MOTORISTS travelling the 104km from Loxton to Pinnaroo, or the 134km from Pinnaroo to Bordertown – or both – are still being forced to travel at just 100km/h.
ELECTIONS are fast looming for the so-called third tier of government in Australia.
ONE of the most dramatic local moments of the recent State Election campaign was when Margaret Evans fronted Tim Whetstone on rate capping at the Murray Pioneer’s Chaffey Forum at the Renmark Hotel.
DELAYED reaction to last week’s Renmark High School stabbing incident has been close to unanimous.
THE idea of driverless buses is bound to divide opinion – at least until such time as the buses are serving communities efficiently.
AUSTRALIAN media has long made itself an easy and deserving target of criticism.
OF the five biggest Riverland towns, none have faced more challenges than Barmera in recent years.
THE term ‘women’s footy’ flows off the tongue more smoothly than it did as recently as five years ago.