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Farmers protest lack of water in Basin Plan

FRUSTRATIONS AROUND the Murray-Darling Basin Plan have reached boiling point with over one thousand farmers taking to the streets to protest in Tocumwal, New South Wales yesterday.

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 The effigy of Minister Littleproud that was thrown into the Murray River. Image: Twitter

The effigy of Minister Littleproud that was thrown into the Murray River. Image: Twitter

Around 1500 people attended the rally that ended with an effigy of Minister David Littleproud being tossed into the Murray River. The demonstrators called for a pause on the Basin Plan while a proper...

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