At least NSW gives a dam about Queensland

QUEENSLAND towns at risk of running out of water within in months will be future-proofed by NSW taxpayers through a mega dam funded with the Morrison Government.

Under a plan that will be bitter sweet for communities in Stanthorpe and Warwick, the NSW and Commonwealth governments will rescue border towns by announcing a new multimillion-dollar, 100,000 megalitre dam on the Mole River at Tenterfield, south of Stanthorpe.

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