A COMBINATION of school holidays and the Easter period saw a massive increase in tourism numbers in the Riverland over the weekend, boosting the local economy.
THE SA Country Fire Service (CFS) is urging locals or visitors planning to camp in the Riverland this weekend to ‘look and listen’ for news of bushfires over the break.
LOCALS planning to hit the road this Easter long weekend are being urged by police to take care behind the wheel due to the heightened risk the holiday period brings.
RIVERLAND locals and holidaying visitors can prepare to spend this year’s Easter long weekend in the sunshine.
INCREASED Easter traffic entering and leaving the Riverland this weekend will be monitored at each bridge roadwork site to avoid congestion and repeat delays.
A CAMPFIRE ban was this week lifted in most of the Riverland’s national parks in time for Easter holidaymakers – provided CFS guidelines are followed.
CHRISTIANS across the Riverland will have the opportunity to trace the events of Jesus’ crucifixion at a public service on Good Friday, April 19.
A LOXTON resident has offered a “simple solution” to avoid further delays at the Kingston-On-Murray Bridge during the upcoming peak Easter holiday period.