WHEN Riverland schoolgirl Kaelen Greenhalgh heard about drought-ravaged farmers, she knew she had to help. The year 3 student started raising money for Drought Angels, a charity that aides farming families experiencing hardship, and in the process has attracted some national media attention. Kaelen was determined to help prevent any more animals in the affected […]
THE nation’s competition watchdog has urged Riverland grape growers to speak up about payment delays, contract uncertainty and lack of pricing information – and any other problems.
THE SA Government has been asked to honour its pre-election commitments by ending ‘cost shifting’ when it releases the 2018-19 state budget.
A COUPLE of local fundraising efforts have raised almost $5000 towards helping drought-stricken farmers.
Ahead of the CFS Chaffey group’s AGM on Thursday, Murray Pioneer journalist SARA GILLIGAN sat down with retiring Chaffey group officer GREG FORBES to reflect on his decades of involvement.
RIVERLAND year 1 students attending public schools are currently undergoing phonics checks as part of their literacy curriculum.
A LOCAL sporting club repeatedly targeted by vandals is frustrated at the amount of damage occurring and is concerned for the public’s safety.
FIVE months after winning the State Election, the SA Liberals are yet to keep their promise to reverse speed-limit cuts along a local highway.