The Mills Ministry was the ministry of the ninth Chief Minister of the Northern Territory, Terry Mills. It came into operation on 4 September, following the election of the Mills Country Liberal government in the 2012 election.[1] Terry Mills and Robyn Lambley were sworn in as Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister respectively on 29 August 2012.

A reshuffle took place on 6 March 2013 following the resignation of Robyn Lambley as Deputy Chief Minister and Treasurer, and the expulsion from cabinet of Dave Tollner after a heated disagreement with Mills.[2]

On 12 March 2013, Mills was replaced as Chief Minister by Adam Giles.

Interim ministry (29 August 2012 – 3 September 2012)Edit

Minister Office
Hon Terry Mills, MLA
Hon Robyn Lambley, MLA

First ministry (4 September 2012 – 1 October 2012)Edit

Minister Office
Hon Terry Mills, MLA
Hon Robyn Lambley, MLA
Hon John Elferink, MLA
Hon Dave Tollner, MLA
Hon Adam Giles, MLA
  • Minister for Transport
  • Minister for Infrastructure
  • Minister for Local Government
Hon Willem Westra van Holthe, MLA
  • Minister for Primary Industry and Fisheries
  • Minister for Mines and Energy
Hon Matt Conlan, MLA
Hon Peter Chandler, MLA
  • Minister for Business
  • Minister for Trade
  • Minister for Economic Development
  • Minister for Employment and Training
  • Minister for Housing
Hon Alison Anderson, MLA
  • Minister for Regional Development
  • Minister for Indigenous Advancement

Second ministry (2 October 2012 – 13 December 2012)Edit

Minister Office
Hon Terry Mills, MLA
Hon Robyn Lambley, MLA
Hon John Elferink, MLA
Hon Dave Tollner, MLA
Hon Adam Giles, MLA
  • Minister for Transport
  • Minister for Infrastructure
  • Minister for Local Government
Hon Willem Westra van Holthe, MLA
  • Minister for Primary Industry and Fisheries
  • Minister for Mines and Energy
Hon Matt Conlan, MLA
Hon Peter Chandler, MLA
  • Minister for Business
  • Minister for Trade
  • Minister for Economic Development
  • Minister for Employment and Training
  • Minister for Housing
Hon Alison Anderson, MLA
  • Minister for Regional Development
  • Minister for Indigenous Advancement

Third ministry (14 December 2012 – 6 March 2013)Edit

Minister Office
Hon Terry Mills, MLA
Hon Robyn Lambley, MLA
Hon John Elferink, MLA
Hon Dave Tollner, MLA
Hon Adam Giles, MLA
Hon Willem Westra van Holthe, MLA
Hon Matt Conlan, MLA
Hon Peter Chandler, MLA
  • Minister for Business
  • Minister for Lands, Planning and the Environment
  • Minister for Employment and Training
Hon Alison Anderson, MLA

Fourth ministry (6 March 2013 – 12 March 2013)Edit

Office Minister
Hon Terry Mills, MLA
Hon Willem Westra van Holthe, MLA
Hon John Elferink, MLA
Hon Robyn Lambley, MLA
  • Minister for Health
  • Minister for Alcohol Rehabilitation and Policy
  • Minister for Business
  • Minister for Employment and Training
Hon Peter Chandler, MLA
Hon Adam Giles, MLA
  • Minister for Transport
  • Minister for Infrastructure
  • Minister for Local Government
Hon Alison Anderson, MLA
Hon Matt Conlan, MLA
Hon Lia Finocchiaro, MLA

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Coggan, Michael (4 September 2012). "Top jobs go as new NT Government takes power". ABC News. Retrieved 4 September 2012.
  2. ^ "Cabinet revolving door". The NT News. 7 March 2013. Retrieved 12 March 2013.

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