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Askin–Cutler ministry (1969–71)

The Askin–Cutler ministry or Third Askin ministry was the 64th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 32nd Premier, the Honourable Robin Askin, MLA, of the Liberal Party in coalition with the Country Party, led by the Hono ...

                                               

Askin–Cutler ministry (1971–73)

The Askin–Cutler ministry or Fourth Askin ministry was the 65th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 32nd Premier, the Honourable Robin Askin, MLA, of the Liberal Party in coalition with the Country Party, led by the Hon ...

                                               

Askin–Cutler ministry (1973–75)

The Askin–Cutler ministry or Sixth Askin ministry was the 67th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 32nd Premier, the Honourable Sir Robert Askin, of the Liberal Party in coalition with the Country Party, led by the Hono ...

                                               

Askin–Cutler ministry (1973)

The Askin–Cutler ministry or Fifth Askin ministry was the 66th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 32nd Premier, the Honourable Sir Robert Askin, of the Liberal Party in coalition with the Country Party, led by the Hono ...

                                               

Baird ministry (2014–15)

The Baird ministry or First Baird ministry was the 94th ministry of the Government of New South Wales, and was led by Mike Baird, the states 44th Premier. The Liberal–National coalition ministry was formed following the announcement by Barry OFar ...

                                               

Second Baird ministry

The Second Baird ministry was the 95th ministry of the Government of New South Wales, and was led by Mike Baird, the states 44th Premier. It is the second and subsequent of two occasions when Baird served as Premier. The Liberal–National coalitio ...

                                               

Bavin ministry

The Bavin ministry was the 44th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 24th Premier, the Honourable Thomas Bavin, MLA, in a Nationalist coalition with the Country Party, led by the Honourable Ernest Buttenshaw, MLA. Bavin ...

                                               

Cahill ministry (1952–53)

The Cahill ministry or First Cahill ministry was the 55th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 29th Premier, the Honourable Joe Cahill, MLA, of the Labor Party. The ministry was the first of four consecutive occasions wh ...

                                               

Cahill ministry (1953–56)

The Cahill ministry or Second Cahill ministry was the 56th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 29th Premier, the Honourable Joe Cahill, MLA, of the Labor Party. The ministry was the second of four consecutive occasions ...

                                               

Cahill ministry (1956–59)

The Cahill ministry or Third Cahill ministry was the 57th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 29th Premier, the Honourable Joe Cahill, MLA, of the Labor Party. The ministry was the third of four consecutive occasions wh ...

                                               

Cahill ministry (1959)

The Cahill ministry or Fourth Cahill ministry was the 58th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 29th Premier, the Honourable Joe Cahill, MLA, of the Labor Party. The ministry was the fourth and final of four consecutive ...

                                               

Carr ministry (1995–97)

The Carr ministry or First Carr ministry was the 85th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 39th Premier of New South Wales, the Honourable Bob Carr, representing the Labor Party. The ministry covers the period from 4 Apr ...

                                               

Carr ministry (1997–99)

The Carr ministry or Second Carr ministry was the 86th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 39th Premier of New South Wales, the Honourable Bob Carr, representing the Labor Party. The ministry covered the period from 1 D ...

                                               

Carr ministry (1999–2003)

The Carr ministry or Third Carr ministry was the 87th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 39th Premier of New South Wales, the Honourable Bob Carr, representing the Labor Party. The ministry covered the period from 8 Ap ...

                                               

Carr ministry (2003–05)

The Carr ministry or Fourth Carr ministry was the 88th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 39th Premier of New South Wales, the Honourable Bob Carr, representing the Labor Party. The ministry covered the period from 3 A ...

                                               

Cowper ministry (1856)

The first Cowper ministry was the second ministry of the Colony of New South Wales, and was led by the Honourable Charles Cowper. It was the first of five occasions that Cowper was Leader of the Government. Cowper was elected in the first free el ...

                                               

Cowper ministry (1857–59)

The second Cowper ministry was the fourth ministry of the Colony of New South Wales, and second occasion of being led by the Honourable Charles Cowper. Cowper was elected in the first free elections for the New South Wales Legislative Assembly he ...

                                               

Cowper ministry (1861–63)

The third Cowper ministry was the seventh ministry of the Colony of New South Wales, and third occasion of being led by the Honourable Charles Cowper. Cowper was elected in the first free elections for the New South Wales Legislative Assembly hel ...

                                               

Cowper ministry (1865–66)

The fourth Cowper ministry was the ninth ministry of the Colony of New South Wales, and fourth occasion of being led by the Honourable Charles Cowper. Cowper was elected in the first free elections for the New South Wales Legislative Assembly hel ...

                                               

Cowper ministry (1870)

The fifth Cowper ministry was the twelfth ministry of the Colony of New South Wales, and the fifth and final occasion of being led by the Honourable Sir Charles Cowper, CMG, MLA. Cowper was elected in the first free elections for the New South Wa ...

                                               

Dibbs ministry (1885)

The first Dibbs ministry was the 21st ministry of the Colony of New South Wales, and was the first of three occasions of being led by the Premier, the Honourable George Dibbs. Dibbs was elected to the New South Wales Legislative Assembly in 1874. ...

                                               

Dibbs ministry (1889)

The second Dibbs ministry was the 25th ministry of the Colony of New South Wales, and was the second of three occasions of being led by the tenth Premier, the Honourable George Dibbs. Dibbs was elected to the New South Wales Legislative Assembly ...

                                               

Dibbs ministry (1891–94)

The third Dibbs ministry, the 27th ministry of the Colony of New South Wales, was led by George Dibbs, leader of the Protectionist Party, following the 1891 New South Wales election, which saw the Labour Party win seats in the New South Wales Leg ...

                                               

Donaldson ministry

The Donaldson ministry was the first ministry of the Colony of New South Wales, and was led by the Honourable Stuart Donaldson. Despite the first free elections for the New South Wales Legislative Assembly being held in March 1856, it took over t ...

                                               

Dooley ministry (1921–22)

The Dooley ministry or the Second Dooley ministry was the 40th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 21st Premier, the Honourable James Dooley, MLA. Dooley was elected to the New South Wales Legislative Assembly in 1907, ...

                                               

Dooley ministry (1921)

The Dooley ministry or the First Dooley ministry was the 38th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 21st Premier, the Honourable James Dooley, MLA. It was the first of two occasions that Dooley was Premier. Dooley was ele ...

                                               

Fahey–Armstrong ministry

The Fahey–Armstrong ministry or Third Fahey ministry was the 84th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 38th Premier of New South Wales, the Honourable John Fahey, representing the Liberal Party in coalition with the Nati ...

                                               

Fahey–Murray ministry (1992–93)

The Fahey–Murray ministry or Second Fahey–Murray ministry or Second Fahey ministry was the 83rd ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 38th Premier of New South Wales, the Honourable John Fahey, representing the Liberal Pa ...

                                               

Farnell ministry

The Farnell ministry was the eighteenth ministry of the Colony of New South Wales, and was led by the Honourable James Farnell. Farnell was elected to the New South Wales Legislative Assembly in 1860. The title of Premier was widely used to refer ...

                                               

Forster ministry

The Forster ministry was the fifth ministry of the Colony of New South Wales, and was led by the Honourable William Forster. Forster was elected in the first free elections for the New South Wales Legislative Assembly held in March 1856. He was a ...

                                               

Fuller ministry (1921)

The Fuller ministry or First Fuller ministry was the 39th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 22nd Premier, the Honourable Sir George Fuller KCMG, MLA. This ministry is the shortest of any ministry in the history of sel ...

                                               

Fuller ministry (1922–25)

The Fuller ministry or Second Fuller ministry was the 41st ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 22nd Premier, the Honourable Sir George Fuller KCMG, MLA. This ministry was the second of two occasions where Fuller was Pre ...

                                               

Greiner–Murray ministry (1988–91)

The Greiner–Murray ministry or First Greiner–Murray ministry or First Greiner ministry was the 80th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 37th Premier of New South Wales, the Honourable Nick Greiner, representing the Libe ...

                                               

Greiner–Murray ministry (1991–92)

The Greiner–Murray ministry or Second Greiner–Murray ministry or Second Greiner ministry was the 81st ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 37th Premier of New South Wales, the Honourable Nick Greiner, representing the Li ...

                                               

Heffron ministry (1959–62)

The Heffron ministry or First Heffron ministry was the 59th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 30th Premier, the Honourable Bob Heffron, MLA, of the Labor Party. The ministry was the first of two consecutive occasions ...

                                               

Heffron ministry (1962–64)

The Heffron ministry or Second Heffron ministry was the 60th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 30th Premier, the Honourable Bob Heffron, MLA, of the Labor Party. The ministry was the second of two consecutive occasion ...

                                               

Holman ministry (1913–16)

The Holman ministry or First Holman ministry or Holman Labor ministry was the 35th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 19th Premier, the Honourable William Holman, MLA. Holman was elected to the New South Wales Legislat ...

                                               

Holman ministry (1916–20)

The Holman ministry or Second Holman ministry or Holman Nationalist ministry was the 36th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 19th Premier, the Honourable William Holman, MLA. Holman was elected to the New South Wales L ...

                                               

Iemma ministry (2005–07)

The Iemma ministry or First Iemma ministry is the 89th ministry of the Government of New South Wales, and was led by the 40th Premier Morris Iemma. It was the first of two occasions when Iemma was Premier. The 1st Iemma Labor ministry was formed ...

                                               

Iemma ministry (2007–08)

The Iemma ministry or Second Iemma ministry is the 90th ministry of the Government of New South Wales, and was led by the 40th Premier Morris Iemma. It was the second and subsequent of two occasions when Iemma was Premier. The Second Iemma Labor ...

                                               

Jennings ministry

The Jennings ministry was the 23rd ministry of the Colony of New South Wales, and was led by the eleventh Premier, the Honourable Sir Patrick Jennings KCMG, and the first Roman Catholic to hold the office of Colonial Premier. Jennings was first e ...

                                               

Keneally ministry

The Keneally ministry is the 92nd ministry of the Government of New South Wales, and was led by the 42nd Premier Kristina Keneally. The ministry was formed following a caucus motion to elect a new Leader of the Australian Labor Party in New South ...

                                               

Lang ministry (1925–27)

The Lang ministry or First Lang ministry was the 42nd ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 23rd Premier, the Honourable Jack Lang, MLA. This ministry was the first of three occasions where Lang was Premier. Lang was firs ...

                                               

Lang ministry (1927)

The Lang ministry or Second Lang ministry or Lang Reconstruction ministry was the 43rd ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 23rd Premier, the Honourable Jack Lang, MLA. This ministry was the second of three occasions whe ...

                                               

Lang ministry (1930–32)

The Lang ministry or Third Lang ministry was the 45th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 23rd Premier, the Honourable Jack Lang, MLA. This ministry was the third and final time of three occasions where Lang was Premier ...

                                               

Lewis–Cutler ministry

The Lewis–Cutler ministry or First Lewis ministry was the 68th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 33rd Premier, the Honourable Tom Lewis, of the Liberal Party in coalition with the Country Party, led by the Honourable ...

                                               

Lewis–Punch ministry

The Lewis–Punch ministry or Second Lewis ministry was the 69th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 33rd Premier, the Honourable Tom Lewis, of the Liberal Party in coalition with the Country Party, led by the Honourable ...

                                               

Lyne ministry

The Lyne ministry was the 29th ministry of the Colony of New South Wales, and was led by the 13th Premier, the Honourable Sir William Lyne, KCMG, MLA. Lyne was elected to the New South Wales Legislative Assembly in 1880 as member for Hume, servin ...

                                               

Mair–Bruxner ministry

The Mair–Bruxner ministry or Mair ministry was the 49th ministry of the New South Wales Government, and was led by the 26th Premier, the Honourable Alexander Mair, MLA, in a United Australia Party coalition with the Country Party, that was led by ...

                                               

Martin ministry (1863–65)

The first Martin ministry was the eighth ministry of the Colony of New South Wales, and first occasion of being led by the Honourable James Martin, QC. Martin was elected in the first free elections for the New South Wales Legislative Assembly he ...

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