BERRI’S shopping scene was forever fractured when the Riverland Central Plaza opened.
DOES the Renmark Christmas Pageant have a future? Or will natural selection render it extinct and ultimately replace it with something stronger and more sustainable?
JUST a few hours separated a couple of significant – for Riverlanders at least – sporting events this week, but the two were worlds apart.
THE Riverland’s top netball competition has been reduced to just five teams, after Waikerie withdrew its A1 side.
‘WITH the benefit of hindsight’ is a well-worn cliché these days, particularly among politicians and other community leaders who backflip on promises or are proven to have displayed poor judgement.
IN recent days we’ve learned of one faith breached in the streets of Loxton, and another at a stadium in South Africa.
THE discontent, bordering on distrust, a section of the Waikerie population harbours towards Loxton Waikerie council is no secret.
TIM Whetstone’s re-election campaign may have ended, but the real challenge will begin later this week, when he is sworn in as a minister in the new Marshall Government.