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Colonial Secretary may refer to:
- Secretary of State for the Colonies, the British Cabinet minister who headed the Colonial Office, commonly referred to as Colonial Secretary
- Chief Secretary, originally Colonial Secretary, the official in many British Colonies who headed the day-to-day functions of the colony's government, deputy to the Governor
- Colonial Secretary of Ceylon, one of six offices that held a seat in the Executive Council of Ceylon
- Colonial Secretary (New Zealand), the chief administrator of New Zealand from 1840 to 1907
- Chief Secretary (Hong Kong), renamed from the Colonial Secretary in 1976
- Chief Secretary, Singapore, renamed from the Colonial Secretary in 1955
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