OPPOSITION Leader Isobel Redmond has given senior positions to 19 of her 25 MPs in a reshuffle.
Ms Redmond has kept her frontbench at 15 members and added four Opposition parliamentary secretaries.
As forecast, she has allowed the prized treasury portfolio to remain with Iain Evans, one of her key supporters.
New deputy Steven Marshall, who was appointed unopposed by the party room a fortnight ago, is understood to have sought the job.
Convention allows the deputy to pick their role. Mr Marshall has retained industry and been given health. That portfolio was vacant after leadership challenger Martin Hamilton-Smith moved to the backbench.
Ms Redmond said he had not spoken to Mr Hamilton-Smith since the vote and has made no attempt to convince him to remain on the frontbench, despite conceding he was one of the Opposition's strongest performers.
Former frontbencher Mark Goldsworthy has been dropped and MPs Peter Treloar and Steven Griffiths elevated.
Mr Treloar has been given emergency services and Mr Griffiths regional development.
Upper House leader David Ridgway has had housing added to his planning and tourism roles.
Opposition justice spokesman Stephen Wade has also taken responsibility for liquor and business licensing.
Former police spokesman Duncan McFetridge is now in charge of transport and indigenous affairs.
Ex-transport spokeswoman Vickie Chapman has been handed environment roles including carriage of the River Murray reforms.
Former deputy Mitch Williams has retained energy and gained sport.
Welfare spokesman John Gardner has been made Manager of Opposition Business and retained responsibility for disability while forfeiting housing.
Former sport spokesman Dan van Holst Pellekaan has been promoted to mining, police and prisons.
Agriculture spokesman Adrian Pederick and finance spokesman Rob Lucas maintain their positions.
Ms Redmond's four parliamentary secretaries are Terry Stephens (sport and police), Tim Whetstone (water), Jing Lee (business and multicultural affairs) and John Dawkins (mental health).
Ms Redmond made today's announcement on her own. That is in contrast to December's reshuffle, where she was flanked by Mr Marshall and other promoted MPs Mr Gardner, Mr van Holst Pellekaan and Ms Lee.
Mr Marshall said he was satisfied with health but would not deny treasury was his first choice.
"The leader comes up with the shadow cabinet," he said.
"It was complex, she acknowledges that it was complex. Her role was to try and find, or her challenge was to try and come up with, the best team to take us to the 2014 election. I think she's done an excellent job."
Mr Marshall said he was likely to lean on Mr Hamilton-Smith as he attempted to get up to speed with the health portfolio. Mr Marshall has eight portfolios, the most of any Liberal.
Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Tom Koutsantonis said the reshuffle appeared an "April fools" joke and questioned the role of Upper House Opposition Deputy Leader Michelle Lensink.
Ms Lensink is a former environment spokeswoman but now has no portfolios.
"What will she be doing, tea and biscuits?" Mr Koutsantonis said.
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