Hope for Far West water

By Alisha Fogden
Updated March 24 2016 - 2:51pm, first published 7:30am
DRY TIMES: Lake Pamamaroo, NSW, is one of many empty lakes within the Menindee Lakes system. The Menindee Lakes, which holds up to 1731gL, is at about 3 per cent of capacity.
DRY TIMES: Lake Pamamaroo, NSW, is one of many empty lakes within the Menindee Lakes system. The Menindee Lakes, which holds up to 1731gL, is at about 3 per cent of capacity.

RECOMMENDATIONS made by the Senate Select Committee to fix water issues in the Far West of NSW have been positively received by local community groups, but concerns have been raised about whether they will come to fruition. 

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