News articles

CoR law changes ‘made easy’ at local workshops

RIVERLAND primary producers, contractors and operators next week have the opportunity to attend a series of free workshops to hear and discuss changes to the national Chain of Responsibility (CoR) laws in easy-to-understand terms.

Tourism numbers on the up and up

THE Riverland has continued kicking tourism goals by contributing to the state’s record number of guests and boosting South Australia’s visitor economy to an all-time-high of $6.9 billion, according to new figures.

Reel women go fishing

A KINGSTON-On-Murray resident is hoping fellow Riverland women will take the bait and join a newly formed recreational fishing group to become hooked on the “therapeutic” and social pastime.

Forklift operation becomes flammable

A BERRI automotive business suffered an estimated $80,000 damage yesterday when a fire was sparked by a forklift operating at the workshop.

Community help sought over spate of Riverland break-ins

RIVERLAND police are appealing for public information following a spate of recent break-ins, including copper piping stolen from a Monash site and cash taken from Loxton and Kingston-On-Murray businesses.