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What drought, fish kills and financial strife along the Darling River taught regional communities in NSW

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In December 2018, a mass fish kill in the Darling River made global headlines.

Two more followed in January 2019, downstream of Menindee Lakes. In total, it is estimated 1 million fish perished over a 40-kilometre stretch.

To those who live alongside the river upstream, these grim episodes came as…



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