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can't make it rain. If we could make it rain, that would be the all and end all of the problem.>> My name's David Gray from Reuters and I've nearly completed an assignment in outback Australia at a place called Stonehenge. It's a story about the struggle of fantastic people, hardworking farmers who have not had any decent rain, sufficient rain, to feed their cattle and sheep for over seven years.
>> Being the manager of a pub, you gotta be a psychologist in everything, because your people come in, they sit down, they want somebody to talk to about their problems. It's taken a lot of people away because the jobs are falling off because nobody's got any money to pay for staff or anything like that.
They're just doing all the work themselves and it's just devastating the community.>> Wet weather creates work. In the last two years, it's been pretty sparse and we've lost of the workers because there's no work around, so the communities have really dwindled bad, and it's a struggle. It's putting a huge financial burden on everyone, but
] are resilient.
They'll keep going.