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The Murrumbidgee Irrigator was a weekly newspaper published in Leeton, New South Wales, Australia from 1915 to 2001.
The Murrumbidgee Irrigator was first published on 23 April 1915 only a few years after the establishment of the town. Its circulation included Barellan, Brobenah, Darlington Point, Leeton, Mirrool, Whitton, Wilbriggie, and Yanco. It changed hands a number of times. John Joseph Sullivan owned the paper early in its history, while it was later acquired by Rupert Henderson, who was first general manager of John Fairfax & Sons and later managing director.See the full Wikipedia entry
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