Second Baird ministry
|Second Baird ministry|
|95th cabinet of New South Wales|
|Date formed||2 April 2015|
|Date dissolved||23 January 2017|
|People and organisations|
|Head of government||Mike Baird|
|Deputy head of government||Troy Grant / John Barilaro|
|Head of state||Queen Elizabeth II (represented by David Hurley)|
|No. of ministers||22|
|Total no. of ministers||22|
|Member party||Liberal–National Coalition|
|Status in legislature||Majority Coalition Government|
|Opposition leader||Luke Foley|
|Election(s)||2015 state election|
|Predecessor||First Baird ministry|
The Second Baird ministry was the 95th ministry of the Government of New South Wales, and was led by Mike Baird, the state's 44th Premier. It is the second and subsequent of two occasions when Baird served as Premier.
The ministry ended upon the resignation by Baird as Premier, and the swearing in of Gladys Berejiklian as the Premier and John Barilaro as Deputy Premier on 23 January 2017. The residual of Berejiklian ministry took office with effect from 30 January 2017.
Composition of ministry
- Mike Baird – 44th Premier of New South Wales
- Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 2015–2019
- Members of the New South Wales Legislative Council, 2015–2019
- Gerathy, Sarah (1 April 2014). "NSW Election 2015: Four MPs dumped as Premier Mike Baird's new cabinet takes shape". ABC News. Australia. Retrieved 6 April 2015.
- Hasham, Nicole (3 April 2015). "Premier Mike Baird's new NSW cabinet sworn in: Gladys Berejiklian and Gabrielle Upton first female Treasurer and Attorney-General". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 6 April 2015.
- Coultan, Mark (1 April 2015). "Mike Baird reveals NSW cabinet". The Australian. Retrieved 6 April 2015.
- "Swearing-In of The Honourable Gladys Berejiklian MP, the 45th Premier of New South Wales, and The Honourable John Barilaro MP, Deputy Premier". Vice Regal Program. Governor of New South Wales. 23 January 2017. Retrieved 27 January 2017.
- "Refreshed NSW cabinet sworn in". Sky News. Australia. AAP. 30 January 2017. Retrieved 30 January 2017.
First Baird ministry