Important questions about Broken Hill, Menindee Lakes and the Darling River were put to the first public hearing of a parliamentary inquiry examining water supply for country NSW held in the city yesterday.
Various native title groups, members of the Lower Darling
Horticultural Group, representatives of City Council, the Chamber of
Commerce, the Broken Hill & Darling River Action Group, as well as
Water NSW and Essential Water took the stand over the five-and-a-half
hour session at the Council Chambers.