The full list of the Coalition members appointed to Malcolm Turnbull's new ministry on Sunday.
Mark Kenny Malcolm Turnbull needed to be brave to move on Tony Abbott last Monday, and has had to be similarly brave in ringing in the changes to a government that had become sclerotic with Howard government relics helping it to look prematurely old.
Daniel Flitton While Canberra calls itself the "bush capital", in truth Australia has one of the most concentrated urban populations in the world.
David Wroe The 51-year-old moderate Liberal NSW senator will be the nation's first woman in the job but the third person to hold the role in the two years since the last election.
David Wroe and Anne Davies Outgoing Treasurer Joe Hockey will quit politics amid speculation he may be given a plum diplomatic post.
Lisa Cox Malcolm Turnbull has dramatically improved the influence of women in the federal government, elevating women as assistant ministers and more than doubling the number in cabinet to five, including Australia's first female defence minister.
Ross Peake Union hopes Michaelia Cash's appointment will result in a re-think of government policy.
Dan Harrison The Turnbull Government faces a backlash from thousands of Rotarians over its decision to cut support for global efforts to eradicate polio.
The current NSW Liberal Party president, Trent Zimmerman is the front runner to replace the former Treasurer, Joe Hockey in the seat of North Sydney, with the moderate faction claiming a strong hold on the numbers in local branches.
Patrick Hatch The arts community has applauded the dumping of George Brandis from the arts ministry and called on his replacement to "undo the damage" inflicted on the industry.