IF battle lines have been drawn in the State Election, South Australian councils seem firmly opposed to the SA Liberals.
WHO would be a Riverland wine-grape grower? Only someone with a genuine passion for the industry and a truckload of persistence.
IT would be nice to think that for every Bernard Tomic, Australian sport has a story like the opening of the Berri sports stadium.
COMPARED to non-election periods, the Riverland has seen a veritable cavalcade of politicians of late.
THE Riverland hit 46.5C on Saturday, which is hot for us, but not a record, as today’s Murray Pioneer points out.
BY now most Murray Pioneer readers will surely have witnessed some terrible driving over the past fortnight, either in the Riverland, or elsewhere on their festive-season travels.
THE Riverland’s 2017 was littered with the usual mix of good and bad news, although the latter category was filled with some particularly horrific and startling incidents.
RESULTS of a nation-wide survey of metropolitan newspaper editors released yesterday made for interesting reading.