LOCALS and visitors have been invited to take a trip down memory lane and into other countries, cities and famous landmarks through a gallery’s latest art exhibition.
ROCK ‘n’ rollers and classic car enthusiasts from all over SA flocked to Waikerie last weekend for two days of twisting, rocking, and revving at one of the biggest events on the Riverland calendar.
WAIKERIE Rotarians have again extended a helping hand – this time to patients undergoing the COVID-19 jab.
A FREE suicide intervention course is being held in Waikerie this Friday to give participants the skills and knowledge to approach someone they suspect is having troubling thoughts.
BORN-and-raised Riverland woman Dora Schutz celebrated her 100th birthday at the Waikerie Hotel on Saturday with about 50 friends and family members, including some who travelled from as far as Queensland for the special occasion.
NEARLY 200 horses and riders from across SA flocked to Waikerie over the long weekend for three days of riding, jumping, fashions on the field, live entertainment and more.
A YOUNG Taylorville farmer says she hopes to take over her family’s long-standing farm one day – but as the recent recipient of two agricultural study scholarships, she plans to pursue her passions in ag science while challenging gender stereotypes in the field beforehand.
WHILE entries were thinner on the ground then previous years, many competitors got creative with their pumpkins for the bragging rights to this year’s pumpkin competition.