Community Diary articles

Forklift operation becomes flammable

A BERRI automotive business suffered an estimated $80,000 damage yesterday when a fire was sparked by a forklift operating at the workshop.

Community help sought over spate of Riverland break-ins

RIVERLAND police are appealing for public information following a spate of recent break-ins, including copper piping stolen from a Monash site and cash taken from Loxton and Kingston-On-Murray businesses.

‘Fried’ apricot season almost over

A WAIKERIE grower says hot, dry temperatures have devastated his dried apricot crop, which is down 50 per cent on last year – however the grass may be greener for Renmark fresh fruit producers this harvest.

Riverland police target suspected drug users behind the wheel… CRACKDOWN

RIVERLAND police are targeting suspected local drug users for testing behind the wheel – seeing a surge of positive results.

Retiring the ‘Wright’ way

FOR 32 years, Paruna man Adrian Wright protected and served communities across the state on the SA Police force and – 10 years into his retirement – not much has changed.