Outback river flows after seven years dry

By Darren Cartwright
Updated April 8 2018 - 5:17am, first published 5:11am
The Diamantina River, which runs through the Channel Country, has been topped up by flooding rains.

A major outback river has broken its banks for the first time in seven years and brought relief to farmers in the drought-stricken southwestern corner of Queensland.



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