THE Riverland will soon boast one expanded newspaper to service the entire region, in a major boost for local readers and advertisers.
RIVERLANDERS still had the opportunity to donate blood recently despite coronavirus concerns, when Red Cross Lifeblood visited Berri and Renmark.
A LOCAL high school has confirmed one of its bus drivers has tested positive to COVID-19. Glossop High School released a statement addressed to parents and caregivers on Friday morning informing them that a school bus driver has tested positive to the disease. In the statement, which was also released on the school’s Facebook page, […]
TEN years ago, Tim Whetstone was a fed-up farmer desperate to make a difference. Fast forward to 2020 and Mr Whetstone has spent a decade representing the Riverland as the Member for Chaffey and the past two years as a State Government minister. And he says it has flown by. “It’s gone really quick,” Mr […]
LOCAL wineries have been advised the coronavirus outbreak is likely to “destabilise” vital export markets for Riverland wine in the coming 12 months.
A NEW crop of medical students, nursing students and registrars was welcomed to the Riverland at a Flinders University rural health commencement earlier this month.
AN annual charity event raising awareness of the importance of mental health and wellbeing will come to the Riverland next week.
RIVERLAND households and businesses may save on council rates following an inquiry into local government structures.