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Deputy Premier of Tasmania

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Deputy Premier of Tasmania
Coat of arms of Tasmania.svg
Coat of arms of Tasmania
Incumbent
Jeremy Rockliff

since 31 March 2014
StyleThe Honourable
AppointerGovernor of Tasmania
Term lengthAt the Governor's pleasure
Formation26 August 1958
First holderJohn James Dwyer

The Deputy Premier of Tasmania is a role in the Government of Tasmania assigned to a responsible Minister in the Australian state of Tasmania. It has second ranking behind the Premier of Tasmania in Cabinet, and its holder serves as Acting Premier during absence or incapacity of the Premier. The Deputy Premier may either be appointed by the Premier during the cabinet formation process, or may be elected by caucus. Due to the contingent role of the Deputy Premier, they almost without exception have additional ministerial portfolios. The current Deputy Premier is Jeremy Rockliff.

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Tasmania is home to an advanced manufacturing supply chain with clients across the globe. We offer one location; one supply chain. Together we have the capacity and capability to satisfy a total end-to-end process – delivering world class products complimented by world class services. Tasmanian companies have built a reputation for quality and reliability by partnering with stakeholders and delivering value. Manufacturing has been in our blood for generations, and the industries resilience has resulted in a highly skilled, innovative workforce, with an exceptional collaborative culture. Our industry is pushing the boundaries of research and design, to realise its vision. There are many reasons why customers keep coming back to Tasmania. The flexible, and nimble supply chain includes all of the elements you need for development, production and product support. Businesses have tried and tested expertise in plate processing, component manufacturing, assembly and testing, product support, and development of service literature. Tasmanian businesses have proven capability, from niche components to specialised heavy vehicles and maritime solutions. We can deliver in the quantities global companies require, with over 5000 heavy vehicles leaving our shores over the past four decades. It isn’t just our manufacturing expertise that attracts customers. Tasmania is recognised across the world for its premium, high quality production across a range of sectors. A temperate, maritime climate and access to deep water port infrastructure ensure reliable delivery options round the globe. Our political and regulatory environment is stable, open and progressive, providing customers and investors with a high degree of confidence and certainty. We never stop evolving and innovating, with strong linkages between industry, training and education providers ensuring a thriving, continuous improvement culture. With an end-to-end capacity in a single location, we are the ideal choice for any customer requiring the highest quality manufacturing capability.

List of Deputy Premiers in Tasmania

Political parties

  Labor Party   Centre Party   Liberal Party

No. Name Portrait Term of Office
1 John James Dwyer
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26 August 1958 12 May 1959
2 Roy Fagan
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12 May 1959 26 May 1969
3 Kevin Lyons
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26 May 1969 14 March 1972
4 Merv Everett
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3 May 1972 12 April 1974
5 Bill Neilson
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17 April 1974 31 March 1975
6 Doug Lowe
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31 March 1975 1 December 1977
7 Neil Batt
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1 December 1977 29 August 1980
8 Michael Barnard
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29 August 1980 27 May 1982
9 Max Bingham
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27 May 1982 13 June 1984
10 Geoff Pearsall
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15 June 1984 1 November 1988
11 Ray Groom
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1 November 1988 29 June 1989
12 Peter Patmore
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3 July 1989 17 February 1992
13 John Beswick
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18 February 1992 18 March 1996
12 Sue Napier
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18 March 1996 14 September 1998
13 Paul Lennon
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14 September 1998 21 March 2004
14 David Llewellyn
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22 March 2004 5 April 2006
15 Bryan Green
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5 April 2006 15 July 2006
16 Steve Kons
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30 October 2006 9 April 2008
17 David Bartlett
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10 April 2008 26 May 2008
18 Lara Giddings
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26 May 2008 24 January 2011
19 Bryan Green
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24 January 2011 31 March 2014
20 Jeremy Rockliff
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31 March 2014 present

References

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