Healthcare and roads: What will happen in Wannon under a federal Coalition government? By SEAN McCOMISH, The Standard
On the face of campaign promises, the Coalition’s victory at the polls will see money pumped into roads and healthcare across the electorate.
Key campaigns such as Peter’s Project’s push for $10 million from Canberra and $2.5 million for the crumbling Condah-Hotspur road near Portland are now guaranteed.
Labor’s two biggest announcements this year — about $4.2 million for trade training centres in Cobden and Timboon — were matched by Liberal MP Dan Tehan during his campaign and will still go ahead.
The Coalition has also pledged to fill south-west potholes with cash. Around $25 million will be spent upgrading the Great Ocean Road shared by both Wannon and Corangamite electorates.
Regional Development Australia: The Conference will feature discussions on Rural Healthcare delivery and regional infrastructure. It will be held in Albury NSW on the 15 – 16 October 2014 with a focus on the broad issues of economic, planning, environment and community development.
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