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MYALL RIVER DREDGING A WIN-WIN

Erosion is the enemy of many coastal communities, but authorities have come up with a novel remedy near Tea Gardens.

Excess sand from efforts to deepen part of the Myall River will be used at an erosion hotspot – a move welcomed by residents and boat users alike.

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About Sam Burbury

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Sam Burbury completed his Bachelor of Journalism at Bond University on the Gold Coast, before joining NBN's Lismore newsroom as a reporter in November 2015.

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