QUARANTINE zones preventing fruit being transported between Riverland towns will be extended into April after a third local outbreak of fruit fly was declared last week.
PREVENTING fruit from entering the Riverland, and keeping local yards clear of potential host material, are keys to limiting the impact of current fruit fly outbreaks in the region, according to a State Government minister.
A RIVERLAND winery is set to begin an expansion worth almost $10 million after the State Government announced $2 million in funding for the project.
BERRI Barmera councillors have shown their support for the council district to remain free of genetically-modified (GM) crops, after receiving community feedback overwhelmingly against lifting the moratorium.
KINGSTON-On-Murray Primary School is one of 10 schools statewide to participate in a program that teaches students how quality South Australian grain is grown.
NEW State Government funding promoting the use of agriculture technology in the Riverland could mean “millions of dollars in efficiency savings” for the region’s growers.
WRONGFULLY claiming taxpayer-funded expense allowances has led to a local MP resigning from his portfolio, however his focus on issues in the Riverland can still continue.