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.
THE decision by a Riverland council to install a fence to a section of its river front, prompted by investigations into safety during public events, has become controversial with local residents.
THE District Council of Loxton Waikerie has been forced to relocate its East Terrace office following an overpopulation of mould within the building’s interior.
CLAIMS that an Adelaide woman stole tens of thousands of dollars donated to a Riverland animal shelter were rejected in the Supreme Court earlier this month.
RIVERLANDERS holding out hope for this year’s Loxton Show have been crushed, with organisers calling off the event last Thursday.