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Eastern Shore

$170.4 million for the Royal Hobart Hospital continued redevelopment – second stage of expanded ED, new ICU and purpose built pharmacy redevelopment.

$14.9 million for $15.1 million major redevelopment at Cambridge Primary School

$6.07 million for the $6.4 million Lauderdale Primary School redevelopment

$8 million towards a new multi sports facility to be built at Bayview Secondary College

Classroom upgrades at Risdon Vale Primary School as part of the $10 million contemporary classrooms program across the State.

$40.4 million towards the $55 million duplication of the South Arm Highway between Pass Road and south of Rokeby.

Continued funding for the PACER program in the south, which has assisted over 1800 Tasmanians experiencing acute mental health care remain in the community.

$600,000 to continue the Salvation Army Street Teams on Friday and Saturday nights in Launceston and Hobart.

$8.5 million to delivery 27 extra mental health beds, with 15 new beds at St John’s Park and 12 new beds at the recently completed Peacock Centre.

$9.4 million to complete the Eating Disorders Treatment Centre at St John’s Park and progress eating disorder community treatment sites in the North and North-West.

$6.6 million to build, equip and staff a second Angiography suite at the Royal Hobart Hospital.

$930,000 to boost Holyoake’s Gottawanna program for alcohol and drug addition counselling and support.

Kingborough Region and Huon Valley

Completion of the Kingborough Child Family Learning Centre (CFLC) as part of the $28 million investment for six new CFLCs.

$52.5 million towards the $60 million Algona Road Interchange and duplication of the Kingston Bypass.

$21.7 million towards the Channel Highway Bypass of Huonville.

$4.7 million towards the $5 million road safety upgrades to the Cygnet township.

$5.5 million for a new slip lane at the Huntingfield roundabout.

$600,000 to progress regional aero medical infrastructure, including helipads at St Helens and Dover.

$11.36 million towards a $129.8 million program of upgrades to Southern region roads.

$21.7 million to the Channel Highway bypass of Huonville (Huon Link Road).

$2.59 million to support the Bruny Island ferry service.

$1.565 million for the continuation of the Cape Bruny project to improve vehicle access and car parking facilities with upgrades to day use areas.

$3.15 million to support Stage 2 of the Cockle Creek Gateway project, which will deliver a road realignment.

$30 million for the next stage of the Kingston Health Centre.