A new report by the Salvation Army found mental health and housing were areas of concern for the Riverina electorate

Conor Burke
By Conor Burke
April 11 2022 - 7:30pm
Support available: Anglicare's Tracey Hancock and Jasmine Woodland survey the community pantry at the Ashmont Community Resource Centre. Picture: Madeline Begley

Riverina residents are most concerned about mental health, housing affordability and alcohol and drug misuse, according to a new report by the Salvation Army.

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Conor Burke

Conor Burke

Journalist

Conor comes to Wagga from Sydney, where he worked for education and health publications. Originally from London, Conor is interested in your quirky story. Mobile: 0400 311 335 EMAIL: conor.burke@dailyadvertiser.com.au

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