Almost 600 adults and kids converged on the Chaffey Theatre to see international children's 'supergroup’ The Wiggles on the weekend.
The group, which boasts three new members Lachy (purple), Simon (red) and Emma (yellow), performed crowd favourites Fruit Salad and Big Red Car, along with new songs such as Emma (with the Bow in Her Hair) during two 60-minute shows.
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Riverland political aspirant Nicola Centofanti was part of a Liberal Party launch for its 2014 state election candidates on the weekend.
The SA Nationals stirred the Barker election pot yesterday, announcing their new candidate and declaring that local voters are moving away from the Liberal Party.
Several Renmark businesses and homes that have flooded during heavy rain events will avoid future damage thanks to stormwater infrastructure upgrades being conducted by local council.
Motorhomes and caravans can soon stay 48 hours longer at a Lyrup park as part of an initiative to attract more visitors to the town.
Being from an Italian background, I get asked a lot about that scene in the movie Looking for Alibrandi.
Locals are expecting South Australia to be the first to sign up to the Murray-Darling Basin Plan, according to Liberal Member for Chaffey Tim Whetstone.
A new racing venue for the Riverland could bring a range of motorsports, major events and interstate competitors and spectators to the region.
The mayor of the southernmost council of South Australia is the newest Federal Election candidate for the seat of Barker.
Almost 3500kg of fruit was seized from a truck attempting travel back into the Riverland last week, Biosecurity SA has confirmed.
Riverland schools could have a greater focus on individual student growth - and access to more funding – after the State Government signed onto the Gonski reform last week.