New regulator needed to police water laws

18 September 2017

A top water bureaucrat is being investigated for misconduct and a new independent water regulator should be formed in response to a report into a New South Wales water scandal.

Niall Blair, minister for regional water, launched an independent review after an ABC expose that alleged theft and corruption around the state’s water resources was widespread.

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