Pair of Northern Tableland councils join forces for drought resilience

Finn Coleman
Updated February 8 2024 - 10:07am, first published February 7 2024 - 4:21pm
Flashback to New England in 2018, when data showed parts of Australia were drier then than during the Millennium drought.
Flashback to New England in 2018, when data showed parts of Australia were drier then than during the Millennium drought.

Glen Innes Severn and Tenterfield Shire Councils have received a combined $450,000 to work together on drought resilience.

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Finn Coleman

Finn Coleman

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I understand the importance of community news in highlighting stories that members of local communities care about - including events, businesses, sports and the people that make towns unique. Email me at finn.coleman@austcommunitymedia.com.au or call 0437 550 909

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