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Mouse plague: CWA president calls for ‘coordinated plan of attack’, overseen by government | The Northern Daily Leader

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Country Women’s Association (CWA) of NSW president Stephanie Stanhope has called for “a coordinated plan of attack”, overseen by the NSW government, to combat the mouse plague. She also said the government did not seem to be interested in the plight of people out west, despite the rodents “decimating” fodder stocks and crops and impacting people’s health. The leader of the rural women’s body with about 8000 members said support should flow to producers and country communities. The NSW Farmers and Barwon MP Roy Butler have also called for action previously. Ms Stanhope told the Daily Liberal on Wednesday the government did not “seem interested in…



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