METHODS used to remove carp from Tasmanian waters would be unfeasible for the Riverland, according to a local fishing industry representative.
FIRST home buyers and local property investors are taking advantage of an “outstanding” real estate market in the Riverland, according to an industry report.
RIVERLAND businesses hope the introduction of takeaway and delivery services maintains local “positivity” during the coronavirus outbreak, however, one hotel has already had to let more than 70 staff members go.
A RIVERLAND small business owner has assured local residents supplies of meat will remain available during the current COVID-19 emergency.
RIVERLAND sporting clubs have continued to voice their disappointment at a Federal Government funding program.
RENMARK residents will have to request roadside markers be placed at the site of vehicle accidents after the local council voted to change its policy.
A PROPOSED national irrigation project could give Riverland growers access to an extra “Sydney Harbour-full” of water inside the next decade.
ENTHUSIASM from local operators and the general public have generated momentum for a Riverland business group, according to its chairperson.