
Formation1978
First holderPaul Everingham

Natasha Fyles is the current Attorney-General, having been sworn in on 31 August 2016.

List of Northern Territory Attorney-GeneralsEdit

Attorney-General Party Term[1]
  Paul Everingham Country Liberal Party 1978–1982
  Jim Robertson Country Liberal Party 1982–1984
  Marshall Perron Country Liberal Party 1984–1986
  Daryl Manzie Country Liberal Party 1986–1992
  Shane Stone Country Liberal Party 1992–1993
  Daryl Manzie Country Liberal Party 1993–1994
  Fred Finch Country Liberal Party 1994–1995
  Stephen Hatton Country Liberal Party 1995–1996
  Denis Burke Country Liberal Party 1996–1997
  Shane Stone Country Liberal Party 1997–1999
  Denis Burke Country Liberal Party 1999–2001
  Peter Toyne Australian Labor Party 2001–2006
  Syd Stirling Australian Labor Party 2006–2007
  Paul Henderson Australian Labor Party 2007
  Chris Burns Australian Labor Party 2007–2009
  Marion Scrymgour [1st female] Australian Labor Party 2009
  Delia Lawrie Australian Labor Party 2009–2011
  Rob Knight Australian Labor Party 2011–2012
  John Elferink Country Liberal Party 2012–2016
  Natasha Fyles Australian Labor Party 2016–present

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