ALLEGATIONS – that hit state headlines last week – surrounding the sexual exploitation of Riverland backpackers went unreported to local police, SAPOL says.
POLITICAL stubbornness continues to disadvantage South Australian farmers, according to the State Government after the latest genetically-modified crops bill failed to pass through parliament yesterday.
AROUND 50 Riverland farmers are eligible to have half of their council rates subsidised through new drought-assistance funding, announced yesterday.
A LOCAL health business claims the “invaluable” service it provides to elderly and disabled patients means timed parking spaces are required outside of its Ral Ral Avenue premises.
A LIGHTNING trip to the Riverland on Sunday gave Premier Steven Marshall enough time to publicly – and emphatically – back his under-fire MP Tim Whetstone.
BERRI Barmera councillor Ella Winnall was last week voted deputy mayor and will hold the role for 12 months.
MURRAY Pioneer editor Paul Mitchell has landed a major Rural Media SA/NT award.
CITRUS growers across the region have experienced a “satisfactory year”, according to an industry expert.