CROWDS were way down at last week’s 2019 Riverland Field Days – except they weren’t at all.
BERRI Barmera Council is set to adopt a $154,000 ‘fix’ to its controversial Berri river-front redevelopment.
PLENTY of people have lined up to criticise Renmark Paringa Council’s driverless bus, though many have done so from the safety of a keyboard via social media.
AT the time, few would have envisaged the political heat a simple promise – made during the 2018 State Election campaign – to restore 110km/h zones across eight SA regional roads could generate.
WHICHEVER way you slice it, $42,000 is a lot of money to stage a Christmas celebration in a Riverland town.
LACK of land availability has been a concern for Renmark Paringa Council for a little while and has been highlighted in the Murray Pioneer previously.
A CLASH between the Riverland Football League grand final and the region’s biggest community event, the Riverland Field Days, is less than ideal, but far from disastrous.
IF you build it, they will come.