Riley’s second run

Travelling in two trucks from Warragul to deliver donated water to a drought ravaged town and district in south-west New South Wales were the initiator of the “Riley’s Run” project Riley McIntosh (second from right) and, from left, drivers Vin Harris and Wayne Henry, Gordon Parsons and Riley’s father Rod McIntosh.

Another mercy water delivery has been made through the efforts of Warragul youngster Riley McIntosh. Not yet a teenager, he’s just 12, Riley’s fund-raising by washing local trucks and an appeal via Facebook has given a second drought-stricken community desperately

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Riley offers relief

Riley McIntosh stands proud of his effort to deliver 37,500 litres of water to the community of White Cliffs.  Photograph courtesy of Gordy Parsons.

For all who have been helping the drought relief effort for farmers both locally and interstate, Warragul’s Riley McIntosh could very well be the youngest. The 14-year-old Warragul Regional College student has earnt several plaudits on social media following recent

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