No way out of ‘perfect storm’ plight

Carolyn Millet
Updated June 21 2018 - 2:36pm, first published 2:30pm
BLEAK VIEW: Simon Kelleher, who runs mainly cattle, said he was glad he had 'other financial interests' as there was 'no relief available'. Photo: Gareth Gardner 200618GGC002
BLEAK VIEW: Simon Kelleher, who runs mainly cattle, said he was glad he had 'other financial interests' as there was 'no relief available'. Photo: Gareth Gardner 200618GGC002

THIS drought is unlike any other in at least half a century, one Tamworth area landholder has said.

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Carolyn Millet

Carolyn Millet

Senior journalist

Based at The Northern Daily Leader, Tamworth, and Namoi Valley Independent, Gunnedah. Covering general news and features on community, council, arts, business, health, education, entertainment and rural matters.

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