Federal election, drought, online: the future for businesses in Western NSW

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Updated May 28 2019 - 11:03am, first published May 22 2019 - 5:00am
UNPREDICTABLE: Proprietor of The Gift Closet in Dubbo, Kristen Smith, reports of unpredictable patronage as the drought bites. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE
UNPREDICTABLE: Proprietor of The Gift Closet in Dubbo, Kristen Smith, reports of unpredictable patronage as the drought bites. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

We speak to business owners and representatives about how consumers, retailers and the government can work together to strengthen regional NSW.

WHILE consumers and businesses may not be able to make it rain, there are some things they can consider doing which could increase resilience and strengthen country communities contending with drought.

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