'Time to start a discussion': Farmer backs Riverina State campaign

Allan Wilson
December 14 2023 - 1:00pm
MIA farmer Glen Andreazza peers over his 30 hectare irrigated rice crop. He believes it's time to talk about making the Riverina a separate state after rallies against the water amendment bill 'went unheard by those in power'. Picture by Allan Wilson
MIA farmer Glen Andreazza peers over his 30 hectare irrigated rice crop. He believes it's time to talk about making the Riverina a separate state after rallies against the water amendment bill 'went unheard by those in power'. Picture by Allan Wilson

Willbriggie farmer Glen Andreazza says it's time for Riverina residents to think about breaking away from the rest of the state following the passing of the water amendment Bill in the senate.

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Allan Wilson

Allan Wilson

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Journalist with previous experience working for mastheads in Tumut, Temora and Lake Cargelligo. Local to the area. Send me your news tips at allan.wilson@areanews.com.au

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