A WELL-spoken Riverland woman said she was taken back to simpler times while speaking to Pauline Hanson in Berri this week.
SOUTH Australia’s River Murray irrigators might be somewhat surprised with yesterday’s forecast of a 14 per cent allocation to start the 2019/20 water year.
MINUS a gaffe eclipsing John Hewson’s infamous GST birthday cake meltdown – and it seems being clueless about electric cars fails to qualify – Bill Shorten will be Australia’s 31st prime minister sometime next month.
THE epic tale of mediation between CCW winegrape growers and Accolade Wines came to what appears a palatable conclusion this week, with news local growers will pocket an extra $6 million following a ruling by an independent pricing expert.
LABOR’S water policy announcement on Friday comes as no surprise.
ALL SA country areas are replete with so-called traffic hot spots, including the Riverland.
IT’S difficult to argue with some of the more powerful, even emotive, points raised by respected local irrigator and businessman Jeff Knispel in the pages of today’s Murray Pioneer.
ANYONE doubting the interest surrounding carparks was clearly absent from last week’s Berri Barmera Council river-front walks in Berri.