MYALL RIVER HEALTH

The health of the Myall River is going from bad to worse – with fungal diseases, fish kills and low salinity levels affecting oysters.

A committee from the Great Lakes and Port Stephens Councils believe dredging the river mouth will help flush out the waterway.

But first they need funding from the state or federal government.

Previous articleNEWCASTLE BOXER READY FOR TITLE BOUT
Next articleMINMI EXPANSION
avatar
Jane Goldsmith is a journalist, newsreader and producer based in Newcastle and began working with NBN Television in 2001. Originally from Port Macquarie, Jane has worked in television news and radio for 14 years and studied at the University of Newcastle.