The $1.7 million a day bungle “not high” on the Premier’s list
Since last Wednesday seasonal workers have been unable to cross the Murray River from Victoria to work on the citrus harvest in New South Wales.
It’s estimated to be costing the industry $1.7 million a day.
New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian says “on the rung of issues to be concerned about, that’s not high on the list.”
Rural Editor Eddie Summerfiled spoke with Citrus Australia Nathan Hancock.