THE Riverland’s “biggest ever” poker event is set to give locals a chance at an estimated $40,000 in prize money this month.
A WELL-established Waikerie-based butcher has broadened his horizons due to popular demand and opened a second store in the heart of Barmera.
RAINFALL levels for many Riverland towns so far in 2020 have doubled the total amount recorded in the whole of 2019, with some areas of the region receiving more than 10mm over the weekend.
BARMERA’S Gordon Bartlett was just 17 years old when he, against his mother’s wishes, made the decision to enlist in the army in 1942, during the height of World War II.
A RIVERLAND woman said she received the biggest surprise of her life recently when her husband’s World War II slouch hat was found and returned to her.
A RECENT traffic study has identified a road in Barmera as a speeding hotspot, with more than half of the road’s users exceeding the speed limit.
BARMERA has added a new feature piece to its main street after the installation of a new fountain at the Barwell Avenue roundabout was completed last week.
PARTICIPATING in Anzac Day tributes at home last weekend gave a group of locals the chance to bond over Australian history.