A RIVERLAND council will let its residents and businesses defer rates for three months to assist the community through the current COVID-19 crisis.
RECENT downpours that saw some Riverland properties receive over 60mm of rain during April have been described as a “godsend” by a horticultural industry figure and has renewed confidence of the region’s dryland famers for the coming season.
CONTINUED attempts from the Greens to block the passing of a bill allowing genetically modified (GM) crops to be grown in South Australia are failing to stop a Riverland minister from introducing new regulations.
A RIVERLAND council will voice its frustrations to the State Government regarding a local pedestrian trail saying it is “dangerous” for pedestrians and cyclists.
STORM systems which saw more than 18mm of rain fall in parts of the Riverland on Anzac Day are expected to bring cold temperatures and windy conditions in the coming days.
A LOCAL council’s project to relocate a historic barge continues to garner the excitement of Riverlanders.
GROWING international demand for health foods and an ability to continue processing through the coronavirus outbreak has Riverland almond producers remaining confident about the 2020 crop.
PARTICIPATING in Anzac Day tributes at home last weekend gave a group of locals the chance to bond over Australian history.