Kym Mayes
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Kym Mayes

Milton Kym Mayes (born 23 April 1947) was an Australian politician who represented the South Australian House of Assembly seat of Unley from 1982 to 1993 for the Labor Party. He was a minister for various portfolios from 1985 to 1993.[1]

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Political offices
Preceded by
Frank Blevins
Minister for Agriculture
1985-1989
Succeeded by
Lynn Arnold
Preceded by
Scott Ashenden
Minister for Fisheries
1985-1989
Succeeded by
Dorothy Kotz
Preceded by
Jack Slater
Minister for Recreation and Sport
1985-1992
Succeeded by
Greg Crafter
Preceded by
Lynn Arnold
Minister for Employment and Further Education
1989
Succeeded by
Mike Rann
Preceded by
Barbara Wiese
Minister for Youth Affairs
1989
Succeeded by
Mike Rann
Preceded by
Terry Hemmings
Minister for Housing and Construction
1989-1992
Succeeded by
Greg Crafter
as Minister for Housing, Urban Development
and Local Government Relations
Preceded by
Terry Hemmings
Minister for Public Works
1989-1992
Ministry abolished
Preceded by
Scott Ashenden
Minister for Environment and Land Management
1992-1993
Succeeded by
Himself
as Minister for Environment and Natural Resources
Preceded by
John Klunder
Minister for Emergency Services
1992-1993
Succeeded by
Wayne Matthew
Preceded by
Mike Rann
Minister for Aboriginal Affairs
1992-1993
Succeeded by
Michael Armitage
Preceded by
Himself
as Minister for Environment and Land Management
Minister for Environment and Natural Resources
1993
Succeeded by
David Wotton
Parliament of South Australia
Preceded by
Gil Langley
Member for Unley
1982-1993
Succeeded by
Mark Brindal



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