THE Berri Barmera Council is preparing to undergo public consultation to decide whether the council should apply to remain free of genetically-modified (GM) crops.
AN ICONIC Riverland restaurant, well-known for its unique style, has been put up for sale after nearly four years under its current owner.
THE Riverland tourism industry is hoping for a rush of visitors from Victoria and New South Wales once borders with both states are eventually opened.
BERRI Barmera Council’s funding support for a local stadium will soon be recognised by a pair of new signs.
A NEW memorial bench recognising a Riverlander who dedicated herself to the local community was installed outside of the Barmera Public Library recently.
A DISTRICT-wide hard waste collection and irrigation upgrades for two Riverland ovals are among the projects a local council will undertake using $1 million in Federal Government funding.
A RIVERLAND Red Cross branch is calling on the community to get involved to keep it alive and ensure its long-term viability.
A WAIKERIE man who dedicated more than half a century to local sporting clubs is being remembered as a mentor, father figure, idol and a legend.