Basin Plan battle lines drawn as Labor pus buybacks on agenda

Mike Foley
Updated February 20 2019 - 12:05pm, first published February 12 2019 - 5:22pm
Tony Burke visiting Menindee in Far West NSW last month, after fish kills wiped out thousands of native fish in the Lower Darling River. Photo Dean Sewell.
Tony Burke visiting Menindee in Far West NSW last month, after fish kills wiped out thousands of native fish in the Lower Darling River. Photo Dean Sewell.

Labor is reigniting the divisive, emotionally-charged debate over Murray Darling Basin water recovery, setting the stage for a controversial election campaign.

Mike Foley

Mike Foley

National rural reporter

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