A B-DOUBLE truck driver caught speeding while on drugs at Yamba last week put whole Riverland communities at risk, says a local council mayor.
LOCAL business owners have been encouraged to support a new initiative aimed at bringing more “vibrancy” to Renmark stores.
SENATOR Anne Ruston has been urged to take “a humane approach” toward Australians seeking support for victims of institutional child sex abuse – known as redress – according to a group that last week protested her handling of the National Redress Scheme.
A DECISION to hold Renmark’s Christmas on the Murray in the first week of December this year could help avoid extreme temperatures, according to the local council.
A LOCAL man is set to appear in court on charges of carrying an offensive weapon and aggravated causing of harm after allegedly stabbing a friend in Renmark last week.
RIVERLANDERS have been advised to expect more rain after “severe” thunderstorms saw more than 30mm fall in some areas last weekend. The Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) recorded 34.2mm of rain at Morgan between Friday night and Saturday morning, with 31mm also falling at Mount Mary and 14.6mm in Waikerie. A BoM spokesperson said high humidity […]
The Riverland winegrape industry has seemingly escaped the potentially disastrous threat posed by downy mildew, despite the extreme humidity and storms experienced late last week.
POTENTIAL changes to the State Government’s carryover water regulations would be “a big step forward” for Riverland irrigators and growers, according to a senior local irrigation figure. More than 25 local growers and irrigators gathered at the Renmark Club last Thursday, when State Government representatives discussed potential changes to South Australia’s private carryover regulations. Under […]