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Budget papers 2010 - 2011



Budget papers 2010 - 2011

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2010/11 Budget paper


Northern Territory. Department of Treasury


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Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).




Appropriations and expenditures; Periodicals; Budget; Finance, Public

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Northern Territory Government

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Northern Territory Government



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https://hdl.handle.net/10070/591566; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/591568; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/591570; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/591556; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/591558; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/591560; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/591562

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12 Regional Highlights 2010-11 Budget Regional Territory-wide $56.7M to support business $42.6M for community development $38.6M for lifestyle and environment $32.1M for jobs and training $31.8M as part of the Nation Building and Jobs Plan initiative for new construction and the refurbishment of existing public housing stock, stage 2 $25.9M for better schooling $23.1M for government employee housing in remote areas $15.1M from the Nation Building and Jobs Plan Primary Schools for the 21st Century initiative for non-government schools $14M for the National Highway Network, strengthening and widening $13M for safer communities $10.7M for better health $8.1M for child and family centres at Gunbalanya and Yuendumu $8M for the National Network flood immunity improvements $5M for the National Network Infrastructure Road Safety initiatives $5M for the Stuart Highway Darwin to Katherine overtaking opportunities $4.6M for the Roads to Recovery Program Katherine $81.3M for better schooling $69.2M for Indigenous housing including the Strategic Indigenous Housing and Infrastructure Program $52.1M for better health $26.9M for safer communities $23M for land servicing and essential services infrastructure in Territory Growth Towns $16.7M for community development $9.4M for a new police station and associated accommodation at Yarralin $6M for a new high-level bridge over Cullen River on the Stuart Highway $5.6M for jobs and training including $4.73M for vocational education and training $5M for lifestyle and environment $4.4M to support business $2.8M to upgrade and expand existing renal facilities at Katherine District Hospital and associated services Palmerston and Litchfield $123.4M for better schooling $61.9M for safer communities $48.6M for continuing work on Tiger Brennan Drive $20M for headworks for future development of Palmerston East $16.8M for community development $13.6M for development of the Palmerston Water Park $11.4M for the Darwin Business Park South and Stage 1 North $11.3M for better health $8.7M for lifestyle and environment $8.4M for jobs and training $6M for the Darwin Business Park North Stage 2 $5M to provide sewer services to East Arm Marine Services Precinct $4.5M to construct a haul link between Hidden Valley and East Arm $4.4M to support business $3M to construct a new bicycle path from Palmerston to Howard Springs Darwin $784M for better health $245.6M for better schooling $205.3M for safer communities $43.5M for upgrading Royal Darwin Hospitals power generation capacity $25.1M for jobs and training including $18.5M for vocational education and training $21.4M to support business $18.6M for patient accommodation at Royal Darwin Hospital $17.2M for community development $5M to upgrade Casuarina Senior College $4.2M to upgrade the track surface at Arafura Athletics Stadium $3.5M to construct two eight-bed secure transitional care facilities $3.3M for lifestyle and environment $3M to expand teaching, learning and administration facilities at Nemarluk School $3M for the Vanderlin Drive Duplication Patterson Street to Mueller Road Katherin Top En Rural Darwin Centra Palmerston and Litchfield