MDBA says drought is still affecting storages

Andrew Miller
Updated April 9 2020 - 9:11am, first published 9:10am
LOW LEVELS: The Hume Dam, spilling after filling in 2016. Its now at 16.2pc of its capacity.
LOW LEVELS: The Hume Dam, spilling after filling in 2016. Its now at 16.2pc of its capacity.

A wet start to autumn has brought smiles to the faces of many farmers in southern NSW and Victoria, but the Murray-Darling Basin Authority says there's still a long way to go, before calling an end to the drought.

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Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller

Journalist

I'm a general reporter with Stock & Land, with a special interest in irrigation issues. I completed my cadetship, with the Age, in 1980. Over my career, I've worked for ABC radio news (Mt Isa, Qld) and at provincial and suburban newspapers.

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