Toorale Money Waste and Community Economic Damage

Just in case the telling point is lost in too many words-see below. The Darling River flow past Louth for the 2010/11 year was 7,910,553 megalitres. The Government claim of “water returned to the river” in 2010/11 as a consequence of the Toorale close down, was 7,672 megalitres-0.01% of the flow.

One thought on “Toorale Money Waste and Community Economic Damage

  1. David, Happy new year and again you have \”hit the nail on the head\”. I note with interest that NPWS are advertising positions for this new national park. SAdly we will witness not just the loss in terms of a viable station, but also the loss of the history as the govt struggles to maintain the buildings etc.

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