Despite recent rain, Australian town grapples with water restrictions
Other parts of eastern Australia have felt relief as torrential rain in the past few weeks doused wildfires and filled reservoirs. But the tiny township of Murrurundi, one of the driest places in the country, can't seem to catch a break. The struggling farming community of less than 900 people has seen rain falling in surrounding hills. But the three weeks of drizzle it has received is barely enough for desperate families, like Sally Roser's, to get by.