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All new South Australian
Shadow Cabinet

July 2009

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On Monday, new South Australian Opposition Leader Isobel Redmond named her shadow cabinet ahead of an imminent election campaign, with the next South Australian poll to be held in March 2010.

Apart from the leadership, significant changes include Deputy Leader Steven Griffiths moving to the shadow Treasury and former leader Martin Hamilton-Smith retaining a role.

Below is the full list:

ISOBEL REDMOND:
Leader, Multicultural Affairs, Arts

STEVEN GRIFFITHS:
Deputy Leader, Treasurer, Federal/State Relations, Government Enterprises

DAVID RIDGWAY:
Police, Transport and Infrastructure, Urban Development and Planning, City of Adelaide

MICHELLE LENSINK:
Environment and Conservation, Sustainability and Climate Change, Status of Women, Youth

DUNCAN McFETRIDGE:
Health, Mental Health, Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation

MARTIN HAMILTON-SMITH:
Economic Development , Industry and Trade, Science and Information Economy, Substance Abuse

IAIN EVANS:
WorkCover/Industrial Relations, Small Business/ Consumer Affairs

MITCH WILLIAMS:
Water Security, Mines, Energy Security

ADRIAN PEDERICK:
River Murray, Agricultural, Food & Fisheries, Forests

VICKIE CHAPMAN:
Attorney-General and Justice

ROB LUCAS:
Finance

DAVID PISONI:
Education, Employment Training and Further Education, Early Childhood Development

MARK GOLDSWORTHY:
State/Local Government Relations, Road Safety, Emergency Services

TERRY STEPHENS:
Sport, Recreation and Racing, Tourism

STEPHEN WADE:
Disability Services, Housing, Families and Communities

MICHAEL PENGILLY:
Correctional Services, Southern Suburbs, Veterans Affairs

IVAN VENNING:
Ageing Population

JOHN DAWKINS:
State Infrastructure Plans, Regional Development, Northern Suburbs

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