WHEN two strangers from different worlds make desperate attempts at small talk in the hope of finding a compatible mate in life, the conversation is bound to get awkward.
I FEEL it’s time South Australia followed the example of other states and introduced a recreational fishing licence – in the hope it will improve my odds of catching a Murray cod.
PANIC rising, pots crashing and a baby crying, I am transported back to the kitchen of former foreign minister and high commissioner to Britain, Alexander Downer, just over four years ago.
RICHARD Dreyfuss, how vulnerable you must have felt when a female journalist put you in an uncomfortable position, when raising questions about sexual allegations that have been made against you by a former colleague.
IS it better to find work in a high-paying job you don’t love or to ‘follow your dreams’ in the hope of receiving at least an average wage?
A YEAR has passed since former Loxton local Kirsty Boden died as she rushed to help others during the terror attack that ultimately led to her being dubbed the ‘angel of London Bridge’.
TO the man who ripped into a young waitress at a local café on Sunday about the price of your muffin and latte, you should feel ashamed.
NATIONAL volunteer week is over and many Riverlanders have been acknowledged for their generous contributions to society, but to be honest, I feel that the concept of volunteering is suffering from an identity problem.