- Murray-Darling fish kill: authority shelved fish health strategy in 2013 The Guardian
- Menindee bracing for another mass fish kill as temperatures soar in NSW ABC News
- Calls for scrutiny of water management after mass fish deaths in NSW SBS News
- This fish kill is a tragedy – but it is no surprise The Guardian
- Minister warns of more fish deaths this week as temperatures rise in NSW west The Guardian
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Plan called for 50-year commitment to restoring native fish numbers, but was canned after NSW pulled funding
As temperatures soar to 45 degrees Celsius in far west NSW, the State Government is warning people to brace for more mass fish deaths and a lot of poor water quality situations.
The federal government is being urged to scrutinise the water management of Murray-Darling River as more mass fish deaths are predicted in the hot temperatures over coming days.
The devastating scene of thousands of dead fish in one of Australia’s most important river systems highlights a failure of governance and policy
Government announces $5m recovery package for Murray-Darling and calls crisis meeting after 1m fish die at Menindee