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Journalists can contact the MDBA media team by calling 02 6279 0141 or emailing media@mdba.gov.au.

We are a small media team and do not monitor emails after hours (including weekends). For urgent issues please call 0407 054 234.

28 May 2012 Media centre

Changes to the draft Basin Plan released

The Murray–Darling Basin Authority today sent the revised Basin Plan to ministers as part of the next step in the process of developing a plan...

04 May 2012 Media centre

Chair shares the condolences of the Authority

The Murray–Darling Basin Authority expresses its sincere condolences to the family of Wayne O'Mally and the community of Bourke. We would like...

04 May 2012 Media centre

Expressions of interest for the Advisory Committee on Social, Economic...

The Hon Craig Knowles, Chair of the Murray–Darling Basin Authority, today announced the establishment of an Advisory Committee on Social,...

02 May 2012 Media centre

MDBA Chief Executive's speech to the Practical Responses to Clima...

Over the past months there have been criticisms that the draft Murray-Darling Basin Plan does not take climate change into account. In a speech to...

27 April 2012 Media centre

MDBA Chair Craig Knowles' speech to the Farm Writers' Associ...

In his most recent speech, MDBA Chair Craig Knowles encouraged governments to provide the leadership needed to progress major water reform. Mr...

03 April 2012 Media centre

Final steps in Mildura Weir removal delayed until after Easter

The Murray–Darling Basin Authority and Goulburn-Murray Water advised today that the final steps in removing the Mildura Weir have been delayed...

27 March 2012 Media centre

Sunraysia weir pool operations - Mildura and Euston Weirs

The Murray-Darling Basin Authority advised today that the Mildura Weir pool and lock will be temporarily closed from 30 March 2012. Due to the major...

21 March 2012 Media centre

Lowering of Mildura Weir pool now scheduled for 2013

The Murray-Darling Basin Authority and Goulburn-Murray Water advised today that the planned lowering of the Mildura weir pool in May 2012, for weir...

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The Torrumbarry weir pool, downstream of Echuca, will be lowered slightly next week to help improve riverbank stability. @GMWater asks customers to monitor their pumps as river levels drop. Read the full media release: https://t.co/VsyvccvTqD @campaspeshire https://t.co/0F9DDSvvuV

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