Delivering for Hunter

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Greta Public School - $2Million
Built new hall and covered outdoor learning area (COLA) – September 2009

Rutherford Public School - $3Million
Construction of 6 new classrooms – July 2014

Nulkaba Public School - $2.65Million
Construction of new multipurpose hall – May 2011

St Patricks at Lochinvar - $2.23Million
New multipurpose hall and classrooms – November 2010

Cessnock West Public School - $2.65Million
New multipurpose hall and canteen – May 2011

Cessnock High School - $1.29Million
Refurbishment and construction of new Science Centre – December 2012

St Philips Christian College Nulkaba - $5Million
New school officially opened thanks to more than $5Million in funding from the Federal Government – May 2013

Cessnock Public School - $2.5Million
Built new hall, additions to canteen and new covered outdoor learning area (COLA) September 2009

Singleton Community College - $1.3Million
Upgrades to existing facilities and replacement of demountable building with permanent – June 2011

All Saints College Lochinvar - $2.4Million
New multipurpose Hall – December 2014

Muswellbrook - $2.7Million
Muswellbrook TAFE new Student Accommodation Facility – October 2013

St Phillips Christian College Nulkaba - $750,000
Funding for new learning spaces, amenities & office buildings – December 2014

Hunter Electorate shares $1.2Billion in funding for new computers in 11 Secondary Schools – June 2008

Hunter Trade Training Centres – total investment $16.92Million (highlighted Orange)

Kurri Kurri TAFE - $7.9Million
New Hotel Academy and training facility – November 2010

Muswellbrook TAFE – $1.5Million
New Automotive training facility – November 2012

All Saints Colleges - $4.2Million
Trade training facilities at both St Josephs and St Peters campuses Maitland – November 2014

Muswellbrook TAFE – $2.32Million
New Electro-technology Building – December 2010

Cessnock - $1Million
Establish a Trade Training Centre at Cessnock High School – May 2013

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TOTAL Hunter Infrastructure – Bridges & Roads - $183.365Million  

Wittingham - $134Million
Minimbah Bank Third Track rail project – June 2010

Singleton - $2.2Million
Brookers Bridge at Mirannie replaced by a two lane concrete bridge – January 2016

Cessnock City Council - $1.078Million
Various community infrastructure projects across the Cessnock LGA – March 2009

Milbrodale Black Spot Funding - $630,000
Widen shoulder, upgrade delineation and install curve alignment markers and curve advisory signs on Putty Road – April 2015

Cessnock - $450,000
Road upgrades to George Booth Dr & Richmondvale Roads – August 2010

Singleton Rest Area - $1.33Million
Construction of Rix’s Creek Rest Area on the New England Hwy – February 2013

Aberdeen’s Fitzgerald Bridge - $28Million
Construction of the new Fitzgerald Bridge over the Hunter River on the New England Hwy – February 2013

Muswellbrook Council - $416,000
Various community infrastructure projects across the Muswellbrook Shire – March 2009

Singleton Council - $381,000
Various community infrastructure projects across the Singleton LGA – March 2009

Lochinvar Black Spot Funding - $450,000
Installation of a safety barrier on the New England Hwy at Lochinvar – April 2015

Aberdare/Cessnock - $610,000
Widening and resurfacing of Duffie Drive April 2015

Cessnock/Mulbring round-a-bout - $1Million
Installation of round-a-bout and slip lane at the Leggetts Drive/Lake Road intersection – April 2010

Mount Vincent - $4.4Million
Single lane Foster’s Bridge on Sandy Creek Road replaced by new double lane bridge – January 2016

North Rothbury - $300,000
Black spot funding, realigning curve on Wine Country Drive at North Rothbury – May 2010

Merriwa - $1.2Million
Installations of a median safety barrier along Golden Hwy – April 2015

Laguna - $500,000
Widen and resurface Great North Road – April 2015

Muswellbrook - $75,000
Increase the load limit on the Williams Bridge at Martindale – January 2016

Abermain - $4Million
Frame Drive Bridge replaced with double lanes concrete bridge and walkway – January 2016

Scone - $2.28 Million
Replacement of single lane Middlebrook Bridge to a double lane concrete bridge on Middlebrook Rd – January 2016

Bunnan - $60,500
Install curve and advisory signage and guardrail on Merriwa Scone Rd - $60,500

The Hunter Expressway - $1.45Billion
Construction of the Hunter Expressway linking Newcastle and Branxton – 2010-2014

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TOTAL ANZAC & Armistice Day – $102,431

Cessnock, Armistice Centenary - $33,450
New Centenary Street Banners, funding to the RSL and Library exhibit – October 2018

Greta - $1,000
Restoring the Cenotaph for the Greta RSL – March 2014

Singleton – $1,800
Singleton Council, new flags for headstones – June 2015

Singleton - $2,805
Singleton Council, install new lighting at the War Memorial – August 2014

Muswellbrook - $2,373
Funding for Memorial Service and Dinner – April 2016

Muswellbrook - $11,364
Upper Hunter Conservatory of Music Concerts to commemorate the Centenary of Armistice – October 2018

Hunter RSL’s & Public Schools - $30,325
Five local Public Schools and RSL’s receive funding for ANZAC Centenary – November 2014

Brunkerville - $4,000
Brunkerville Church Armistice Memorial upgrade – October 2018

Cessnock - $15,314
Cessnock Council, refurbish and resurface Memorial – June 2015

Hunter Expressway $1.45 Billion


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