Since the election, the Marshall Government has been able to deliver on the promises it made to South Australians.
✓ $202.6 million to create an additional 20,800 apprentices and trainees
✓ $11.3 billion in infrastructure spending to build new roads and deliver key infrastructure projects
✓ $157.2 million to abolish payroll tax for all small businesses and $95.9 million in land tax relief to allow businesses to grow and invest with confidence
✓ $12.8 million to establish five new trade offices to drive exports and job creation
✓ $360 million reduction in Emergency Services Levy bills, for more than 650,000 properties
✓ Capping NRM levies from 1 July 2019 and changing the way our natural resources are managed
✓ $4.9 million to abolish the $59.40 fee payable for volunteer screening checks
✓ $184 million to improve energy market reliability and make electricity bills more affordable for households and businesses
✓ Over $1.2 billion in health spending, including investing in regional hospitals and reactivating The Repat
✓ $692 million to upgrade and modernise school infrastructure and a $515 million increase in education spending
✓ $22.2 million to extend police station opening hours, to fund solicitors to undertake certain prosecutions, implement a new staffing model in metropolitan police stations and create a new counter terrorism and rapid response team.
To read more about the State Budget 2018-19 and the promises delivered click here.