'Preposterous', 'lazy', 'lunacy': Basin communities respond to Greens deal

Dan Holmes
Updated November 29 2023 - 11:48am, first published 11:47am
Hundreds attended a Rally in Leeton last week, concerned about changes to the Murray Darling Basin Plan. Picture supplied
Hundreds attended a Rally in Leeton last week, concerned about changes to the Murray Darling Basin Plan. Picture supplied

The government's proposed changes to the Murray Darling Basin Plan (MDBP) have moved one step closer after they reached a deal with the Greens party.

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Dan Holmes

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Dan is a Journalist with the Daily Advertiser in Wagga, covering policy, politics and culture. He is the winner of 2022's Ossie award for domestic and family violence reporting. Tips and pitches to: dan.holmes@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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