RIVERLANDERS are buzzing about the Adelaide Crows’ upcoming visit – some a little more than others.
AT least one Riverland council could be forced to increase rates to cater for a rise in SA’s Solid Waste Levy.
WITH the now-annual debate – played out mostly on social media – about the appropriateness or otherwise of celebrating Australia Day on January 26 over, and children back at school, 2020 finally hits something like a normal stride this week.
FENDING off constant calls to increase Newstart payments and wrapping her head around the enormity of the Families and Social Services portfolio have been two of the major challenges facing Anne Ruston in recent months.
UP to $46 million of water flowing past Renmark daily could be saved – along with local growers’ livelihoods – by addressing evaporation losses in SA’s section of the Murray-Darling Basin, a former Riverland irrigator says.
ON the national landscape, JB Hi-Fi is acknowledged as a major competitor to Sanity, which sells CDs and DVDs.
GOLFERS are deserting the once-spectacular Renmark course due to its dry and deteriorating condition, a local player claims.
ANNE Ruston – officially “on duty” tomorrow – has hit back at critics targeting the Prime Minister for holidaying in Hawaii last week amid a national bushfire crisis. The Renmark-based Liberal senator – whose holiday break kicks in on Boxing Day – has described condemnation of Scott Morrison’s actions as “pathetic political games”. “I think […]