LIFE remains at a standstill. Many businesses remain closed, and social distancing is in place. But every day South Australia records no new COVID-19 cases, we are one step closer to life going back to normal. Today’s page two story details the Renmark Rose Festival committee’s plan to still hold the long-running festival, but in […]
Australian recovery for Australia WE have been impressed with the Federal and States governments’ prompt financial support packages especially for those people who are already in the Centrelink system. For those who are not in that system to have to suddenly apply for welfare is bewildering, and navigating and surviving on welfare, is nerve wrecking. […]
MORE than $60,000 has been spent on Loxton Waikerie Council technology and office upgrades over the past six months, with one project passing its expected budget.
TODAY marks the first edition of the new Murray Pioneer, which will cover the entire Riverland.
After last week’s closure of Taylor Group mastheads The Loxton News and The River News, the region will now have one comprehensive overview of the region.
A TWO per cent minimum opening allocation announcement appears to paint a bleak picture for South Australian River Murray irrigators.
THE Riverland will soon boast one expanded newspaper to service the entire region, in a major boost for local readers and advertisers.