MANAGERS of Renmark’s contentious McCormick Centre for the Environment – sometimes labelled a white elephant – want to exit the facility, which has been used just 25 times in the past year.
A RENMARK man says he was “devastated” to find his favourite river-side spot ripped up by 4WDs and covered with rubbish after the long weekend.
IT is business as usual for Berri’s Target Country outlet, despite news that dozens of stores across the country are set to close in the coming years.
RIVERLAND towns could receive more telephone coverage after the Federal Government announced it would commit a further $25 million for the fourth round of the Mobile Blackspot Program.
Member for Barker Tony Pasin welcomed the new funding, aimed at eliminating mobile service blackspots across the region.
THE majority of motorists were well behaved on Riverland roads over the long weekend, however a number of drivers were caught breaking the rules, a local police officer says.
Two drug drivers were busted in the Riverland over the long weekend, and about 100 motorists were handed expiation notices across the Murray Mallee Local Service Area (LSA).
A LOCAL small business was recently awarded the number one ranking in Brand SA’s Fast Movers 2018 program.
Berri-based Enviroclad, established in 1983 by Riverland brothers Tony and Frank Vallelonga, beat hundreds of other businesses from across the state to be named the fastest-growing company in the state.
IT’S a sight that has to be seen to be believed, and it was the “biggest crowd ever” to witness the Running of the Sheep in Barmera on Saturday morning.
A RIVERLAND council has launched a campaign to encourage younger and more diverse locals to put their hand up to become elected members.