CONSIDERED one of the Riverland’s best kept secrets by a local historian, the remains of the Loveday Internment Camp can still be seen today.
RIVERLANDERS still had the opportunity to donate blood recently despite coronavirus concerns, when Red Cross Lifeblood visited Berri and Renmark.
MONASH residents are banding together to co-ordinate a series of events to celebrate the town’s centenary next year.
THE Riverland’s first dedicated drive-through COVID-19 testing facility opened last Thursday, as demand for coronavirus testing continues to grow.
ONE Riverlander was placed in intensive care after becoming seriously ill with coronavirus, while at least 10 cases have been confirmed around the Riverland and surrounding regions.
TOURISTS planning on travelling to the Riverland over the April school holidays and the Easter long weekend are being asked to stay home by a local MP, with most of the region’s campsites set to close during the coronavirus pandemic.
A RENMARK business operator has urged local eateries to ensure they are following new laws regarding takeaway service during the coronavirus outbreak.
ECONOMIC uncertainty generated by the coronavirus outbreak could give Riverland horticultural growers a chance to employ more South Australian workers, according to a senior local industry figure.