A RIVERLAND community hotel has begun work on a $7 million development that it projects will bring about 7000 additional visitors to the region each year.
A PETITION supporting the voluntary euthanasia bill currently in State Parliament has collected nearly 300 signatures across the Riverland in the past week, following information distribution in Waikerie and Renmark, and an event forum in Berri.
LOXTON’S Bianca Shephard says it was an “honour” being crowned Trainee of the Year at an annual awards evening last Friday night.
LOXTON maintenance fitter Jakob Johinke-Milich and Barmera chef Madison Lailey are joint winners of the region’s most prestigious vocational award.
LOCALS undecided about a voluntary euthanasia Bill expected to hit State Parliament next month have been urged to attend an information session in the Riverland this weekend.
GOWNS and suits will remain in closets for many senior students this week after two Riverland schools postponed their proms due to recent COVID-19 restrictions.
A LOCAL hotel will soon begin a $7 million expansion of its accommodation facilities after receiving $1.5 million in funding from the State Government.
THE sporting precinct at Berri’s Alan Glassey Park will be renamed the Berri Hotel Sporting Complex and feature some new signage after the hotel entered into a sponsorship deal with local clubs.