THE first of Waikerie’s street art murals is complete, with the bright and beautiful angel wings ready for interactive photos and poses.
WAIKERIE’S animal park upgrades are fully under way, with the water feature installed and ready for landscaping as volunteers and co-ordinators work hard to beautify the area for visitors.
RIVERLAND West residents are being encouraged to take part in a citizen science project which aims to discover more about and enhance the livelihood of a native possum species.
A WAIKERIE group has upgraded its tools and safety equipment thanks to a recent grant funding initiative for volunteer groups.
LANDSCAPING works have begun on a notorious intersection at Holder – instead of the slip lanes locals rallied for at the end of last year.
AIRFIELDS at Waikerie and Loxton will undergo $260,000 of repair and upgrade works to provide safe and all-weather access for recreational users and Royal Flying Doctor Services.
A RIVERLAND West bowls club will rest easy soon with its greens protected from wind and vermin thanks to a council grant fund.
FOLLOWING Waikerie’s popular silo art, several more murals are set to brighten the town and follow the ‘Healthy River, Healthy Community’ nature theme.