PERFECT weather, a new venue and plenty of hand sanitiser saw the Loxton and wider community come together on Saturday for one of the region’s biggest events in 12 months.
PUMP and bike tracks are set to be incorporated into stage two of the Waikerie river-front development – and elected members are hopeful the bike track will be disability inclusive.
A LOCAL ex-firefighter who died in a truck accident last month was memorialised by the Riverland’s emergency services “family” earlier this week.
BRENDAN LINES IT was the decision “no one wanted to make”. After 112 years, the Lyrup Lions’ roar has fallen silent – permanently. A decision to dissolve the town’s football and netball clubs was made at a special general meeting days ago, following a long and failed struggle to players and keep its committee functioning. […]
THE Murray Pioneer has been crowned the top newspaper in country South Australia.
Twelve years ago Jennifer Howard fled domestic violence to take cover in a women’s shelter.
RIVERLAND wine grape growers could be taking advantage of new technologies that reduce irrigation water use by up to 30 per cent within the next decade.
DAMAGE to part of the redeveloped Loxton wharf has prompted council to review the suitability of the structure for mooring.