- Huge $333 million deficit in 2014-15.
- Surplus eventually expected in 2017-18.
- ACT economy to expand by 1.75 per cent next financial year.
- Sluggish employment growth: drops from 0.75 per cent to 0.5 per cent.
- Wages tipped to rise marginally faster than inflation: 2.5 per cent compared with 2.25 per cent.
FEES & CHARGES
- Eight more parking inspectors to bring in almost $3 million a year in revenue.
- Extra emergency services levy on commercial properties worth more than $2 million.
- Most government fees to rise, including driver's licences and car registration.
- New $34 lifetime care and support levy to cover catastrophic road injuries.
- Record investment in infrastructure: $2.5 billion over four years.
- About 30 per cent of this - $735 million - to be spent in 2014-15 to ward off effects of federal spending cuts.
- 36 new hospital beds; extra nursing and other health staff.
- Funding for 500 extra elective surgeries to cut waiting lists.
- 25-bed secure mental health unit at Symonston.
- Funding for walk-in medical centre in Belconnen.
- Expansion of community mental-health services.
- New CIT campus in Tuggeranong
- $82 million to improve infrastructure in public schools and $59 for private schools
- The new Coombs School to be open in 2017.
- Upgrades for childcare centres in Chisholm and Kambah
- ACT Public Service staffing levels "won't fall below 2013-14 levels".
- Government to employ an extra 142 full-time staff in the coming year, almost all in health.
- Another public service overhaul on the cards: systematic reviews of directorates to cut waste and duplication.
- A personalised online system, iConnect, to improve how Canberrans communicate with government.
- $21.3 million to get Capital Metro project "investment ready".
- Government to seek expressions of interest to build and run to network in the coming year.
- Construction to begin in 2016.Capital Metro Agency to have 42 staff in 2014-15.
- Weekend bus services to Molongolo, Harrison, Casey and West Macgregor.
- Upgrade for the intersection of William Slim Drive and the Barton Highway.
- Extra funds to link the new Majura Parkway to airport shops, including Ikea.
- Supreme Court to be redeveloped via a public-private partnership.
- Funding to expand the prison and upgrade its security systems.
- Extra money to reduce the case backlog at the Supreme Court.
- $21 million to start work on a joint fire and ambulance station at Aranda.
- $2.4 million for three Cricket World Cup matches at Manuka Oval in 2015.
- Upgrade of Lyneham tennis courts so ACT can host professional tournaments.
- Funds to design a water play park in Tuggeranong.
- Extra $15 million to maintain parks.
- Expansion of Gungaderra grasslands and Mulangarri nature reserves to help save the golden sun moth and the striped legless lizard.
- Funding to cull kangaroos and rabbits.
- Extra money for out-of-home care for families with children with a disability.
- Bridging funding for organisations before the national disability insurance scheme comes into place.
- New respite home for children with a disability.