Riverland rubbish rebels urged to clean up their act

Local councils are encouraging Riverlanders to clean up their properties in the lead-up to fire danger season, while the region’s CFS brigades are looking for volunteers. Pictured at the Monash CFS station recently were (front) Kayla Mudge and Monash CFS captain Dave Otto de Grancy, with Berri Barmera Council fire prevention officers Dennis Rainsford (back, left) and Michael Murtagh (back, right), and Renmark Paringa Council fire prevention officer Peter Burr. PHOTO: Peta-Marie Philippou

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Celeste Newbery


Celeste Newbery joined the Murray Pioneer in January 2016 after working at the Transcontinental in Port Augusta. Celeste completed a Bachelor of Arts (Communication and Media) and Graduate Diploma in Journalism at the University of South Australia. She grew up in the Barossa Valley before moving to Adelaide in 2010 to complete her studies then Port Augusta in 2013 to begin her journalism career.