Basin Authority acts on scathing report
The Murray Darling Basin Authority has begun acting on the recommendations from the Interim Inspector General’s report into water sharing arrangements in the Southern Murray Darling Basin.
Themes of the 5 recommendations centred on improving transparency, and making the accessibility of information more readily available.
To find out how the Basin Authority has reacted to the report, rural editor Eddie Summerfield caught up with MDBA chief executive Phillip Glyde:
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