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.
LOCAL pubs, gyms, cinemas, places of worship, beauty salons and other sites will now be permitted to have up to 80 people on their premises from June 1 after a State Government announcement earlier this week, as long as appropriate safeguards are implemented.
LEGAL restrictions on weddings failed to deter one couple from tying the knot in Loxton recently.
RIVERLAND businesses hope the introduction of takeaway and delivery services maintains local “positivity” during the coronavirus outbreak, however, one hotel has already had to let more than 70 staff members go.
LOCAL footballers will once again try to produce bombs at the annual Riverland Super Kick this weekend.
A NEW crop of medical students, nursing students and registrars was welcomed to the Riverland at a Flinders University rural health commencement earlier this month.
‘NOT ideal, but it could have been worse’.
RENMARK’s Aidan Kenyon says it was a “great honour” being crowned the region’s Apprentice of the Year at an awards evening last Friday night.