Riverina federal election: $4 million for livestock virus hub at CSU with millions more pledged for AgriPark research centre

Rex Martinich
By Rex Martinich
Updated May 18 2022 - 9:54am, first published 7:35am
VIRAL: Jade Forwood, of CSU, explains THRIIVE hub, with Senator Bridget McKenzie, Riverina MP Michael McCormack and Deputy VC Mark Evans. Picture: Les Smith

The federal Coalition has promised $20 million towards expanding an agricultural research centre in Wagga if it is re-elected on Saturday, while confirming that nearly $4 million will be spent on studying livestock diseases.

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Rex Martinich

Rex Martinich

Journalist

Journalist for the Daily Advertiser in Wagga Wagga covering politics and data. Mobile: 0437 853 137 Email: rex.martinich@dailyadvertiser.com.au

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