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Health

New funding for the:

  • $14.6 million Banksia Unit at Tamworth Hospital.

Continued delivery of the:

  • $80.0 million Moree Hospital redevelopment.

  • $53.0 million Gunnedah Hospital redevelopment.

  • $50.0 million Glen Innes Hospital redevelopment (including $30.0 million of additional funding).

Education

  • $20.8 million in 2022-23 to continue construction of the new Wee Waa High School, providing a modern and safe environment for students and staff.

  • $1.4 million in 2022-23 to complete TAFE NSW Shared Services Centre in Tamworth, a modern and fit-for-purpose vocational training centre that will also provide 60 new jobs.

Transport

  • $100.3 million to continue delivery of heavy vehicle pavement upgrades on the Newell Highway (state and federally funded).

  • $68.4 million for the planning and construction of overtaking lanes along the full length of the Newell Highway (state and federally funded), including in the North-West.

Planning and Environment

  • $79.9 million in funding from the Commonwealth Government for the Northern Basin Toolkit for programs to support the Murray-Darling Basin including projects to support healthy rivers, aquatic life and fishfriendly screening.

  • $37.8 million for the Dungowan Dam project including construction of the pipeline between the dam and Tamworth.

  • $11.8 million to deliver new and upgraded quality homes for First Nations people through the Aboriginal Housing Office.

Regional NSW

  • $193.9 million for the Moree Special Activation Precinct.

  • $5.0 million for the Chickpea Breeding Program.

Grants to boost local economies including:

  • $5.0 million to upgrade the Armidale and Guyra livestock selling centres.

  • $3.9 million to upgrade the recreation and commercial infrastructure at the Dumaresq Dam.

  • $866,964 to revitalise the Walcha State Park and surrounding precinct.

Customer Service

  • $19.8 million for the Mission-Critical Emergency Services Messaging Program.