Category:Mike Rann

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Mike Rann 
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Premier of South Australia (2002-11)
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Date of birth5 January 1953
Sidcup
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 (Briggs, 7 December 1985, 10 December 1993, Australian Labor Party (South Australian Branch))
  • Premier of South Australia (5 March 2002, 21 October 2011, Rob Kerin, Jay Weatherill, 44)
  • Leader of the Opposition (20 September 1994, 5 March 2002, Lynn Arnold, Rob Kerin, 36)
  • Member of the South Australian House of Assembly (Ramsay, 11 December 1993, 13 January 2012, Lynn Arnold, Zoe Bettison, Australian Labor Party (South Australian Branch), 51st Parliament of South Australia, 50th Parliament of South Australia, 49th Parliament of South Australia, 52nd Parliament of South Australia, South Australian state election, 2002, South Australian state election, 2006, South Australian state election, 1997, South Australian state election, 2010)
  • Australian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom (1 February 2013, 27 June 2014, John Dauth, Alexander Downer)
  • 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, Kym Mayes)
  • Minister of Youth Affairs (14 December 1989, 1 October 1992, Kym Mayes)
  • Minister of Aboriginal Affairs (14 December 1989, 1 October 1992, Terence Hemmings, Kym Mayes)
  • Minister assisting the Minister of Ethnic Affairs (14 December 1989, 1 October 1992)
  • Minister of State Services (1 October 1992, 3 September 1993, Anne Levy, Bob Gregory)
  • Minister of Business and Regional Development (1 October 1992, 14 December 1993)
  • Minister of Tourism (1 October 1992, 14 December 1993, Barbara Wiese, Graham Ingerson)
  • Minister for Volunteers (5 March 2002, Robert Brokenshire, 23 March 2006, Jennifer Rankine)
  • Minister for the Arts (5 March 2002, 21 October 2011, Diana Laidlaw, John Hill)
  • 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, South Australia, Government of South Australia)
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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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