LOCAL community groups and non-government organisations raising awareness around suicide have been encouraged to apply for State Government funding.
GLOSSOP High School welcomed a furry staff member this year as part of its new student wellbeing initiative.
RIVERLAND motorists have been put on notice with news police are targeting speeding drivers this weekend.
MEMBER for Chaffey Tim Whetstone has shut down accusations that the voice on local health care is under threat, following Labor claims health advisory councils (HACs) may be abolished.
RENMARK Olympic has ended Barmera United’s recent stranglehold over the Riverland A grade soccer competition with its first premiership since 2013.
A DRIVERLESS bus could be operating in Renmark later this year, according to a spokesperson from the vehicle’s company.
THE Make-A-Wish Foundation’s local branch has received its highest ever single donation, accepting a cheque for more than $19,000 from the organisers of a recent Riverland custom car event.
The funds, which were raised during the 43rd Australian Van Nationals event held in the Riverland over the Easter long weekend, will see at least two wishes come true for Riverland children.
SECURITY cameras will be installed at the Barmera bus station in a bid to improve safety in the area.