- $1.6bn infrastructure pledge
- Gutwein defends job cuts
- $66.8m boost for health
- Police to find $42m savings
- $22m fund for the North
- 700 public service jobs to go
A $57 million boost to education, up from previous budgets, has been touted as a record spend for education.
Child health nurses will be returned to schools, with 10 to roll out next year, with a total of 17 working across schools in three years.
Specialist numeracy and literacy teachers will receive the $8.3 million as promised over four years.
The Years 11 and 12 extension policy is set at $45.5 million, with five full time teachers for each of the schools involved.
School funding for Gonski will be set at a minimum of 5 per cent next year.
No major education infrastructure projects are planned, but Brooks High School will receive its $9 million as promised last year.
King Meadows will wait for its $2 million, as will Hagley Farm School for its $100,000 to become an agricultural learning hot spot.
A total of $6 million will be spent on classrooms for the schools extending to Years 11 and 12 over the next four years.
An initial $1.5 million will be spent this year.