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  1. Deniliquin hosts two water inquiries over two days

    This week, Deniliquin hosted two key representatives who are conducting separate reviews into Australia’s water and irrigation arrangements,…

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  2. Water for Fodder – a free-kick for South Australia

    As details are finally released about the Australian Government’s Water for Fodder program, Murray Irrigation Chair, Phil Snowden,…

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  3. AGM reflects on tough year

    Around sixty Murray Irrigation shareholders gathered at the Deniliquin RSL Club today for the company’s Annual General Meeting…

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  4. Business Review Update, Phase One

    Further cost savings announced Murray Irrigation has announced the removal of at least six roles as part of…

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  5. MIL Communities in Crisis

    A number of Murray Irrigation staff will attend the ‘Fix the Basin Plan, Communities in Crisis Rally’ being…

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  6. Largest ever Winter Works program completed

    Murray Irrigation recently completed its most comprehensive Winter Works maintenance and construction program. Lachie Knight, Executive General Manager…

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  7. Murray Irrigation announces resource distribution

    Riverina-based Murray Irrigation has announced that it will distribute 53GL of much needed water to its customers immediately,…

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  8. Mulwala Canal vital to local communities

    The Mulwala Canal is vital to local farmers and their communities, according to Federal Minister for Agriculture and…

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  9. Landmark ag water agreement

    Murray Irrigation and the NSW Government have signed an historic agreement that represents a significant coup for the…

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