A PAISLEY couple who have fostered more than 20 children over 14 years are now encouraging other Riverlanders to open their homes and hearts to children in desperate need of love and support.
ARTIFICIAL inflation of water prices among a loosely regulated trading market is sending irrigators out of business while corporations amass huge volumes of water entitlements, says an explosive industry letter written to the Federal Government.
A REDUCTION in speed limit, and an increase to timed parking are among potential operational changes as part of the retrofit to Berri’s river-front precinct.
THE Riverland’s peak tourism body has welcomed a new leadership team, following the departure of board members last month.
TAFE SA’s Berri campus got a visit from the organisation’s newly appointed chief executive recently.
A LOCAL high school hosted 13 international students recently as part of a Japanese school’s Australian home-stay program.
LOCAL investment opportunities were recently presented to a visiting cohort of more than 30 Chinese entrepreneurs and investors.
APPLICATIONS are now open for Riverlanders to submit their towns for a 10-year, multi-million dollar mental health funding and support program by the Fay Fuller Foundation.