Editorial & Letters
A 'suspicious' fire which engulfed an unoccupied Berri house on Saturday night has caused $150,000 in damage to the uninsured property.
A revamp of Renmark's town centre and upgrades to Waikerie’s sporting facilities have been made possible through federal funding announced on Friday.
A decommissioned service station in Berri could be prime real estate for luxury accommodation or a restaurant, according to the head of a peak tourism body.
Nearly 100 teams took to the courts across the region on the weekend for the annual Riverland Tennis Seniors Teams Carnival.
A Berri woman is calling for Berri Barmera Council to take action on its feral cat problem instead of passing the burden onto its ratepayers.
The Berri Club may soon reopen in the hands of its members, with creditors expected to accept a takeover bid next Thursday.
Indigenous Riverlanders are being encouraged to seek employment or business support before the region's indigenous economic development manager (IEDM) finishes her role next month.
Locals pushing for a community bank in Renmark have had to abandon their mission after nearly five years of campaigning.
Riverland soccer looks set for its most even A grade season in many years following the opening two rounds of competition.
A 31-year-old Berri veterinarian is set to become the Riverland's newest elected member of parliament.
4/Sep/12 It takes a special person to be a nurse (or a doctor, for that matter).
31/Aug/12 Simple geography dictates that country newspapers - indeed all media outlets – are closer to their consumers than their metropolitan counterparts.
29/Aug/12 Owners love their dogs and - like some parents with their children – often refuse to accept that their pets are ever at fault.
27/Aug/12 Media outlets, such as newspapers, get bombarded with feel-good campaigns virtually on a daily basis.
21/Aug/12 Social media's hold on modern society has reached such baffling heights that cyber-bullying can lead people to depression and suicide.
14/Aug/12 Ask anyone involved in any kind of service or retail business about what type of feedback they receive.
7/Aug/12 The 'Fight for the Murray' campaign, spectacularly illustrated in Renmark this week, is the State Government’s latest step in getting the best deal for South Australia under the Murray Darling Basin Plan, to paraphrase Premier Jay Weatherill’s words.
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