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[Public Domain] 10 Feb 2007 Dylan O'Donnell
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As water supplies dwindle in Eastern Australia, the politics and debate rages for the management of the Murray Darling river system. Operators around the lake call for minimum lake levels while farmers downstream argue for minimum river flow levels. City and town residents are told to keep their water consumption down, while irrigators take more from the river in a day than the town dwellers would use in a year collectively. While the debates and the politics continue, it becomes clearer that there simply isn’t enough water for everybody, and this is a problem not solved simply through federal budget promises in an election year.
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