SUPPLIES at local supermarkets are starting to return to normal as the number of new COVID-19 cases across the state continues to remain low.
THE Riverland tourism industry has been heavily impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, but there are hopes there will be significant demand to visit the region once restrictions lift.
RIVERLANDERS are calling for COVID-19 restrictions to stay in place for the time being, despite the region now being free of confirmed active cases.
RIVERLANDERS will soon be able to access results to coronavirus tests in less than an hour, the State Government announced last week.
A RIVERLAND grandfather is being remembered as a good friend, larrikin and wonderful husband who was at his happiest spending time with friends and family.
LOW rainfall and export uncertainty from the COVID-19 emergency is forcing local farmers to decrease the varieties of grains being sown this season.
A LOCAL funeral director says their services have been quiet ever since the government implemented its restrictions on funeral attendance last month.
THE Riverland recorded its first coronavirus-related death after a Barmera grandfather succumbed to the illness last Wednesday night.