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NSW drought, rain: Bathurst, Dubbo and Orange councils talk day zero

Danielle Cetinski
Updated March 26 2020 - 12:22pm, first published March 1 2020 - 10:30am
DRY TIMES: Day zero and what Bathurst, Dubbo and Orange councils are doing about the drought. Photo: FILE
DRY TIMES: Day zero and what Bathurst, Dubbo and Orange councils are doing about the drought. Photo: FILE

What is day zero? What will it mean for residents in Bathurst, Dubbo and Orange? We asked the councils and water experts what all the talk really means.

AS councils stare down the possibility of empty dams, the clock is ticking to put measures into place to shore up water supplies.

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Danielle Cetinski

Danielle Cetinski

Central Western Daily senior journalist

Danielle started at the Kiama Independent in 2010 before moving to the Central Western Daily in 2014. She covers council, court, politics, general news and business, and elections are her favourite time of the year. Got a tip? Email danielle.cetinski@centralwesterndaily.com.au

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