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In the continuing effort to provide you with quality service we are constantly working on and monitoring our water, sewer and drainage networks.  A 14 week project to replace sections of old irrigation pipelines as part of our irrigation network upgrades has now commenced and will include construction at the following locations: Dow Avenue (Merbein), Morpung Avenue and 16th Street (Mildura). For full details of the irrigation pipeline replacement works click here
 Our Rural and Commercial customers will have received a hard copy survey and reply envelope in the mail. We encourage all of these customers to complete the survey and post it back to us. The results from these surveys assist us in planning our water, sewerage, irrigation and drainage services. They also assist us in ensuring we are delivering an exceptional customer experience for our customers. If you wish to fill the survey online instead please click here
The Northern Victorian Resource Manager has today advised that water allocations for Murray River high reliabiilty water shares have now hit 100%. For more information go to www.nvrm.net.au
Please see the attached media release on the end of the release of treated wastewater from the Mildura Treatment Plant to the River Murray.
The new appointments announced by Minister for Water Lisa Neville bring fresh skills into the sector and ensure that water corporations reflect the community they represent. 53 per cent of all water board appointments are women and 60 per cent of chairs for CMA's and water corporations are female. These changes reflect priorities set out in Water for Victoria, which identified the need to promote gender equality and diversity within the water sector. For more information click the link. https://www.water.vic.gov.au/water-industry-and-customers/board-appointments-2017
Please see the following information on the Allocation Management Strategy that LMW will be using for the 2017/2018 season. For more information please contact us on 50513400.
The seasonal determination for Murray High Reliability Water Shares has increased to 70% and Goulburn HRWS to 45%. For more info go to
As part of LMW's committment to continue to improve our services to our customers we are proposing to extend the urban and sewerage districts to include land in Koorlong.  Contact LMW for further information.  Draft plans can be viewed here.  Submissions on the proposal are invited and must be received by LMW by 30 September 2017.
In this weeks allocation announcement (01/08/17), Murray system allocations remained at 66% of High Reliability Water Shares (HRWS) and Goulburn allocations increased to 40% of HRWS 
LMW announced today the closing date for the Culture Art Competition has been extended to 25th August 2017. We received feedback from several schools of their willingness to get involved but would like some additional time with the school holidays falling during July.  We urge students in our area to get involved for a chance to win some great prizes including an iPad. For more information visit the link.
Lower Murray Water Chairman John Tesoriero and long serving fellow Board member Kay Martin have announced they will not be renominating for the new LMW Board. See the attached media release for more information.
LMW will be releasing some fully treated wastewater into the river Murray commencing today. See our media release for more information
Our latest SMP2 newsletter is now available. To keep up to date on the business case development for SMP2 visit the link.
The first seasonal determination for High Reliability Water Shares has now occurred. Murray high reliabiilty shares are at 66% and Goulburn shares are 36%. For more information on water allocations please go to the Northern Victorian Water Resource Managers website www.nvrm.net.au
We are seeking new members of our rural Strategic Advisory Committee and our 6 rural Customer Service Advisory Committees. Nominations open on Monday 5th June and close at 4pm Friday 16th June 2017. Click here for more information. 
Lower Murray Water's irrigation customers and interested community members are invited to come on a "Growers Field Trip" visiting local farms and agricultural businesses within the Mildura region. To be held on Tuesday 30th May from 8.30 to 4.00pm. Click above link for more info and RSVP details.
Irrigation District Customers in the Red Cliffs, Merbein and Mildura areas please see the attached information on the Winter pumping water avialability for this season.
We are happy to announce that the winners were drawn for our IPad2 competition and these winners are: 
Mrs Roberta Dillon - Urban Customer; Mr Jaswinder Dhaliwal - Rural Customer; Murray Ace Learning Centre - Commercial Customer. We held the competition to encourage our customers to supply their contact details so we can communicate with them via our digital channels. Thank you to all our customers who entered the competition and provided their details. We look forward to supplying you with timely information on our services and how we can assist you in managing your water services. 
See the attached link for information on the Expression of Interest process for the submission of applications to be appointed to a Victorian Water Corporation board.
The Victorian Government is committed to community engagement and increasing diversity in water sector leadership. This will encourage new ideas and ensure we best reflect our diverse communities. For more information click here
Lower Murray Water announced it's support of the creation of a Men's Shed in Red Cliffs with the handover of a $1000 donation to the Red Cliffs Community Resource Centre Inc (RCCRC)  See full media release.
We are running a competition to win an iPAD Air 2. It's as simple as clicking here and then entering your contact details.
LMW have reviewed the submission date for the Registration of Intent for SMP2. Submissions will now be accepted until 3pm Friday 27th January 2017. Further information about the ROI submission process can be obtained from the SMP2 webpage.

Primary producers may be eligible for a grant of $25,000 in the Mildura Rural City Shire area under the Natural Disaster Recovery Assistance Victoria Scheme. The grant can be used to fund the cost of clean-up and recovery relating to the recent storm event.  For more information please visit the Rural Finance website www.ruralfinance.com.au or contact: 1800 260 425.  Click here: Criteria information

LMW is calling for agricultural developers to register their intent to expand or develop in the region from Monday 9th January 2017. The process will assist LMW to identify the area of most interest to the private sector and the land areas involved in this development. RoI submissions close on Friday 20th January, with additional information available via our website or by contacting the office. The SMP2 business case will be submitted in March for assessment by the Commonwealth Government as part of the National Water Infrastructure Development Fund - Capital Component. For more information click here.

Work is currently underway on the business case to access funding available from the Commonwealth Government under the National Water Infrastructure Development Fund - Capital Component (NWIDF).  Funding of projects under the NWIDF is on a 50:50 basis, with infrastructure development costs shared between agricultural investors and government.  "New agriculture developments are going ahead with or without us and we think there's a fantastic opportunity to have them adjoin our existing districts - for Sunraysia's economic benefit and to lower costs for our existing irrigators." We are engaging with our customers on the business case during December and January and will continue to do so in the new year. To read more on this please click the link.
Latest Flood Update  | 5/12/2016
Flood waters have now peaked at 36.6 metres AHD or above sea level. Click here to view latest video update.
Town drinking water remains safe to drink and as flood waters start to recede river water clarity will improve.
River levels have peaked and will take several weeks to recede.
Blackwater is a naturally occurring process in the river and is contributing the release of carbon compounds including tannins which cause the discolouration in the water.
Our Water Quality team is continuing to monitor and fine tune the treatment processes at our water treatment plants so as to improve the taste and clarity challenges coming from the black water. This is to ensure our customers continue to receive safe and clear drinking water.
Many areas within the Mildura region are experiencing some discolouration of their urban water supply due to the blackwater being experienced in the river. This discolouration can appear like a yellow or brown tinge in the water supply. The water is still safe and is being treated to meet the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines. We are making some changes in the treatment process to look to achieve a better water clarity. This may take a short amount of time to get through the entire water network.We apologise for any inconveniance caused to customers.
Please see this link to the Murray Darling Basin Authority's website on "Blackwater" and how it occurs in river systems.
See the attached 'Mildura Floods and Blackwater' newsletter which has been released by the regional Emergency Services Partners.
Customers are advised that due to the flood waters coming into the Sunraysia region you may see a change in water quality. See media release for more information.
Lower Murray Water has now finished with disposing of treated water into the River Murray. As the storage at the Mildura Wastewater Treatment Plant site now has been lowered to a suitable level then normal treatement operations will recommence.
Murray Darling Basin Authority has announced that the Mildura Weir will be removed commencing the 26th September due to the high flows of water in the river. See their media release for further information.
Water Allocations have today increased. Murray High reliability is now at 83% and Goulburn High reliability 73%. See www.nvrm.net.au for latest information. Next announcement is on Oct 3.
The Wentworth Weir pool is being lowered to assist in the water quality of the lower Darling River. Please see the following media release by the Murray Darling Basin Authority
Water allocations have today increased. Murray high security is now 61% and Goulburn is 57%. See www.nvrm.net.au for latest news. Next announcement 15 September 2016  
Be part of the fun when 1500 red rubber ducks are set to swim into history, as they race down the irrigation channel at Red Cliffs on Saturday 13 August 2016.
Red Cliffs Little Red Duck Race will see 1500 red rubber ducks sold to members of the public, with proceeds going to help local Red Cliffs community causes. 
The first 700 ducks will hold special meaning as they will relate directly to the block number of the first soldier settlers for the area. 
The Red Cliffs event is planned as a family day and will be held at 1pm, with the duck race, food, entertainment and barbecue all part of the day’s attractions.
Prizes for First, Second and Third Place ducks in the race. 
Red Cliffs and District Historical Society is driving the event, in partnership with Lower Murray Water. 
Further information and how you can purchase your Little Red Duck is available here. 
 
Entries are now open for the 2016 Rural Water Awards, designed to recognise and reward Victorian rural water licence holders who are doing great things with water. The awards aim to recognise licence holders who have used new or innovative water technology, introduced projects to bring about water savings, or increased their productivity through changed water practices. To view full press release click here. Further information on the awards is available here.

The Resource Manager for northern Victoria today announced the first 2016/17 seasonal determination, an updated outlook, and the first risk of spill assessments for the new water year.

The Murray system starts 2016/17 with a seasonal determination of one per cent of high-reliability water shares (HRWS) and the Goulburn system starts with eight per cent HRWS.

See www.nvrm.net.au for more information

The Blue Green Algae Red Alert from Merbein to Lock 9 has now been lifted. All areas of the Murray River have now been declared clear and will return to normal operation with no restrictions imposed on recreational use. For more information visit our BGA update page.
Our Managing Director, Phil Endley, has today advised there will be minimal tariff increases for our rural and urban customers in the 2016/17 season. "We can today announce that the Board of Lower Murray Water has approved a tariff increase of 1.81%, on average, for rural customers. This is much lower than our scheduled price increase approved by the Essential Services Commission and set out in our Water Plan (2013-2018).
We have identified a number of cost saving initiatives which have been passed onto customers. 
For our urban customers there will be a minor increase, with tariffs rising less than 1% for the average user. This is due to higher than expected income in the past season from urban water use which has allowed us to keep tariffs low in this coming season." Full details are available here.
Resource Manager for northern Victoria Mark Bailey today released an updated outlook for 2016/17 which found more inflows were needed to improve seasonal determinations. He urged entitlement holders to closely monitor the outlook and weather conditions when planning their water needs for the next season. To see the full outlook click here.
Department of Health and Human Services offer a utility grant of up to $500 to customers who hold a Pension card, Health Care card or Veterans' Affairs Gold card to cover costs associated with water carting. For further information visit the link below.
http://www.dhs.vic.gov.au/for-individuals/financial-support/concessions/hardship/utility-relief-and-non-mains-utility-grant-scheme
The LMW Winter Irrigation Pumping Guide is now available for customers. The pumping guide applies to the period commencing May and runs through until August 2016. To view the schedule click here.
The  Blue-green algae red alert notice for the Murray River has been extended to Lock 9 weir pool. The red alert notice remains in place from Red Cliffs through Merbein.
The Sunraysia Regional Algal Coordinating Committee has issued a red alert warning for blue-green algae in the Murray River from Red Cliffs to Merbein. For more information click the link.
Customers in the Red Cliffs District are advised to isolate household tank supplies and to not top up tanks. Blue green algae has been detected within the Red Cliffs District. Further update to be provided on Thursday 7th April. Visit our Blue Green Algae page on our website for further info.
Merbein and Mildura Irrigation District Customers - Blue-green algae has been detected within the river system in your area. Please isolate household tank supplies. Further testing will be carried out Wednesday, customers will be provided with an update on Wednesday 6th April 2016. Town drinking water is safe for consumption.  For further information about Blue-green algae visit our information page.  
Blue-green algae has been detected in the Merbein Irrigation District today. Merbein district customers are advised to isolate household tank supplies. Further updates will be provided after additional sampling tomorrow, Friday 1st April. For further information visit our Blue-green Algae page. Urban drinking water is safe for consumption.
If you are an LMW rural or D&S customer and would like to receive information via sms about issues such as Blue-green algae, water supply issues etc please provide us with your mobile no. address and outlet no. Call our office on 03 50513 400.
Blue-Green Algae Update | 30/03/2016
Fluctuating Blue Green Algae levels in Mildura Irrigation District have been recorded today. Customers are advised to isolate household tanks. LMW will update after sampling on Thursday 31/03/16
LMW customer car park will be closed to traffic on Thursday 31st March. Refurbishment works are being carried out after the installation of pipeline under the driveway. Alternate parking will be available next to the office with access via Fourteenth Street. LMW apologises for any inconvenience.
LMW Rural customers may be advised to isolate stock and domestic tanks over coming days due to Blue-green algae. Further updates to be provided Tuesday 29 March.  For information about Blue-green algae click the link.
www.emergency.vic.gov.au/bluegreenalgae
Please visit the link to view the latest information on the current blue-green algae locations within the Murray River.
As at 4pm today there is a substantial Blue Green Algae bloom in the River Murray which stretches from the Hume Dam through to Barham. The Sunraysia region doesn't currently have the blue green algae levels that are being experienced upstream. Treated water supplied across Lower Murray Water remains unaffected and is suitable for potable use. For the full Precautionary Advice click here. For further information on Blue Green Algae and the alert status updates click here. 
Current information on Blue Green Algae. Fact sheet for updated information. View the fact sheet
Updated - All treated water drinking supplies in LMWs region are safe to drink and wash in. The blue green algae outbreak in the river system is currently upstream of Swan Hill and is not affecting our urban supply. Further information can be found at http://www.g-mwater.com.au/bluegreenalgae-alert/
The Murray River is currently experiencing high levels of blue green algae from the Hume Dam to Barham. For further information please click the link.
LMW today hosted Engineers Australia President Mr Chris Stoltz to meet and share knowledge with Sunraysia Engineering community. Mr Stoltz also visited several significant project sites while in Sunraysia. For further information click the link.
Local horticulturalist and Chair of the LMW Strategic Advisory Committee, Warren Lloyd is urging fellow producers to plan now for the coming irrigation season and to start thinking about next season's water requirements. For more information click the link.
Due to exceptionally high pan evaporation and extremely low rainfall experienced across the Mallee during the period April 2015 to February 2016 Lower Murray Water has declared a temporary increase of 30% on Annual Use Limits, valid for the remainder of the 2015/2016 Irrigation season. For further information click here.
The third stage has just commenced for the installation of the trunk main along Fourteenth Street between San Mateo Ave and Etiwanda Ave in Mildura. The project will satisfy future water demand for residents in southern and south eastern areas of Mildura and Irymple. For further information click the link.
Most Victorian householders saw their water bills decrease by an average of $83 in the last financial year. With Lower Murray Water one of the lowest bills across the State ($921 p/annum). For more information click the link
LMW has just announced a new program to assist prep students commencing school in 2016 to stay hydrated.  Each prep will be receiving a lunch cooler bag and drink bottle. For more information click the link

The Sunraysia Modernisation Project has been award the prestigious AWA Project Innovation Award recently held in Melbourne. Click link for further details

The release of water security outlooks by Victoria’s water corporations shows a number of towns facing the possibility of water restrictions over summer if dry conditions continue. Click to link for more information

Sunday 18th - Saturday 24th October was National Water Week. LMW was very happy with the response from the community with both the Poster Competition and activities at this year's Mildura Show. For more information about the events and poster entries visit the link.

The Sunraysia Modernisation Project is now entering an important phase. Commissioning is now occurring around the districts. For more information click the link.
Minister for Environment, Climate Change and Water, Lisa Neville today announced the new make-up of Victoria’s water corporation boards. Click the link to view the media release: http://bit.ly/1FyHjeR
See the new listing of LMW Board members: http://bit.ly/1WuI6Si
LMW has launched a new awareness campaign to get customers to think about what they are putting down their household drains and toilets which block our sewerage systems.  LMW removed more than 2 shipping containers worth of waste from the wastewater treatment plants each year. Wipes are a huge problem and can block household pipes and clog our pumps. Each year we attend 85 blockages related to items blocking sewerage systems and pipes. For more information click the link.
The Living Victoria Water Rebate Program has now concluded effective 30th June 2015. Residential and Small Business customers can still claim a rebate up until the 30th September for products purchased prior to 30th June 2015.
Sunraysia Modernisation Project has a new Project Director, Mr Frank Fisseler as of the end of June. For more information click the link.
The rural water irrigation services benchmarking report is now available for download from Marsden Jacob's website. See the attached media release for more information
Click the link to see all the Rural districts tariff explanation sheets
http://www.lmw.vic.gov.au/Customer-Centre/Your-Account/Rural-Tariff-Explanation-Sheets.aspx 
The Living Victoria Water Rebate Program is coming to an end in June. Get in now to claim your Small business and Residential rebate on water efficient products. Visit the link for more information.
Please see the attached media release on the announcement of Rural and Urban water prices for next season, update on Benchmarking and changes to the Strategic Advisory Committee Terms of Reference.  Watch the clip about the announcement https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNsJnFqOIG0 
The Red Cliffs Pump station will hold a rare opening on Thursday 4th June from 2pm - 4pm to give the public the opportunity to view the significant upgrades that have occurred recently. All are welcome anytime in the two hour opening. Access via Woomera Ave, Red Cliffs. For more information click here
The SMP has been able to enhance the Red Cliffs district design to increase the area serviced with year round supply. 91.5% of the Red Cliffs district will now be incorporated into the SMP works. For further information click the link.
The installation of meters and telemetry is progressing ahead of schedule as part of the SMP works. The Milestone has been met ahead of time with approx. 2000 irrigation meters and 2400 Domestic and Stock meters now installed.  For more information click here
Customers please see an explanation sheet on the Carbon Tax refund that has been applied to your accounts in this quarter.
The Minister for Environment, Climate Change and Water is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced people for board director positions for Victoria's 19 Water Corporations from 1 October 2015
Works are getting underway that will optimise the operational efficiency of channels in the Sunraysia Irrigation Districts as part of the Sunraysia Modernisation Project. For more information click here.
Get in fast while stocks last. Our highly successful Trigger Nozzle Giveaway is almost over! Come and see us before 1st April with your water bill to receive your free trigger nozzle.
The second stage of automation upgrades are about to commence for our Mildura customers. Red Cliffs works have now been completed and works at the Mildura Water Treatment Plant are about to get underway. The automation works enable the plant to operate more efficiently as well as be remotely run by operators. For more information about the works click here.
Over 600 LMW customers have visited our offices to receive their free trigger nozzle over the past month. The response has been excellent with stocks now running low. For more information click the link.
Works are almost completed for phase one and two of the Trunk Main installation on Fourteenth Street, Irymple. The works involve installing pipe from Irymple Ave through to Sandilong Ave and linking into existing infrastructure.  The development will secure water needs for customers for the next 20 years. For more information click the link
Cleaning and relining of the sewer manhole shafts is underway at the corner of Seventh Street and Deakin Ave for the next week. Traffic management is in place during daylight hours. Contractors are working up to 11 meters underground with the sewer depths some of the deepest in the district along Seventh Street.
Contractors have now been appointed for all aspects of the $120 million dollar Sunraysia Modernisation Project. Works being undertaken include 17 kilometres of pipeline, decommissioning of channels, upgrading pump stations, new meter installations and channel automation works. For more information click the link
Customers can now come into our office and receive a free trigger nozzle with presentation of a current water account. Receive a new water efficient showerhead when you exchange your old one. More info click here
The $120 million Sunraysia Modernisation Project has entered construction phase with the first trench being dug by Federal Environment Minister Greg Hunt yesterday. Construction sites are now in full swing at Red Cliffs and Merbein with pipe installations occurring. For more information click on the link.
Don't miss out on your chance to see the Great Merbein Channel Duck Race Saturday 17th January at 10am. Get your ticket now for a chance to win great prizes. First prize proudly donated by Fishers IGA $1000 vouchers. Every ticket holder receives their duck as a memento of the race.
Lower Murray Water is very pleased to announce two local winners at the Rural Water Awards held in Melbourne on Friday 5th December. Irymple South Primary School won the Community & Education Category and Calum Peace from Garacama Pty Ltd took out the Surface Water State Category. Click on the link for further information
Please see the attached information on the LMW Urban Bulk Entitlement Water Trading Strategy for the current year.
LMW will undertake a comprehensive benchmarking study to examine comparable cost structures, prices and service levels for the rural irrigation business, Minister for Water Peter Walsh announced today. For further information click on the link.
Communities along the River Murray between Echuca and Sunraysia are reminded to consider adjusting their activities as river levels start to vary this week until December 2014. For further information visit the MDBA River operations weekly report.
LMW has announced this years Rural Water Award winners.  Regional winners receive $500 cash and promotion of their innovative idea via our website and newsletters. Winners also go into the running for the State Awards held in Melbourne in December. For more information view the Media Release
LMW has just announced another 400 new water efficient showerhead are now available for exchange with old inefficient showerheads. Click the link for more information.
LMW Rural Water Awards nominations are closing on 31st August 2014. The awards recognise and reward Victoria Rural Water users who are demonstrating new and innovative methods, use of technology, water volume savings or increased productivity and return on investment. Click on the Media Release for more information.
GOLD JV, a Joint Venture between Guidera O’Connor Pty Ltd and Leed Engineering and Construction Pty Ltd has been appointed to undertake major components of the $120 million Sunraysia Modernisation Project (SMP), the biggest irrigation upgrade in the history of the Sunraysia district.  See media release for full details.
Lower Murray Water Chair John Tesoriero today announced the appointment of the organisation’s new Managing Director, Mr Phil Endley.  See media release for further details.
Nominations opened on 1st July 2014 for the Rural Water Awards.  The awards seek to recognise and reward rural water users demonstrating new and innovative methods or use of technology, water volume savings or increased productivity and return on investment. For more information click here to visit the Awards page or to view the media release click here
Due to the delay in the works to occur at the Mildura Weir the winter pumping schedule has been updated.  Click here for updated schedule.
Lower Murray Water today announced the contractor has been appointed for the Sunraysia Modernisation Project to complete the upgrading and standardising of water meters on properties in Mildura, Merbein and Red Cliffs.  See media release for full details.
For information on the metering process of the Sunraysia Modernisation Project please see the latest SMP newsletter
Please see the attached Winter Irrigation Pumping Guide for our rural customers. The guide provides information on when the irrigation system will be off for maintenance activities throughout the season. Stock and Domestic customers please keep an eye on your tank levels to ensure you dont run short throughout the Winter period.
SMP Industry Briefing | 9/04/2014
Yesterday's Industry Briefing on the Sunraysia Modernisation Project was well attended.  To view the information that was presented click here.
Rural newsletter issued today includes information on carryover and changes to trading rules.
Lower Murray Water Chair Mr John Tesoriero today announced the impending retirement of its long serving Managing Director Ron Leamon. Media release
The Federal Government has today signed an agreement with Victoria which will see $103 million of federal funding made available for irrigation infrastructure upgrades in the Sunraysia region.  Sunraysia Modernisation Plan
“Very Satisfied” was the statement made by LMW Managing Director, Ron Leamon, about the Energy and Water ombudsman complaint results for the regional Water Corporation.  See Media Release for details.
Lower Murray Water has today issued a letter to all private diverters and district irrigators regarding water allocations & the chance of spill.  Click here to view letter. 
2013 - 2014 Tariffs  | 9/07/2013
The 2013 - 2014 urban and rural tariffs can now be viewed on the website.  Rural tariff explanation sheets also available.
Media release: Lower Murray Water Board Chair, Leonie Burrows has today announced the results of the election for the 8 positions on the new Strategic Advisory Committee (SAC).
Please see the revised Winter Irrigation Schedule for all irrigation districts. We have changed our schedule now to keep the channels topped up and to also have irrigation water available on all weekends in May. Please see revised schedule
Managing Director, Ron Leamon, has today advised that there has been a major increase in water usage in the urban areas serviced by Lower Murray Water.
 
“Compared to the same period last year within our Urban region there has been an increase of 2,539,670 kilolitres in water used by customers.”
Lower Murray Water Acting Chair Kay Martin today announced that significant progress has been achieved toward implementing new arrangements for irrigation customer representation in Sunraysia. See Media Release 
The Resource Manager for northern Victorian regulated water systems today announced that water held in spillable water accounts (SWAs) in the Murray system is now available for use or trade following the declaration of a low risk of spill. See Media Release
The Board today announced that we are seeking a higher level of strategic input from our irrigation customers. We will be commencing discussions with the irrigation community about the possibility of creating a new, single democratically elected committee who will have a role in providing direct input into the irrigation systems, pricing and service delivery for all of the Sunraysia pumped districts. See Media Release
Chair of Lower Murray Water (LMW), Leonie Burrows today advised of the release of the LMW Annual Report for 2011/12Media Release.
LMW in conjunction with BPAY have now drawn two winners in the first of two draws for the $1000 cash. Customers who register for BPAY View and nominate to receive their water bill electronically automatically go into the draw for $1000 cash. For more information about how to enter visit our BPAY View webpage.
Thurla Farms receives State recognition for innovation in water use. The Rural Water Innovation Awards held in Melbourne saw Thurla Farms take out the award for 'Outstanding Excellence in Innovation".
Drafts for Urban and Rural Businesses now available for comment
Irrigation Districts Winter Pumping Guide for 2012 available
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