THE Riverland’s first dedicated drive-through COVID-19 testing facility opened last Thursday, as demand for coronavirus testing continues to grow.
ONE Riverlander was placed in intensive care after becoming seriously ill with coronavirus, while at least 10 cases have been confirmed around the Riverland and surrounding regions.
TOURISTS planning on travelling to the Riverland over the April school holidays and the Easter long weekend are being asked to stay home by a local MP, with most of the region’s campsites set to close during the coronavirus pandemic.
A LOCAL high school has confirmed one of its bus drivers has tested positive to COVID-19. Glossop High School released a statement addressed to parents and caregivers on Friday morning informing them that a school bus driver has tested positive to the disease. In the statement, which was also released on the school’s Facebook page, […]
AN increasing number of Riverland parents are choosing to keep their children home from school, as the concerns surrounding COVID-19 continue to ramp up.
A NUMBER of the region’s teaching workforce – along with the rest of the state – has voted in favour of a new agreement that locks in pay rises for teachers, principals and pre-school directors over three years.
A RIVERLAND resident says he feels he is taking a gamble each time he uses two deadly Riverland intersections recently highlighted as “high priorities” by the State Government.
A LONG queue was seen outside Berri’s Centrelink yesterday morning after a number of locals were told they no longer have jobs, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.