HUGH SCHUITEMAKER and JOSH BRINE MORE than $2 million of infrastructure funding under a Federal Government program will be aimed at generating “local stimulus” for all four Riverland councils. The Federal Government last week announced the four Riverland councils would share more than $2.1 million of funding under the Local Road and Community Infrastructure initiative, […]
DEDICATED new and regular volunteers have ensured a Riverland Meals on Wheels branch is able to continue helping its surrounding community.
PROJECTIONS for the 2020/21 water year have “significantly improved” since last month’s opening allocation announcement, with a senior local industry figure confident of Riverland growers and irrigators reaching 100 per cent.
MORE transparency surrounding water resources, plus further co-operation between Murray-Darling Basin states, is required to survive declining river inflows according to a new Federal Government report.
A RIVERLAND council will add no increases to its animal management fees in 2020 to assist local households recovering from the COVID-19 crisis.
A GRANT of nearly $100,000 will mean a Riverland business is able to increase production of its unique coffee products this year.
FUNDING from a Riverland council will help a network of local businesses establish a project manager position within eight weeks.
THE transportation of an historic irrigation vessel to its final resting place saw Riverlanders pack local streets last week.