Disappointment in local contractors I AM extremely disappointed with some contractors in the Riverland. They obviously make too much money and don’t require new clients. Over the last couple of months I have spoken to two requesting a quote and another awaiting a return call from, but not one has had the manners to get […]
Anything that sparks a conversation AT a recent meeting, the Rotary Club of Loxton discussed the question, “Should we endorse and support the Blue Tree Project?”. The aim of the project is to encourage people to speak out when doing it tough and it has resulted in many trees being painted blue around regional Australia. […]
The real truth about climate change SHARON Schrapel’s letter of November 20 is very relevant to our present climate concerns (‘Enough’, Murray Pioneer). The difference between natural and urban areas has inflated temperatures at some weather stations. If plant, aquatic and terrestrial animals disappear, so will humanity. Fires are a natural part of our ecosystem, […]
Sad goodbye to my beautiful dog Gemma
GEMMA Shiloe Threadgold passed away on November 17 at home, aged 14.
Water market is just madness
RESIDENTS of Renmark, prepare to try and exist in a desert.
Let’s do good in Bronte’s honour
I WENT to the incredibly sad funeral of Bronte Smith last month.
Against combined softball grades
HOW to grow local softball? There seems to be an easy answer to this question and it’s not rocket science.
Naming the park
I HAVE been reading the articles that have appeared in the Murray Pioneer regarding the naming of the area containing the Cross of Sacrifice in Renmark and it sparked a few questions that I would like answered.