After a week marred by scandal and drama, the Government has finally released its Wellbeing Budget.
It's the hottest date in the political calendar.
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Billions of dollars has been allocated including a record amount for mental health services, at $1.9 billion. A large amount of that will go to boosting frontline mental health services.
Rail, schools and hospitals, and child wellbeing have also been significantly invested in.
Schools from deciles 1-7 will have the option of ditching the school donation and instead getting a $150 payment per child. There's also an increase to benefits, indexing benefits to the average wage.
Defence gets $1.5 billion and the environment gets just under $500 million ($479 million).
Newshub Politics' Anna Bracewell-Worrall, Jenna Lynch and Political Editor Tova O'Brien break down the Budget and the week that was in three minutes.
Watch the video.