IT was a bunch of fun, but Friday marked the end of an era for an iconic Riverland business.
A 30-year dream for a local community was officially celebrated at the opening of Berri’s new $7 million sports stadium at Glassey Park on the weekend.
A LIBERAL promise to increase Riverland General Hospital’s chemotherapy services would see more cancer patients treated in the region, addressing claims local ‘chemo chairs’ are under-utilised.
THE Barmera Netball Club no longer has to consider moving home games, after receiving a $438,000 grant to upgrade its unsafe courts.
ADAM Price and Trevor Telling added their names to the prestigious Red Bull Dinghy Derby list of champions after holding off reigning back-to-back winners Matt Thur and Shane Palat on Sunday.
ATHLETE by day, DJ by night, Barmera man Michael White (commonly known as Whitey or White D) will compete in the world’s top obstacle racing championship in London this October.
LOCALS have the opportunity to be part of a public health project in Berri, starting this week.
ONE of Australia’s largest social clubs is expected to bring up to $8 million into the Riverland when 2500 of its members meet in the Riverland later this year.
LOXTON Waikerie Council CEO Peter Ackland resigned this week after 14 years of service.