NSW Seeks Water Delivery Exemption as Basin Deadline Looms

New South Wales’s (NSW) water minister has said that his state will not be able to meet its June 2024 deadline to deliver the water savings it had agreed to, and has instead called for an exemption.
Victoria’s water minister has also joined NSW in calling for an exemption following a review by the state’s productivity commission that said “2024 is not a realistic deadline for all aspects of the [Murray Darling] basin plan,” reported The Guardian.
“NSW has been working hard to achieve as much as possible by 2024, however the reality is more time and funding is needed to deliver the outcomes intended under the basin plan,” NSW state’s water minister Kevin Anderson said….

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