ALL four Riverland Catholic schools individually found unique ways to celebrate Catholic Education Week last week, as they were unable to unite due to government restrictions amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A STATE Government funding contribution has helped a local council start a new project, which will meet the growing demand for new and sustainable ecoadventure experiences in the Riverland.
TWO local schools will receive grants to undertake priority maintenance work, as part of a $32 million State Government economic stimulus package to be rolled out this year.
THE region’s longest-running festival is set to take place this October despite recent COVID-19 restrictions, with Ruston’s Restaurant and Functions being the sole destination for its events.
A RIVERLAND parent has continued to home school her children this term amid the COVID-19 pandemic, despite being told schools are safe to attend.
HUNDREDS of Riverlanders took their final curtsy for much-loved dance teacher Rosemary Clark last week – whilst practicing social distancing – when she was laid to rest.
SOUTH Australian small businesses will be given additional State Government funding to hire new apprentices and trainees, as part of a $12 million skills package to boost local jobs.
A LOCAL Rotary club has turned to virtual meetings in response to the Federal Government’s restrictions on social gatherings.