BERRI Barmera Council has sensationally parted company with its CEO Andre Stuyt just five months into his tenure. The Murray Pioneer understands council staff were officially informed of his departure yesterday morning. The shock move follows a special meeting held at the Berri council chambers on Thursday night to review Mr Stuyt’s performance. It is […]
A LOCAL Lions club is again offering a Christmas present wrapping service to assist weary shoppers in the lead-up to the big day.
SUMMER is well and truly here and Riverland employers have been urged to take safety precautions for their outdoor workers.
FIVE Riverland schools recently took part in a program that gave students the opportunity to participate in learning activities outside day-to-day school work.
RIVERLAND agricultural and horticultural businesses – and the seasonal workers they employ – would benefit from proposed changes to labour hire laws, Tim Whetstone says.
THE Renmark Irrigation Trust (RIT) celebrates its 125th anniversary this month and local students are using the milestone to reflect back on and learn about more than a century of Riverland history.
SELFISH drivers are increasingly using disability parking spaces around Renmark, a local pensioner says.
A LOCAL politician is encouraging Renmark residents to visit the Renmark Police Station during its limited operating hours.