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PRIME MINISTER

COALITION GOVERNMENT SUPPORTING KALGOORLIE

I am delighted to announce today a substantial package to fund a range of security, infrastructure and community initiatives to help people living in the electorate of Kalgoorlie. Today's announcement builds on our work over the past 8 1/2 years.

Kalgoorlie is the world’s largest electorate. It contributes billions of dollars to the national economy.

The local member, Mr Barry Haase, MP is a hard-working parliamentarian who is tireless in representing his constituent’s interests to the government.

I am announcing the following national and local initiatives that will benefit the Kalgoorlie electorate:

• $10 million over the three years from 2004-05 under AusLink's Roads to Recovery Strategic Fund to upgrade priority sections of the Outback Highway to an all-weather standard.

• $85 million for two additional Armidale Class patrol boats for the Royal Australian Navy to provide dedicated surveillance and monitoring of the North West Shelf. These boats will be permanently based at either Dampier or Port Hedland.

• $5 million for residential support for New Apprentices.

• $19 million in new funding for Indigenous youth undertaking apprenticeships and tertiary courses.

• $4.5 million financial literacy and entrepreneurial skills training for Indigenous Australians.

• $12 million new funding to strengthen governance, leadership and capacity in remote Indigenous communities.

• $5 million in extra funding for a ‘No School, No Pool’ programme to improve school attendance.

• $50,000 to revitalise the Newman Town Centre, including providing shaded car park areas and passive recreation areas and improved tourist parking. This

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work will improve pedestrian and traffic flows in the town and will encourage increased business activity in the town area.

• $200,000 over the next two years to the Broome Arts and Music Foundation to promote cultural tourism in and around Broome and the Kimberley.

A re-elected Coalition Government will ensure that the Kalgoorlie electorate continues to grow and prosper and that it’s contribution to the Australian economy remains appreciated.

17 September 2004

SUPPORTING KALGOORLIE

TABLE OF CONTENTS

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY............................................... 2

PART 1 ROADS - OUTBACK HIGHWAY..................... 4

PART 2 COMMUNICATIONS...................................... 5

(i) Extended Mobile Phone Coverage .................... 5

(ii) Broadband Access for Kalgoorlie....................... 5

PART 3 SECURING THE NORTH WEST SHELF ........... 6

PART 4 BORDER PROTECTION & SECURITY ............. 7

PART 5 CRIME PREVENTION & COMMUNITY SAFETY. 8

PART 6 INCREASED SUPPORT FOR APPRENTICES .... 8

PART 7 INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS ......................... 9

PART 8 CULTURE AND INFRASTRUCTURE................. 11

(i) Newman Revitalisation....................................... 11

(ii) Broome Arts and Musical Foundation ................ 11

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE GOVERNMENT’S ACHIEVEMENTS . 12 (i) Roads Funding................................................... 12

(ii) Medicare Safety Net........................................... 12

(iii) Aged Care.......................................................... 13

(iv) Communications ................................................ 13

(v) Strong Families and Communities ..................... 14

(vi) Support for Volunteers ....................................... 14

(vii) Water ................................................................. 14

(viii) Apprenticeships ................................................. 14

(ix) Regional Partnerships........................................ 14

(x) Cultural Heritage ................................................ 15

(xi) Natural Heritage Trust........................................ 15

(xii) Envirofund.......................................................... 16

(xiii) Renewable Energy............................................. 16

COSTINGS SUMMARY ................................................ 18

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The Coalition Government is committed to supporting Kalgoorlie.

Today's announcement of a package of new initiatives builds on our work over the past 8 1/2 years.

A re-elected Coalition Government will:

• Provide $10 million over the three years 2004-05 to 2006-07 under AusLink's Roads to Recovery Strategic fund to upgrade priority sections of the Outback Highway to an all-weather standard.

• Fund new mobile phone coverage for Warmun, Cue and Balgo.

• Extend the Satellite Phone Subsidy Scheme so that customers can get a subsidy of 80 percent or $1500 off the cost of a satellite phone handset.

• Improve ADSL Internet broadband access for Merredin, Derby, Paraburdoo, Tom Price and Dampier and make ADSL access easier for Kambalda, Norseman, Onslow, Marble Bar and Pannawonica.

• Purchase two additional Armidale Class patrol boats for the Royal Australian Navy to provide dedicated surveillance and monitoring of the North West Shelf. These boats will be permanently based at either Dampier or Port Hedland.

• Increase Customs staffing by 30 percent at Dampier and Port Hedland.

• Extend and seal the Mungalalu Truscott Airbase runway to increase surveillance flights off the northwest coast.

• Improve security measures at regional airports.

• Provide residential support for New Apprenticeships for Kalgoorlie’s youth, including new funding for Indigenous youth undertaking apprenticeships and tertiary courses.

• Provide financial literacy training and entrepreneurial skills for Indigenous Australians.

• Provide new funding to strengthen governance, leadership and capacity in Indigenous communities.

• Improve school attendance with funding for a ‘No School, No Pool’ programme.

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• Provide $50,000 to revitalise the Newman Town Centre, including providing shaded car park areas and passive recreation areas and improved tourist parking. This work will improve pedestrian and traffic flows in the town and will encourage increased business activity in the town area.

• Provide $200,000 over the next two years to the Broome Arts and Music Foundation to promote cultural tourism in and around Broome and the Kimberley.

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PART 1 OUTBACK HIGHWAY

A re-elected Coalition Government will provide $10 million over the three years 2004-05 to 2006-07 under AusLink's Roads to Recovery Strategic Fund to upgrade priority sections of the Outback Highway to an all-weather standard.

This funding will help towards the aim of the Outback Highway to provide an all-weather link across the middle of Australia from Laverton in Western Australia to Boulia in Queensland.

The Outback Highway is a freight link for mining opportunities and primary production while also providing tourism opportunities for the region. It also links to the Adelaide to Darwin rail line.

Western Australia, Northern Territory and Queensland and local authorities will also need to contribute to thr task of upgrading this link.

Presently, of the 2,696km, 1,040km is sealed while 1,656km is unsealed. This funding will help to bring part of this unsealed area up to an all-weather gravel road standard.

The Outback Highway cuts 1,000km off a journey from Perth to Northern Queensland.

This funding is in addition to the recently announced additional money for unincorporated areas, which part of this road travels through.

The Coalition’s commitment to the Outback Highway is another example of our dedication to delivering results to where it matters - on the ground.

It is only through the Coalition Government’s sound economic management we are able to invest in our road and rail infrastructure such as the Outback Highway.

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PART 2 COMMUNICATIONS

(i) Extended Mobile Phone Coverage

The Coalition Government continues to improve mobile phone coverage across Australia.

In response to the Estens Inquiry into regional telecommunications the Coalition Government has committed another $15.6 million to further improve terrestrial mobile phone coverage. As part of this program, the Government is funding new mobile phone coverage for Warmun, Cue and Balgo.

In an electorate like Kalgoorlie it will never be economically viable to have terrestrial mobile coverage everywhere. However the Coalition Government recognises that mobile communications can be extremely important to people working and living in remote areas for safety reasons and for staying in contact with family and friends.

For people living and working in areas without terrestrial mobile phone coverage, the Coalition Government provided funding to support the State Government’s satellite phone subsidy scheme.

The Coalition Government has also extended the Satellite Phone Subsidy Scheme to apply to Western Australia when the State Government scheme finishes. Under the scheme customers can get a subsidy of 80 percent or $1,500 off the cost of a satellite phone handset.

(ii) Broadband Access for Kalgoorlie

The Coalition Government established the Higher Bandwidth Incentive Scheme (HiBIS) in response to the Estens Inquiry into regional telecommunications.

HiBIS is a $107.8 million program to provide people in regional, rural and remote Australia with access to affordable broadband services. Under the program a registered HiBIS service provider gets a subsidy for each eligible customer they sign. Any service provider can register to be part of the scheme.

There are currently 10 registered HiBIS providers. Of these, three offer HiBIS broadband services throughout Kalgoorlie.

Under HiBIS Telstra has significantly reduced the required interest level needed to trigger the upgrade of its telephone exchanges to support ADSL broadband.

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In the following locations registered interest for ADSL from the local community has now exceeded Telstra’s reduced threshold. Telstra will now work to provide ADSL in these locations:

• Merredin

• Derby

• Paraburdoo

• Tom Price

• Dampier

In addition, the following locations have all had their thresholds for ADSL upgrade significantly reduced as a result of HiBIS:

• Kambalda

• Norseman

• Onslow

• Marble Bar

• Pannawonica

Telstra will upgrade these exchanges to deliver ADSL when the required level of interest reaches the new lower thresholds.

PART 3 SECURING THE NORTH WEST SHELF

A re-elected Coalition Government will enter into negotiations to purchase two additional Armidale Class Patrol Boats for the Royal Australian Navy.

The patrol boats will be used to provide dedicated surveillance and monitoring of the strategically important North West Shelf (NWS).

These additional patrol boats will be permanently based at either Dampier or Port Hedland.

The acquisition of additional patrol boats from Defence Maritime Services and Austal Limited will result in significant expenditure, employment generation and skills retention for the Western Australian economy.

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The permanent basing of the patrol boats in Dampier or Port Hedland will also result in additional expenditure in that area including:

• through life support for the patrol boats;

• repair and maintenance for the patrol boats; and

• transport and accommodation for the patrol boat crews.

The NWS is arguably Australia’s most valuable resource project as demonstrated by the $25 billion long-term contract to supply liquefied natural gas to China.

The Coalition recognises the need to adequately protect this strategically important national asset.

In addition to their role in providing surveillance of the NWS, the patrol boats will also provide Australia with an enhanced quick-reaction capability to respond to potential threats, including terrorist attacks.

In addition, the leading defence companies Northrop Grumman and General Atomics will be invited to participate in a capability trial to assess the maritime surveillance potential of their Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), as a contribution to defending the NWS environment.

The patrol boats and UAVs will build upon the existing surveillance and operational assets in the region operated by Coastwatch, Customs, and the Australian Defence Force.

PART 4 BORDER PROTECTION & SECURITY

In July 2004, the Coalition announced that its maritime security package would increase Customs staff by 30 percent at Dampier and Port Hedland, two of Australia's busiest ports.

In addition, port surveillance and container inspections will be increased to ensure Australia retains its world best practice reputation in port operations.

The Coalition also announced in July 2004 that it would extend and seal the Mungalalu Truscott Airbase runway that will result in a dramatic increase in surveillance flights off Australia's northwest coast.

These initiatives have been undertaken by the Coalition in recognition of the importance of border protection in remote areas of Australia’s North West.

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They build upon the existing border protection activities in the region operated by Coastwatch, Customs, and the Australian Defence Force.

The Coalition's aviation security package will ensure security at regional airports in Kalgoorlie such as Carnavon, Derby, Esperance, Fitzroy Crossing, Halls Creek, Laverton, Learmonth, Leinstar, Leonora, Meekatharra, Mount Magnet, Shark Bay/Monkey Mia and Wiluna is increased through measures such as increased training for staff, the creation of AFP Protective Service Regional Rapid Response Deployment Teams and an increase in CCTV coverage.

PART 5 CRIME PREVENTION & COMMUNITY SAFETY

The Coalition has taken an active role in community crime prevention in Kalgoorlie, listening to community concerns about crime at its Tough on Drugs and Crime Prevention Forums.

It has also funded local crime prevention initiatives under the National Community Crime Prevention Programme.

Under the NCCPP the Shire of Broome received $307,714 for its Helping Young People Engage project, designed to reduce anti-social behaviour and build positive community relationships.

The Shire of Laverton received $80,000 for its Active Youth Active Futures project that will assist youth and families vulnerable to criminal activity and drug dependency.

PART 6 INCREASED SUPPORT FOR APPRENTICES

At present, New Apprentices who move away from their family home to take up, or remain in, a New Apprenticeship are provided with an allowance to assist them with the cost of living away from home for the first two years of their Apprenticeship.

Building on this, a re-elected Coalition Government will provide an additional $5 million over three years from 1 July 2005 to provide residential support across Australia for these New Apprentices in their third year.

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New Apprentices will now receive:

• $77.17 per week in the first twelve months of their New Apprenticeship, • $38.59 per week in the second twelve months, and • $25.00 per week in the third twelve months.

The number of New Apprentices in Kalgoorlie has grown by 75 per cent since 1996 and this initiative will encourage more Australians into trades.

PART 7 INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS

The Coalition Government believes Indigenous Australians, wherever they live, should have the same opportunities as other Australians to make informed choices about their lives, to realise their full potential in whatever they choose to do and to take responsibility for managing their own affairs.

The Coalition Government will spend $3.1 billion in 2004-05 on Indigenous specific programmes - 39 percent more in real terms than in the last Budget of the Keating Labor Government.

The Coalition Government has shown that it is prepared to make the tough decisions. We made the decision to abolish ATSIC. But this is only one part of the radically overhauled delivery of Indigenous services that a re-elected Coalition Government will introduce.

From 1 July 2004 there has been a renewed emphasis on Indigenous affairs.

There is increased funding for Indigenous services, and an insistence that Indigenous Australians get better value for this money.

Mainstream agencies will be held to account for their performance in Indigenous servicing.

A re-elected Coalition Government will continue to strip away layers of bureaucracy, making it easier for Indigenous communities to have a say in the services that they receive.

Government agencies will be located closer to the people they serve, and will coordinate their activities to provide a simple, flexible “one stop shop”.

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A re-elected Coalition Government will establish a National Indigenous Council of eminent Indigenous Australians who are experts in their fields. The new Council will advise the Ministerial Taskforce on Indigenous Affairs about policy priorities and development and implementation of new initiatives.

Indigenous Australians will have greater say in the delivery of Government programmes to their families and communities. Local communities will have greater say in their children’s future. Funding decisions will be made on a bottom up basis, according to need. Responsibility for outcomes will be shared with local communities.

There will be an increased focus on assistance to remote communities with funding being directed to where it is most needed.

Education, economic development and mobility programmes will be an important part of the strategy for these communities. Unconditional welfare will become a thing of the past.

Three key strategic areas will be given priority:

• Early childhood intervention and the improvement of primary health and early education outcomes, to head off longer term problems.

• Safer communities, with an emphasis on law and order.

• Reducing dependency on passive welfare, and stimulating employment and economic development in Indigenous communities.

A re-elected Coalition Government will:

• Provide $4.5 million over four years for financial literacy training and entrepreneurial skills development as part of a broad Economic Independence Strategy.

• Provide new funding in addition to initiatives announced in the 2004-05 Budget to strengthen governance, leadership and capacity. This will involve funding of:

- $10 million over four years for an Indigenous Youth Leadership programme, including school based scholarships for remote areas, tertiary scholarships, internships and structured study tours. An elders’ mentoring group will support the programme.

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- $2 million over four years to assist communities to develop a 20-30 year vision to guide government interventions as part of the Coalition approach to capacity building in Indigenous communities.

• Provide $19 million over four years to establish a mobility programme to help young Indigenous Australians in areas of economic disadvantage to participate in apprenticeship and tertiary training courses in capital cities and provincial centres. Counselling and supported accommodation will be provided through Aboriginal Hostels Limited. We will establish Indigenous specific pre-vocational training courses with post-training employment placement support.

• Improving school attendance by contributing $5 million to extend the successful Northern Territory ‘No School No Pool’ programme to remote communities in other parts of Australia. Matching funding will be required from each state government. Local communities will be required to contribute one third and commit to a ‘No School No Pool’ policy.

• Provide $4 million for the development and promotion of Indigenous art throughout Australia and $2 million for six additional artworks for Reconciliation Place in Canberra.

PART 8 CULTURE AND INFRASTRUCTURE

(i) Newman Revitalisation

A re-elected Coalition Government will provide $50,000 to revitalise the Newman Town Centre, including providing shaded car park areas and passive recreation areas, improved tourist parking. This work will improve pedestrian and traffic flows in the town and will encourage increased business activity in the town area.

(iii) Broome Arts and Music Foundation

A re-elected Coalition Government will provide $200,000 over the next two years to the Broome Arts and Music Foundation to promote cultural tourism in and around Broome and the Kimberley.

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HIGHLIGHTS OF THE GOVERNMENT’S ACHIEVEMENTS

Since it was elected in 1996, the Coalition Government has invested significantly in the Kalgoorlie region, including:

(i) Roads Funding

Since the Coalition Government took office in 1996, $225 million has been spent on the upgrade of the National Highway.

The Coalition is committed under AusLink to the continued upgrade of the National Network through Kalgoorlie.

The Coalition Government is also committed to the following projects on the Auslink National Network that will benefit Kalgoorlie in future:

• $45 million for the Eyre Highway widening and duplication;

• $33 million for the Great Eastern Highway - Tammin to Walgoolan rehabilitation;

• $44 million for the Kimberley bridges on Great Northern Highway.

The Coalition Government has allocated $50.5 million to the electorate of Kalgoorlie for Roads to Recovery under the first four years of the programme. An equivalent amount of funding will be provided in the next four years.

$4.8 million has been provided to improve the safety of Kalgoorlie roads since 1996-97 under the National Black Spot Programme. This important programme was abandoned by Labor when they were in government.

(ii) Medicare Safety Net

The new Medicare Safety Net reimburses 80 percent of out of pocket medical costs for services provided out of hospital once annual family or individual expenditure reaches a threshold of $300 (concession card holders and recipients of Family Tax Benefit Part A) or $700 (all other people).

This provides peace of mind to all Australians and tangible benefits to some 640,000 Australians - including family members and individuals - who have already reached their Safety Net threshold.

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The Safety Net is the most substantial addition to Medicare since its inception in 1983.

Amazingly, the Labor Party proposes to abolish the Safety Net if it wins the election. This makes Labor the only party proposing a cut in a major health benefit.

Residents of the Kalgoorlie electorate are sharing in the benefits of the Safety Net. Some 1,560 people, including family members and individuals, have reached their Safety Net threshold and are already receiving benefits.

These people are among the many who would stand to lose if Labor came into office and abolished the Safety Net.

(iii) Aged Care

The Coalition has allocated 93 residential and community aged care package places in the Kalgoorlie electorate since 1995-96.

(iv) Communications

The Coalition Government has provided real support to improve communications services in Kalgoorlie.

Broadband services in Kalgoorlie have been improved through projects funded from the Coordinated Communications Infrastructure Fund (CCIF) and the Demand Aggregation Brokers Scheme.

Under the CCIF the Government provided $2 million from the Ngannyatjarra Lands Telecommunications Project. This project will connect schools, police, justice and health agencies in 12 indigenous communities to a broadband network enabling faster and better service delivery in these communities.

As part of the Demand Aggregation Brokers Scheme $300,000 was provided to the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder to employ a community based broadband broker. This will help a number of local government areas to use their combined demand for broadband services to get more attractive offers from broadband providers.

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Through the Telecommunications Action Plan for Remote Indigenous Communities (TAPRIC), the Coalition Government is improving telecommunications services for remote communities. Under TAPRIC 43 remote communities in Kalgoorlie have received high speed two-way satellite broadband access and computer equipment to provide high speed public Internet access.

(v) Stronger Families and Communities

The Coalition Government has provided more than $4.8 million to the Kalgoorlie electorate under the Stronger Families and Communities Strategy.

The Coalition has funded 39 projects since 2000 (including one cross-electorate project funded at $211,731).

(vi) Support for Volunteers

Since 2001, 71 organisations in Kalgoorlie have received volunteer small equipment grants totalling $188,694.

(vii) Water

Following the Coalition Government’s announcement of its national water policy, Securing Australia’s Water Future, the Kalgoorlie community also has the opportunity to bid for projects under the $2 billion Australian Water Fund and the Water Wise Communities initiative.

(viii) Apprenticeships

The number of New Apprentices in Kalgoorlie has grown by 75 per cent since 1996.

(ix) Regional Partnerships

Kalgoorlie, the largest electorate in the world, has received over $5 million from the Regional Partnerships programme since 1 July 2003. Regional Partnerships is a demonstration of the Coalition working with local communities to develop local solutions to local issues.

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(x) Cultural Heritage

The Coalition Government has provided a further $560,078 under the Cultural Heritage Projects Program to the Kalgoorlie electorate for restoration projects such as the Carnarvon One Mile Jetty, Aboriginal Sites around Cue, and Sacred Heart Church Beagle Bay.

The Coalition Government has also provided a further $306,925 under the Rural and Regional Historic Hotels Program, to support projects such as the Denver City Hotel, Main Reef Tavern, Metropole Hotel in Boulder, and the Menzies Hotel in Menzies.

(xi) Natural Heritage Trust

There has been $4,963,840 invested in projects in the Kalgoorlie electorate under the National Heritage Trust extension.

These funds have supported on-ground works such as sustainable pastoral management, river restoration, fire management, protecting work heritage property and improving marine quality.

Specific projects include:

• $600,000 for ecologically sustainable rangeland management in the Southern Rangelands, to move the pastoral industry towards ecologically sustainable pastoral management.

• $295,000 for the Kimberley Regional Fire Management Project. This is a community driven strategic approach encouraging responsibility for improved fire regimes by land managers in respect to erosion and reduction of wildfires.

• $15,000 for the restoration of the Murchison River by eight neighbouring pastoral properties. This involves fencing of more than 190,000ha of fragile river land systems over three years enabling grazing control and river sustainability.

Kalgoorlie has also received $377,717 in funding under the local and Commonwealth component of the Coast and Clean Seas Initiative of the Natural Heritage Trust 1.

The two projects are:

• $186,500 for Exmouth Wastewater Reuse

• $191,217 for Environmental Management in Sea Disposal of Dredged Spoils

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(xii) Envirofund

Since the inception of the Coalition Government's Envirofund in 2002, the Kalgoorlie electorate has received $800,328 in federal funding.

This has supported projects such as raising public awareness, river restoration, fencing remnant vegetation, restoring coastal reserves, and sustainable land management.

Specific projects include:

• $29,800 for Wildlife Corridor Network and Remnant Vegetation Protection on Marlingu Farm. This involves the protection of 250ha of naturally saline valley floor remnant vegetation, a 30 ha corridor to link remnant woodland by planting of seedlings, and 4km of contour banks to control sheet water flow.

• $3,182 to combat Cane Toads in the East Kimberley, through research of findings from other areas that are already infested with Cane Toads, and increased awareness of Cane Toads threat to native wildlife, agriculture and ecosystems.

• $16,028 for a Landcare Public Education Program for Kalgoorlie-Boulder and the surrounding Rangelands. Outcomes include the ongoing publication of a quarterly newsletter for residents of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, improving the Junior Landcare Program, installing 12 km of fencing and planting 5,000 native plants.

(xiii) Renewable Energy

The Coalition Government has invested $29.4 million in the Kalgoorlie electorate, through the Renewable Energy Showcase Program, Renewable Energy Commercialisation Program, Renewable Remote Power Generation Program, and the Renewable Energy Water Pumping sub-program.

Specific examples include:

• $1 million under the Renewable Energy Showcase Program for Western Power Corporation and Powercorp Pty Ltd to develop a hybrid wind-diesel system at Denham.

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• $5.32 million from the Renewable Remote Power Generation Program grant to Western Power Corporation to install a new 3.6 MW wind farm at Esperance.

• $18 million for the Renewable Remote Power Generation Program, which has two generic rebate sub-programs that people in off-grid parts of the Kalgoorlie electorate can benefit from.

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COSTINGS SUMMARY

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Policy Measure 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Total

$m $m $m $m $m

Outback Highway 2.5 2.5 5.0 0.0 10.0

Patrol boats for NW Shelf 0.0 0.0 35.7 49.7 85.4

Culture and infrastructure 0.15 0.1 0.0 0.0 0.25

National projects benefiting Kalgoorlie

Residential support for New Apprentices 0.0 0.9 2.0 2.1 5.0

Indigenous package 16.5 12.0 9.0 9.0 46.5

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