BRENDAN LINES IT was the decision “no one wanted to make”. After 112 years, the Lyrup Lions’ roar has fallen silent – permanently. A decision to dissolve the town’s football and netball clubs was made at a special general meeting days ago, following a long and failed struggle to players and keep its committee functioning. […]
THE Murray Pioneer has been crowned the top newspaper in country South Australia.
THE relatively low number of babies born at Waikerie Hospital – believed to be around 30 last year – could be impacting the facility’s ability to retain midwifery staff and its chances of resuming birthing services.
A MUCH-loved Loxton event taking place this Saturday at the town’s number two oval has been given the green light to have up to 3000 patrons attend.
A RIVERLAND program helping clients battle drug addiction is hoping its success during a two-year pilot period will be enough to secure long-term funding.
A PROPOSAL to build a new service station and car wash in Glossop has sparked debate amongst the local community, as Berri Barmera Council seeks public feedback on the development application.
SUSPENSION of birthing services at the Waikerie Hospital could continue past the scheduled reopening date while staff are sourced, according to a health network chief executive.
STATEMENTS a parliamentary inquiry into Aboriginal organisations is unfairly targeting the indigenous are “hypocritical” according to a local community figure.