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The Destruction of the GMID through “Reconfiguration” : a reckless failure of Policy and Process.

Monday, 1 February 2016

The mid-term review of the Goulburn Murray Water Connections Project2 (GMWCP2) was made available in November 2015.   The stage two of the “reconfiguration” of the Goulburn Murray Irrigation District (GMID) which is the biggest, oldest and once most productive food bowl in Australia is a $1Bill Federal infrastructure project which commenced in 2012.   The Business Case for this infrastructure project remains officially secret.   The deal is that for the Federal $1B...Click here for full story

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90 second speech - Monday 30 November - Pony Club participation in Murray

Monday, 30 November 2015

The electorate of Murray is well known for its highly successful horse breeding. We have some of the best thoroughbred stables in Victoria, and Nagambie is the home of champion Black Caviar. Black Caviar was born in 2006 at Nagambie, on the great Goulburn River. We have great young and mature-age people involved at all levels in the industry, as well as with horse eventing and pony clubs. I want to congratulate 22-year-old Anna Parry, from Powlett Plains in the south-west of my electorate, who was part of the successful three-rider team that won a silver med...Click here for full story

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The World Today ABC: Murray-Darling irrigation reforms

Monday, 19 October 2015

ELEANOR HALL: Lower rainfall is threatening to once again pitch irrigators, environmentalists and other water users along the Murray Darling river against each other. A delegation of Victorian irrigators is in Canberra today, arguing that the water currently held for environmental flows needs to be put back into faltering agricultural operations. The push comes amid a political fight in Canberra over exactly which minister should have responsibility for sorting out the future of the river. Political reporter Tom Iggulden has more from Canberra. TOM IGGULDEN: Victorian Liberal MP Sh...Click here for full story

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