The federal government is developing local projects to help drought-affected regions in NSW and Queensland.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott says there is no easy answer to the drought problem, but insists he is working on a solution and the ‘best way forward’ with MPs whose electorates have been badly affected.
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‘I agreed that we would work on some local projects that would be important signs of faith by our country in these parts of Australia,’ he told Macquarie Radio on Thursday.
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