Plan creating 'refugees' - no flow to regions

By Daniel Pedersen
Updated February 19 2019 - 11:28pm, first published February 11 2019 - 6:00pm
Former Colly Cotton and AACo boss David Farley stands on the banks of his beloved Murrumbidgee River, he says it is time for a rethink of the Murray Darling Basin Plan.
Former Colly Cotton and AACo boss David Farley stands on the banks of his beloved Murrumbidgee River, he says it is time for a rethink of the Murray Darling Basin Plan.

DAVID Farley reckons it’s time to review and refine the Murray Darling Basin Plan, because in the Riverina it is creating refugees, cast asunder by a lack of work and marooned holding devalued homes.

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