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A Shorten Labor Government will upgrade mental health facilities, fund the purchase of a new Careflight helicopter for Darwin Hospital, and fund major improvements to remote health services as part of an $92 million Northern Territory health package. Labor wants all Territorians to have access to the best possible health care, whether they live in downtown Darwin or a remote outback community. That’s why
A Shorten Labor Government will prioritise the health and wellbeing of First Nations peoples by delivering a $115.1 million package that will put First Australians at the centre of decision-making – from primary care delivery to health research. Every Australian, Indigenous or non-Indigenous, should have access to the health services they need, where and when
A Shorten Labor Government will deliver improved recreational fishing facilities for the Palmerston boat ramp. If elected, a Federal Labor Government will invest to upgrade infrastructure at the boat ramp including construction of a fishing kiosk, a caretaker’s cottage, a boat wash-down pad and expanded lighting and CCTV security cameras. With one in four Palmerston
A Shorten Labor Government will invest $173 million in a Strategic Roads Package to improve safety, boost productivity and deliver more reliable access to communities across the Northern Territory. The package has a strong focus on remote communities. Importantly, the funding will start flowing in the first budget of a Shorten Labor Government. Investing in