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Hotels, clubs lament ‘busiest days’ lost

Hotels, clubs lament ‘busiest days’ lost

COVID-19 restrictions imposed on South Australia cost Riverland hospitality outlets their “busiest days” of trading over the weekend, although operators are thankful the hard lockdown was ended earlier than initially planned.

COVID claims Pedal Prix again

LOXTON will have to wait until at least 2022 to host its next Pedal Prix race after the event was removed from next year’s UniSA Australian HPV Super Series (HPVSS) calendar due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Council’s GM-free request rejected

BERRI Barmera Council’s request to remain free of genetically modified (GM) crops has been rejected by the State Government, despite the outcome of community consultation earlier this year.

Puppies dumped in bin near Kingston-On-Murray ‘thrown away like rubbish’… PAW FORM

A LOCAL animal lover says she was “disgusted” to hear eight kelpie puppies had been dumped in a bin at a truck stop less than 20km from her rescue shelter.

Sturt Highway reopens to traffic from NSW after Transition Committee’s… ‘LEAP OF FAITH’

THE Riverland is now welcoming visitors from New South Wales back down the Sturt Highway after South Australian Police reopened the road to some interstate traffic last week.

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