CHANGES to a statewide health scheme will make it easier – and potentially cheaper – for Riverlanders forced to travel for medical treatments.
SUITS, gowns and fancy cars will emerge this week as Riverland year 12 students celebrate the most anticipated social event on the high school calendar.
PROPOSED increases to export certification fees could cost Riverland citrus growers $30,000 each year, the industry’s national body has warned.
A PAIR of Riverland firefighters recently tackled a 98-floor stair climb that raised $750,000 for motor neurone disease (MND) research.
GOVERNMENT intervention is necessary in the water market to avoid “brutal” outcomes for Riverland irrigators, warns a senior industry figure.
SA MURRAY irrigators will have access to their full water allocations next year, while the State Government will consider changes to private carryover laws due to dry conditions expected in 2020.
MORE education surrounding South Australia’s fruit fly policy is needed for visitors to the Riverland who are feeling “ripped off” by the State Government’s zero tolerance approach, says a local holiday park operator.
THE State Government remains “serious” about a zero-tolerance approach to fruit fly quarantine at Yamba Station, amid claims the policy has been suspended nearly 500 times since January.