RIVERLANDERS under 50 years old have turned out to get their Covid-19 vaccines, despite technical glitches leading to double and triple bookings and long wait times.
LOXTON Mardi Gras has injected $10,000 back into the community, thanks to the generosity of local businesses and hardworking ambassador entrants.
People who wish to be buried in the Loxton cemetery to be with family members may not have that option in the future.
BOOK lovers can now share their favourite pages with fellow readers, thanks to a Loxton community initiative.
THE end of a long-running funding initiative is expected to have a “significant” effect on a Riverland library, according to a senior council figure.
THREE local sports and recreation facilities will be upgraded thanks to more than $220,000 in funding from the State Government.
STAFF and students from two Riverland Catholic schools joined in a simultaneous online mass last week to mark 200 years of Catholic education in Australia.
ONE double maths lesson is all it took for a young local to design a BMX track, soon to be constructed at Loxton North.