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Barnaby Joyce

Barnaby Joyce drew national headlines in 2013 when he announced his intention to resign from The Senate and return to the region of his birth to contest the Federal Seat of New England as The Nationals candidate. He is one of a family of eight from a cattle and sheep property near Woolbrook in the southern New England. In 2004, he was elected to head The Nationals Senate team in Queensland. In 2009, he was elected as The Nationals Leader in The Senate and became Shadow Minister for Regional Development, Local Government and Water. in September 2013, Mr Joyce was appointed Federal Minister for Agriculture and Deputy Leader of The Nationals with Water Resources being added to his portfolio on 21 September 2015. In February 2016, he was elected unopposed as Leader of The Nationals and was sworn in as Deputy Prime Minister. Mr Joyce is a Paul Harris Fellow of Rotary, a former serving member of the Australian Defence Force Reserves, and a long term member of St Vincent De Paul.
Bio last updated 09 Mar 2017

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Positions - Current

PositionCompanyYearCompany's current rankWA staff
Leader
The Nationals Party of Australia
The Nationals Party of Australia
2016
Deputy Prime Minister
Parliament of Australia
Parliament of Australia
2016
Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources
Parliament of Australia
Parliament of Australia
2015
Member for New England
Parliament of Australia
Parliament of Australia
2013

Roles

2016
Deputy Prime Minister
2015
Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources
Year started and most recent title

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23/05/18
$31k Bought
27/09/16
$1.0m Sold
16/10/13
$200k Bought
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