Arnhem community celebrate launch of water bottling business | ABC News

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A remote Arnhem community and its Sydney partners are celebrating the success of the first stage of an ambitious plan to establish a spring water bottling project. They have sent the first supplies of water from the spring on the edge of their community to the nearest town, 170 kilometres away. They’re hoping the business will provide local jobs and money for a permanent teacher.

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