MMG donates $250,000 towards flood recovery
“Our region is still dealing with the consequences of the extreme weather events of the past week and a half,” Dugald River general manager Sam Rodda said.
“Like the rest of Australia, we have watched the impact this has had on the people of North Queensland and we want to show our support.
“Our thoughts are with all the families affected by these events. That is why MMG is committed to working in cooperation with the Townsville and Cloncurry City Councils and Queensland Government to make sure that these funds go to the most appropriate disaster relief organisations in our local community.”
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