Newcastle Herald: Council alleges this canal could potentially impact drinking water aquifer


Ian Kirkwood, Newcastle Herald (10/4/2018).

"The water supply of Tea Gardens and Hawks Nest could have been impacted by 16 kilometres of allegedly unauthorised drainage works dug around a 2400-hectare property owned by a wealthy Sydney developer, MidCoast Council and Port Stephens MP Kate Washington have alleged."

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