Natasha Fyles set to become Northern Territory Chief Minister and replace Michael Gunner

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Natasha Fyles has been "unanimously" chosen as leader by the Labor caucus. She replaces Michael Gunner, after he announced his resignation in parliament on Tuesday. Ms Fyles is the Leader of Government Business and has been the NT Health Minister since 2016, and was the Attorney-General between 2016 and 2020.
Natasha Fyles set to become Northern Territory Chief Minister and replace Michael Gunner
10 days ago·Darwin, Australia

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The Guardian

Natasha Fyles named as new Northern Territory chief minister

The former health minister, from Labor’s left faction, will succeed Michael Gunner following his surprise resignation this week

10 days ago·London, United Kingdom
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ABC Australia

Northern Territory Chief Minister revealed after shock resignation of Michael Gunner

Natasha Fyles will become the Northern Territory's next Chief Minister, following the shock resignation of Michael Gunner earlier this week.

10 days ago·Australia
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SBS News

Natasha Fyles named as new Northern Territory chief minister, promising to ‘make changes’

Natasha Fyles is the Northern Territory's new chief minister following Michael Gunner's surprise resignation, becoming the second woman to lead the territory.

10 days ago·Sydney, Australia
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10 days ago·Melbourne, Australia
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Sky News Australia

New NT Chief Minister revealed

Natasha Fyles has been selected as the next Chief Minister of the Northern Territory after Michael Gunner resigned on Tuesday.

10 days ago
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7NEWS Australia

Natasha Fyles new NT chief minister

Natasha Fyles is the Northern Territory's new chief minister following the surprise resignation of Michael Gunner, becoming the second woman to lead the NT.

10 days ago·Australia
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