Menindee, New South Wales
Town in New South Wales, Australia
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Menindee, frequently but erroneously spelled "Menindie", is a small town in the far west of New South Wales, Australia, in Central Darling Shire, on the banks of the Darling River, with a sign-posted population of 980 and a 2016 census population of 551.
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After drought and mass fish kills, water is once again flowing in the NSW Menindee regionThe first major water flows in years have provided a much-needed boost for farmers and river communities in the Menindee Lakes region of New South Wales.
Filmmaker reveals full extent of 'ecological disaster' from NSW fish killsFootage released to SBS News shows the dried and decaying bodies of fish on the banks of Lake Pamamaroo near the town of Menindee.
Menindee locals worried about water waiverRural residents living outside Menindee are being asked to sign a waiver to have potable water delivered to their homes.
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