• First home buyers — changes to super restrictions will free up money for a deposit totalling $30,000 per person in total and $15,000 per year;
• Apprentices and trainees — $1.5bn over four years from the newly created Skilling Australians Fund, which is designed to support up to 300,000 people.
• Rail projects — $500m for Victorian regional passenger rail, $100m for a Geelong line upgrade; $20.2m for Murray Basin Rail and $30m for a Tullamarine airport rail link;
• National infrastructure — $10bn for a national rail program to fund priority regional and urban rail investments over the next decade.
• Sick people — changes to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme worth about $170 million and the reintroduction of bulk billing incentives for diagnostic imaging and pathology services;
• Full funding of the NDIS;
• Small businesses — those with a turnover up to $10m can continue to immediately write off expenditure up to $20,000 for another year;
• Melbourne housing — Land for 6000 new homes on Defence land at Maribyrnong;
• Property downsizers — Those over 65 will be able to make a non-concessional contribution up to $300,000 into their super from the proceeds of the sale of their principal home.
• Hospital funding increases of $2.8bn over four years.
• War remembrance — $19.6m over two years to commemorate the 100th anniversary of WWI and the ANZAC Centenary.
• Queensland road users — $844m upgrade for the Bruce Highway;
• Western Sydney airport — $5.3bn over 10 years on the 1800-hectare site;•
• Federal police — $62.3m in additional funds for the next financial year;
• Back to work parents — $263m over four years on the ParentsNext program, to help parents of children to plan and prepare for employment;
• Pensioners — concession card restored to those impacted by the assets test change introduced this year.
• Big banks — A levy on the big banks will reap $1.6bn;
• Bankers behaving badly — New misconduct rules will be introduced, and breaches of these will result in fines ranging from $50m to $200m;
• Foreign property owners — Changes to capital gains tax laws will reap $145m;
• The “Black Economy” — A crackdown on contractors in the courier and cleaning industries targeting tax evasion such as “cash only” work;
• Family day care rorters — crackdowns will target more than $130m in savings;
• The Medicare Levy will rise from 2 per cent to 2.5 per cent;
• Businesses which rely on employing foreign workers will be forced to contribute to Skilling Australians Fund, which will raise $1.5bn;
• Uni students — previously announced fee hikes will hike fees by 7.5 per cent over four years.