Questions over government delay in releasing water register

January 16, 2019

Conservative Party South Australia Senate candidate Rikki Lambert is questioning the Federal Government's delay in releasing a foreign water register, as concerns grow about rapidly growing Chinese ownership of our vital farming land and water resources.

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The Government promised to have a register compiled by the end of 2018, with the aim of increasing transparency around water entitlements. The register has not been released and a federal election is fast approaching.

Mr Lambert has told ABC Radio in the Riverland of SA that he is concerned about the size of the ownership of a particular company owned by the Chinese Communist Party that controls hundreds of gigalitres of Murray-Darling Basin water at controversial Cubbie Station in northern NSW. 

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