ANZAC Day goes beyond the anniversary of the landing on Gallipoli in 1915 – by generating a respect for history, sense of gratitude and connection to family for the younger generation.
TAKING the leap from a life of education into the ‘real’ working world is a daunting experience for many students.
WHILE many people tuned into the drama and entertainment of the Commonwealth Games over the weekend (bad luck Claire Tallent), I began a training regime for a different type of event.
SOMETIMES it’s nice to trade this world in for another by diving headfirst into the pages of a new adventure.
WE are lucky to live in a democratic society that allows us to vote freely.
THERE are a multitude of factors to consider in deciding who to vote for in this weekend’s State Election and I do not seek to push for any one group over another, only to highlight one aspect of the campaign that looks, at first glance to be a way to reduce council rates.
THE Riverland community is seemingly up in arms after a weekend traffic blitz.
IF Chaffey is even a remote guide, the final week of campaigning before the 2018 State Election could be crucial.