ELDERLY retirement village residents in Loxton are being negatively impacted by “misinformation” circulating about the facility, the local council claims.
LOXTON Waikerie’s budget consultation period is over, with council anticipated to adopt its annual business plan – that proposes a general rate rise of 2.85 per cent – in the coming weeks.
YOUTH in the Berri district now have a “non-threatening” environment in which to congregate following last week’s official opening of the town’s new drop-in centre.
COMMUNITY submissions involving the development of the Waikerie Sports Precinct Masterplan – aimed to guide the local council’s project over the next 40 to 50 years – close on Friday.
ROYAL wedding fever will reach the Murray River Queen’s cellar door tomorrow night when locals board the historic vessel for a night of bubbles, bets and laughs.
GROWING demand for a drop-in centre in the district will be eased by this week’s opening of a Berri youth hub, set to provide a “safe haven” for children.
BERRI’S Fenwick family – after which Fenwick Road is named – will celebrate 100 years in the Riverland at a special reunion this Sunday.
THREE generations of women – two of whom have passed their experience down to their daughters – will spend this Mother’s Day working under the same roof at a local hotel.