Category:Mike Rann

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Mike Rann 
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Australian politician
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Date of birth5 January 1953
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Country of citizenship
Educated at
Occupation
Employer
  • New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation
Member of political party
Position held
  • Member of the South Australian House of Assembly (7 December 1985 – 10 December 1993)
  • Premier of South Australia (5 March 2002 – 21 October 2011)
  • Leader of the Opposition (20 September 1994 – 5 March 2002)
  • Member of the South Australian House of Assembly (11 December 1993 – 13 January 2012)
  • Australian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom (1 February 2013 – 27 June 2014)
  • Australian Ambassador to Italy (27 June 2014 – 8 January 2016)
  • Australian Permanent Representative to the Food and Agriculture Organisation (27 June 2014 – 8 January 2016)
  • Australian Ambassador to Albania (27 June 2014 – 8 January 2016)
  • Australian Ambassador to Libya (27 June 2014 – 8 January 2016)
  • Australian Ambassador to San Marino (27 June 2014 – 8 January 2016)
  • Minister of Employment and Further Education (14 December 1989 – 1 October 1992)
  • Minister for Youth (14 December 1989 – 1 October 1992)
  • Minister for Aboriginal Affairs (14 December 1989 – 1 October 1992)
  • Minister assisting the Minister of Ethnic Affairs (14 December 1989 – 1 October 1992)
  • Minister of State Services (1 October 1992 – 3 September 1993)
  • Minister of Business and Regional Development (1 October 1992 – 14 December 1993)
  • Minister for Tourism (1 October 1992 – 14 December 1993)
  • Minister for Volunteers (5 March 2002 – 23 March 2006)
  • Minister for the Arts (5 March 2002 – 21 October 2011)
  • Minister for Economic Development (5 March 2002 – 21 October 2011)
  • Minister for Social Inclusion (5 March 2004 – 21 October 2011)
  • Minister for Sustainability and Climate Change (23 March 2006 – 21 October 2011)
  • Delegate to the Australian Constitutional Convention, 1998 (2 February 1998 – 13 February 1998)
  • Leader of the Australian Labor Party (SA Branch) (1994–2011)
Native language
Work location
Award received
  • Centenary Medal (1 January 2001)
  • Companion of the Order of Australia (26 January 2016)
  • Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit (1 January 2009)
  • Grand Cross of the Order of the Phoenix
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Media in category "Mike Rann"

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