In centres like Griffith and Wagga Wagga, locals fear there may be something in the water

As a child, Tania Magoci spent every weekend at Lake Wyangan near Griffith, waterskiing, swimming and boating with her family.

She and her siblings would use the serpentine concrete outlet into the lake as a slippery slide. In summer, the slime from algal blooms exacerbated by the run-off from the nearby farms made it more fun to slide down the chicanes.

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