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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.

10 November 2011 Media centre

Environmental watering to benefit The Living Murray's icon sites

The Murray–Darling Basin Authority today announced the release of up to 110 GL (billion litres) of The Living Murray's environmental water over the...

09 November 2011 Media centre

Launch of the MDBA blog ‘Free Flow’

Today we've launched the MDBA's blog 'Free Flow'. This is a place for open online conversations with the MDBA, where anyone can ask questions and...

04 November 2011 Media centre

Murray-Darling Basin ministers met today in Canberra

Murray–Darling Basin ministers met today in Canberra and were briefed on key aspects of the draft Basin Plan. Read more

04 November 2011 Media centre

Menindee Lakes release to increase soon

With summer approaching, the Murray–Darling Basin Authority advises that transfers of water from Menindee Lakes to the River Murray can be expected...

04 November 2011 Media centre

Statement from the Chair: 'On track for 28 November'

Following the outcomes from today's Ministerial Forum the MDBA is now clear to commence the 20-week formal consultation period on the draft Basin...

24 August 2011 Media centre

19,000 wetlands assessed for acid sulfate soils

A 3‐year study by the Murray–Darling Basin Authority and stakeholders has identified the broad scope of acid sulfate soils in the Basin. This is the...

19 August 2011 Media centre

Chair shares the condolences of the Authority

Statement from the Hon. Craig Knowles, Chair of the Authority On behalf of the Murray-Darling Basin Authority, and from a personal perspective...

19 August 2011 Media centre

Call for Basin Community Committee members

The Murray-Darling Basin Authority is calling for expressions of interest for the second term of the Basin Community Committee (BCC). The BCC gives...

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