Labor announces shadow ministry

Labor has announced its shadow ministry this afternoon.

Newly appointed Opposition Leader Bryan Green will take the shadow portfolios of state growth and resources.

Former premier Lara Giddings will pick up the shadow attorney-general role, justice, arts, planning and local government and women while the re-elected David Llewellyn will be opposition spokesman for police and emergency management, energy and primary industries and water.

Deputy opposition leader Michelle O'Byrne will act in the education and training, sport and recreation and  as the Labor spokesperson for workplace relations.

Scott Bacon will be shadow treasurer, racing, tourism, hospitality and events and Labor spokesperson for  veterans' affairs.

Craig Farrell will be opposition spokesman for infrastructure and environment, parks and heritage.

Madeleine Ogilvie has the shadow roles of small business, aboriginal affairs, corrections and IT and innovation and will be the Labor spokesperson for multicultural affairs.

Rebecca White has picked up health and human services and will be the Labor spokesperson for children.

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