Premier Tom Marshall shuffled his cabinet on Thursday, moving several high-profile and long-serving ministers into new portfolios, and adding one newcomer to the fold.

Paul Davis moves from Child, Youth and Family Services to Health and Community Services, replacing Susan Sullivan, who moves to the Department of Innovation, Business and Rural Development.

Clyde Jackman, who was the education minister, moves to the Child, Youth and Family Services portfolio.

Terry French is the new justice minister, replacing Darin King who moves to Education. 

Meanwhile, Service NL Minister Dan Crummell stays in that portfolio, but takes on the added responsibility of Labour Relations.

Sandy Collins is the only newcomer to cabinet, appointed Minister of Tourism, Culture and Recreation, replacing French.

Marshall also announced the appointment of Clayton Forsey as parliamentary secretary for Natural Resources; Tracey Perry becomes parliamentary secretary for Innovation, Business and Rural Development; and Vaughn Granter was named parliamentary secretary to the minister of Health and Community Services.