TWO local businesses passionate about wine and food have teamed up to create something special this weekend, as part of an annual festival.
ALTHOUGH the Loxton Historical Village had a modified Alive Day over the long weekend, almost 500 people visited and took part in the many activities, which exceeded the committee’s expectations.
A LOCAL Lions Club will host its monthly fundraising bazaar in conjunction with the Renmark Riverland Rose Festival this month.
THREE newly-planted roses bred and grown specifically to celebrate 90 years of the South Australian Country Women’s Association (SACWA) were pulled and stolen from the Loxton branch recently.
BERRI Preschool unveiled a special new feature on its premise recently, thanks to the creative work of a local Aboriginal artist.
THE inaugural principal for the Riverland’s first Catholic secondary school, St Francis of Assisi College – which is set to open in Renmark, 2022 – has been appointed.
A GROUP of local women, who are in their 15th year of participating in the Cancer Council’s Relay for Life event, have found different ways to fundraise this year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A WELL-established Waikerie-based butcher has broadened his horizons due to popular demand and opened a second store in the heart of Barmera.