Stories Another Surplus Water Event for MIA irrigators - Customers of MI have recently had the benefit of another river Surplus Water Event which occurred last weekend. Although the water was only available for a limited time, we put our integrated MI network to good use allowing us to maximise water available for customers across the MIA. Automation rollout continues - Taking advantage of the cooler months, MI has commenced a program of automation, repairs and scheduled maintenance to irrigation infrastructure across the region. Calls for action on SDLAM projects - Coleambally Irrigation Co-operative Limited, Murray Irrigation Limited, and Murrumbidgee Irrigation Limited have come together to push for action on the implementation of the approved NSW SDLAM projects. Choose a safe place to beat the heat - As summer approaches rural communities in the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area are being reminded to choose a safe place to beat the heat, and not to take the risk of swimming in irrigation channels. Interim Inspector-General shown importance of water to MIA - MI hosted the Interim Inspector-General of Water Compliance, Troy Grant, earlier this week, as part of his tour of the MIA. Lake Talbot works provide broader benefits to community - Works are being carried out at Lake Talbot Narrandera by the Murrumbidgee Irrigation team. Lake View Branch Canal expansion project nears finish line - Our LVBC expansion project is nearing completion, after some recent delays due to welcome rain. MI & GCC working together for the community - Murrumbidgee Irrigation were pleased to be able to assist Griffith City Council in cleaning out the raw water dam at the top of Scenic Hill. MI action through COVID-19 pandemic - MI has not been immune and the rapidly evolving situation has required us to adapt to keep our people, customers and community safe, whilst never missing a beat in delivering water. MI embraces change - Around 40 Murrumbidgee Irrigation shareholders attended MI’s twenty second Annual General Meeting at the Bagtown in Griffith Operations update - CEO Brett Jones has issued an operations update regarding the great start to the new irrigation season. Photograph competition launched - It is time to take out your camera and start snapping as Murrumbidgee Irrigation launches “What Water means to the MIA”. Positive start to the season - It has been a positive start to the new irrigation season with General Security Allocation already at 46% and a series of Surplus Water Events delivering irrigators over 35,000 ML across the network. Roaches Reservoir to benefit irrigators and community - MI are hopeful of commencing works on a Yanco enroute reservoir in June this year. Winter sees MI works in full swing - Taking advantage of the cooler months, MI has recently commenced a program of expansion, repairs and scheduled maintenance to irrigation infrastructure across the region.