GOVERNMENT REVIEWS FUTURE OF TUGUN DESAL PLANT
June 5, 2012 at 5:00 pm
The Queensland Government has been forced to deny claims its considering shutting down the troubled Tugun desalination plant.
It comes less than a fortnight after NBN News revealed almost 2,000 bolts at the facility have corroded and need to be replaced.
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