The new NSW cabinet line-up revealed

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WHO'S WHO IN PREMIER DOMINIC PERROTTET'S NEW CABINET LINE-UP:

* Dominic Perrottet - Premier

* Paul Toole - Deputy Premier, Minister for Regional NSW, Minister for Police

* Stuart Ayres - Minister for Enterprise, Investment and Trade, Minister for Tourism and Sport, Minister for Western Sydney

* Bronnie Taylor - Minister for Women, Minister for Regional Health, Minister for Mental Health

* Matt Kean - Treasurer, Minister for Energy

* Damien Tudehope - Minister for Finance, Minister for Employee Relations, Vice-President of the Executive Council, Leader of the Government in the Legislative Council

* Alister Henskens - Minister for Skills and Training, Minister for Science, Innovation and Technology, Leader of the House in the Legislative Assembly

* Brad Hazzard - Minister for Health

* Sarah Mitchell - Minister for Education and Early Learning

* Mark Speakman - MP Attorney General

* Rob Stokes - Minister for Infrastructure, Minister for Cities, Minister for Active Transport

* Victor Dominello - Minister for Customer Service and Digital Government

* Anthony Roberts - Minister for Planning, Minister for Homes

* David Elliott - Minister for Transport, Minister for Veterans

* Natalie Ward - Minister for Metropolitan Roads, Minister for Women's Safety and the Prevention of Domestic and Sexual Violence

* Kevin Anderson - Minister for Lands and Water, Minister for Hospitality and Racing

* Geoffrey Lee - Minister for Corrections

* Natasha Maclaren-Jones - Minister for Families and Communities, Minister for Disability Services

* Sam Farraway - Minister for Regional Transport and Roads

* Steph Cooke - Minister for Emergency Services and Resilience

* Eleni Petinos - Minister for Small Business, Minister for Fair Trading

* James Griffin - Minister for Environment and Heritage

* Mark Coure - Minister for Multiculturalism, Minister for Seniors

* Dugald Saunders - Minister for Agriculture, Minister for Western New South Wales

* Benjamin Franklin - Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Minister for the Arts, Minister for Regional Youth

* Wendy Tuckerman - Minister for Local Government

SOURCE: NSW GOVERNMENT

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