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Let’s Talk – Jack Latimore

13 March 2019

On let’s Talk this morning Boe spoke with Biripai men and Goori journalist Jack Latimore who is the senior digital editor for online news at NITV & columnist for the Guardian. On the program we talk about Jacks latest article for NITV titled “ Once Were Waterways” he recently visited some of the communities in Far West NSW that have been experiencing for some decades now the threat of having no clean water to drink, no rivers to swim or fish in and most of all the continued connection that local mob have with the lower Murray Darling Basin.

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Let’s Talk – Jack Latimore

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13 March 2019

On let’s Talk this morning Boe spoke with Biripai men and Goori journalist Jack Latimore who is the senior digital editor for online news at NITV & columnist for the Guardian. On the program we talk about Jacks latest article for NITV titled “ Once Were Waterways” he recently visited some of the communities in Far West NSW that have been experiencing for some decades now the threat of having no clean water to drink, no rivers to swim or fish in and most of all the continued connection that local mob have with the lower Murray Darling Basin.

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Let’s Talk – Jack Latimore

On let’s Talk this morning Boe spoke with Biripai men and Goori journalist Jack Latimore who is the senior digital editor for online news at NITV & columnist for the Guardian. On the program we talk about Jacks latest article for NITV titled “ Once Were Waterways” he recently visited some of the communities in Far West NSW that have been experiencing for some decades now the threat of having no clean water to drink, no rivers to swim or fish in and most of all the continued connection that local mob have with the lower Murray Darling Basin.

Play