RIVERLANDERS are buzzing about the Adelaide Crows’ upcoming visit – some a little more than others.
LOCAL eighth dan karate instructor, kancho Chris Pearce, has been teaching girls and women explosive self-defence for 30 years, with no shortage of students eager to learn the techniques.
AT least one Riverland council could be forced to increase rates to cater for a rise in SA’s Solid Waste Levy.
UP to $200,000 in irrigation upgrades for Berri and Barmera ovals are among $1 million worth of projects proposed by Berri Barmera Council as part of a Federal Government drought grant. The projects will be financed by the Drought Communities Program (DCP) extension, which provides up to $1 million in funding for drought relief projects […]
A LOCAL mum’s $73,000 life-changing procedure is now possible, thanks to the Riverland’s generosity.
AN 87-year-old Adelaide man passed through the Riverland last week while on a kayak trip down the Murray River to raise money for children living with a rare skin condition.
BERRI’S old State Bank building will soon be the new office base for a local community aged care service.
A NEW partnership is both a nod to the past and another step in the regeneration of iconic Riverland business, Ruston’s Restaurant & Functions.