Victoria's decision to cutback on the size of its Border bubble has left Riverina council wondering how it can proceed with $6 million project

Anthony Bunn
Updated September 3 2021 - 8:09am, first published 4:00am
Happier times: Edward River mayor Norm Brennan, project manager John Webb and the contractor Frank Moretto inside the theatre area earlier this year. Picture: EDWARD RIVER COUNCIL
Happier times: Edward River mayor Norm Brennan, project manager John Webb and the contractor Frank Moretto inside the theatre area earlier this year. Picture: EDWARD RIVER COUNCIL

A $6 million revamp of Deniliquin's historic town hall and surrounding buildings is set to be delayed due to Edward River Council being cut from the border bubble.

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Anthony Bunn

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