Premier Dominic Perrottet speaks with farmers and residents during visit to flood-hit Menindee

Elizabeth Frias
Updated January 9 2023 - 4:42pm, first published 2:00pm
NSW premier Dominic Perrottet and Emergency Services minister Steph Cooke (centre) pictured with Menindee residents (from right) Cindy Bates, Michelle kelly, Barb Quayle and Harry Kirby. Picture Supplied
NSW premier Dominic Perrottet and Emergency Services minister Steph Cooke (centre) pictured with Menindee residents (from right) Cindy Bates, Michelle kelly, Barb Quayle and Harry Kirby. Picture Supplied

Sheep and goat farmer Wayne Smith was a toddler when the Darling River at Menindee flooded the family's Karoola Station in 1976.

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Elizabeth Frias

Elizabeth Frias

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I began my news reporting days in western and inner west Sydney before joining the Daily Liberal's Dubbo NSW newsroom. Telling all sorts of stories about people, places and events is my daily preoccupation so email me at elizabeth.frias@austcommunitymedia.com.au and I'll be in touch!

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