AN apricot breeding program aimed at creating products more desirable to consumers culminated in a taste test in Loxton recently.
Almost 300 Riverlanders surrendered their sleep and legs to participate in the weekend’s local Relay for Life and raise a whopping $59,000 – and counting – to help fight cancer.
THE Loxton Recreation Centre upgrade is a step closer to reality, with the possibility of tenders for the re-build to be called as early as the start of next year.
LAST week I was lucky enough to spend some time in Canberra.
THE Riverland has been urged to focus on luxury tourism experiences, as new data shows over 700 locals are directly or indirectly employed by the industry.
IT took two years for the former Loveday Primary School building to go up for sale – and that time-frame is too long, according to Member for Chaffey Tim Whetstone.
A UNIVERSITY bonus points scheme that bridges the gap between local country students and their city counterparts will remain intact, despite fears it could be taken away.
One thing that comes along with living in a small community – like the Riverland – is that every new person you meet could end up being your best friend’s sister’s boyfriend’s brother, who also happens to be really close with your first cousin.