Budget 2014-2015 Budget Overview
Tabled paper 832
Tabled Papers for 12th Assembly 2012 - 2016; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT
Tabled by David Tollner
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11Regional Highlights Budget 2014-15 Barkly $32.2M for better schooling $26.1M for safer communities $26.3M for better health $10.4M under National Partnership Agreements for new housing, upgrades and property and tenancy management $8.2M to upgrade the gas engines at Tennant Creek power station $5.8M to help support the local economy $5.18M to oversee the Commonwealth-funded Remote Indigenous Housing Community Benefits Package and youth accommodation initiatives $10.1M to continue works on the new remote health centres at Elliott and CanteenCreek $2.5M to upgrade and seal the existing airstrip at Canteen Creek Central Australia $6.9M to develop and subdivide the IlpeyeIlpeye town camp $6.3M to progress land release in Kilgariff $5.8M for the Alice Springs DesertPark $2.5M for tourism boardwalks $1.27M to stage the Alice Springs Masters Games and support the Imparja Cup $0.47M for the assessment of mining impacts on surface and groundwater Territory Wide $45M for the Regional Roads Productivity Package $32.2M to support homelands $30.8M for aeromedical retrieval services including patient-assisted travel $30M for strategic economic roads $28.3M for mandatory treatment alcohol reform programs $27.9M to subsidise pensioners, carers and seniors in the Territory $30.5M for grants to councils $24.6M to market and promote the Territory as a leisure tourism destination $24.4M for public housing, including refurbishing existing unit complexes $14.7M to assist the thoroughbred racing industry $8.6M to undertake asbestos removal from non-government buildings in 34remote communities $7.12M for the newly independent Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory $6.7M to manage and deliver geoscience and exploration data to the minerals and petroleum exploration industry $5.65M to support sporting peak bodies and active recreation organisations $5.5M to deliver sustainable municipal and essential services in rural and remote Indigenous communities $5M to expand the Sports Voucher scheme to include recreational and culturalactivities Barkly Katherine East ArnhemTop EndRural Darwin Central Australia Palmerston and Litcheld East Arnhem $88.9M for better schooling $48.1M for better health $28.2M for safer communities $12.3M to continue works in remote health clinics in Galiwinku and Numbulwar $12.9M under National Partnership Agreements for new housing, upgrades and property and tenancy management $10.6M for continued upgrades to the Central Arnhem Highway $11.5M to help support the local economy $6.2M to continue works on trade training centres across the East Arnhem region $2.82M to enhance a 50-bed prisoner work camp in Nhulunbuy $0.25M for the Marine Ranger Program