A FORMER Riverland politician who was bailed on serious sexual crime charges has been removed as a director for a local irrigation trust and stepped away from his duties as a councillor.
INCENTIVE funding programs have seen first-time home builders snap up land across the Riverland and a local building company reverse the economic impacts of COVID-19 on its business.
A LOCAL council’s decision to remove “pest” trees from a river-front location has divided the community and resulted in the work’s postponement in lieu of community consultation.
THREE Loxton High School students have been supported by a government program to pursue their passion for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
EFFORTS to minimise community risk of spreading COVID-19 have seen a Riverland council cancel its Christmas pageant for a second consecutive year.
A JUMP to 100 per cent allocations for South Australian water users – earlier than the majority of previous rainfall projections – is lifting financial and resource availability pressure off Riverland growers and irrigators.
THE first Riverland-based Christmas event has fallen victim to COVID-19, with organisers of the Morgan Pageant pulling the pin on the 2020 event.
RIVERLAND hospitality operators are facing the return of COVID-19 restrictions, with the consumption of food and drink at licensed venues while standing no longer permitted from today.