Coronial inquiry hears regulator had been critical of Essential Energy bushfire risk management

Alasdair McDonald
By Alasdair McDonald
Updated August 12 2020 - 1:25am, first published August 10 2020 - 5:00am
The bushfire caused $63.5million worth of damage, destroying 56 homes in and around Tathra in 2018. Photo: @cbowles14Pretty

Day five of the March 2018 Reedy Swamp/Tathra bushfire coronial inquiry focused on state-owned company Essential Energy's alleged failure to properly manage bushfire risks around the time of the fire.

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