WELCOME to the silly season of 2018 – a time when political correctness has diminished the magic of Christmas and even Santa Claus gets booked for spreading festive cheer.
MAN we felt like women when the queen of country pop took the stage in Adelaide’s Botanic Park on Sunday night.
On Thursday night Murray Pioneer journalist SARA GILLIGAN was transported to a colourful fantasy land during Renmark High School’s production of the WIZARD OF OZ.
SILLY Dorothy had to run away over the rainbow to realise the importance of home.
“WHAT was I thinking?”, I said to the girls as we walked down fashion memory lane.
RIVERLANDERS paused around the region on Sunday to acknowledge the service of all men and women – past and present – in uniform, but are the effects of World War I still felt in our community 100 years on?
CHRISTMAS is just under 50 days away and I’m sure many Riverlanders like myself are bursting with anticipation to drag the tree and lights out of the shed, buy a bunch of tinsel and get the party started.
LAST week Riverlanders received some very important mail, which some might mistake as junk.