Bridge of burden: Family issues rally call over construction woes

Andrew Mangelsdorf
March 1 2024 - 5:00pm
Wallendbeen couple Andrew and Emma Sheridan are facing an uphill battle in keeping their Kinloch Equine business afloat amid an ongoing fight with the government. They are pictured with their two-year-old son Harry. Picture by Les Smith
Wallendbeen couple Andrew and Emma Sheridan are facing an uphill battle in keeping their Kinloch Equine business afloat amid an ongoing fight with the government. They are pictured with their two-year-old son Harry. Picture by Les Smith

A young family behind an up-and-coming Riverina campdraft are being pushed to the brink amid an ongoing battle with the state government over the construction of a key bridge in the region's east.

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Andrew Mangelsdorf

Originally from South Australia, Andrew Mangelsdorf grew up in Victoria before launching his career in Temora, NSW. He also served as a journalist at Lake Cargelligo before making the move to The Daily Advertiser in 2022. Always on the lookout for story ideas, so if you've got one, let me know: andrew.mangelsdorf@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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