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Act govt awards kingston harbour contract to SAFA for $2

Act govt awards kingston harbour contract to SAFA for $2.5m deal — source

Kiwi chief cabinet secretary Scott Morrison on Monday confirmed to AM it would be awarded a contract for the construction of a new marine research facility on Queenstown by SAFA as part of the government’s «win-win» infrastructure package.

On an emergency call for public assistance to the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet to provide assistance to Kiwis experiencing unemployment, Mr Morrison said it would be a win-win deal for New Zealand and SAFA.

However, the minister would not say if the federal government or SAFA were expected to pay half of the construction cost, and SAFA’s CEO said there was no such agreement.

The announcement came on a call on Twitter from the department of national interest, which had previously asked for an extra $731m in funding and another $3m for additional staff.

«Minister Morrison confirms he is awarding $2.5m in an SAFA contract to South Africans at sea for research and development of marine resear우리카지노ch facilities and research projects, on Queensborough Island. This project comes after the SAFA announcement of an award for the construction of a facility in Australia,» a ministry spokesman said.

SAFA confirmed on Monday that the contract was announced last night and would be funded by the National Treasury.

The company said the contract was announced early in the morning and had since been «agreed upon by both governments».

«While 바카라사이트it is not yet clear when it will be awarded, the Government has confirmed it will take forward the funds from the award,» it said.

A spokeswoman for the minister said the contract would also include more than $200 million in funding to SAFA’s existing and future marine research projects, and «new investments to be undertaken and delivered».

She said the money was to be made up of both the state tax credit and an ongoing $731.4 million federal infrastructure gr바카라ant.

The South African contract was first announced in June but was delayed when the company was able to secure a federal work capability agreement, despite the fact that the department of the prime minister and cabinet had previously approved the project.

In June, Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe told the national assembly there was a need for extra federal money for the construction of facilities at New Zealand, with the $2.5m needed in the deal on Queensborough due to be in order.

«We’ve got to put a lot mor