HOLIDAYS have come at the right time for Member for Chaffey Tim Whetstone, who has been caught up in the media cycle this week after it emerged that he charged taxpayers $5797 to fly from Whyalla to Ceduna.
IT’S impossible to argue against the logic Bruno Stolze uses to dismiss suggestions he should be licensed to catch and dispose of snakes.
ANOTHER of Tim Whetstone’s election promises officially gets ticked off the list today with a discussion paper being released for a proposed Riverland wine and food centre.
IF the political leaders most familiar to Riverlanders had Christmas wish lists, what might they contain?
A CHANGE of our national government in the first half of next year is odds on.
ANYONE who makes sweeping generalisations about the unemployed – or even measured criticism – might as well just paint a target on their back.
TRANSPARENT protocols will ensure Riverland growers retain market access for their fruit, despite Friday’s fruit fly outbreak in Loxton, an expert says.
THE Riverland is “under siege” and must rally to combat the potential economic disaster posed by fruit fly, Tim Whetstone says.