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Key water Archive

Murrumbidgee Supplementary Announcement – 3rd November

Department of Planning, Industry & Environment – Water has issued access to supplementary water for the Murrumbidgee River and Yanco/Billabong Creek systems.Recent rainfall from coastal low event has led to elevated tributary inflows.In addition, regulated river (general security) access licence holders may take water during this period of supplementary flows, if the uncontrolled flow (UCF).

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November Water Allocations

November 18th Border Rivers General Security A has increased by 41.3% to 64.6% November 16th NSW Murray General Security increased by 3% to 39% Murrumbidgee General Security increased by 8% to 74% Victoria The Goulburn and Loddon systems increase from 93 per cent high-reliability water shares (HRWS) to 100 per cent HRWS. The Murray system.

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NIC newsletter 6th April 2020

CEO CommentA couple of new documents on the NIC web site.  Joy has put together a terrific summary of our activities over the 2018-19 year for members in our 2019 annual report – reads well and looks great. The second is our submission to the ‘Sefton’ independent panel on social and economic impacts in the Murray.

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April Allocation Announcements

22nd April Upper Namoi General Security increases to 50% allocation and High Security in both Upper Namoi & Lower Namoi is now at 100% 16th April Lachlan General Security remains unchanged 15th April NSW Murray General Security remains unchanged Murrumbidgee General Security remains unchanged 9th April Macquarie allocations remain unchanged 7th April Gwydir General Security.

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Murray Darling Basin Plan Forum- have your say on the 450GL on-farm efficiency socio-economic testing

The below is the media release from The Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources   Thursday, 18 October 2018 Murray-Darling communities keep Basin Plan in check   Consultation documents for socio economic test released Criteria to make sure projects have only positive or neutral social and economic impacts. Part of the $1.5 billion Murray Darling.

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Sale of Gwydir allocation water averaging $429ML

The Commonwealth Environmental Water Holder has sold 6.7 gigalitres of Commonwealth environmental water allocations for a return of $2.878 million that will be used to improve the environment of the Murray Darling Basin. The 6.7 gigalitres was bought by Gwydir irrigators wanting to secure water for crops. The acting Commonwealth Environmental Water Holder, Mr Mark Taylor,.

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