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.
RESISTANCE to Renmark Paringa Council removing the existing encumbrances on the McCormick Centre for the Environment was stubborn, but ultimately coming from a small pocket of the community.
RIVERLAND drivers have grown accustomed to the roadworks happening at bridge sites across the region and – in the main – have exercised appropriate patience when encountering inevitable delays.
HELPED along by The Advertiser, the local government sector certainly brought the Hard Waste Levy rise contained in last week’s State Budget to the public’s attention.
FUNDING to upgrade air conditioning at the still-new, $7 million Berri stadium may indeed be provided for somewhere in the Berri Barmera Council’s budget, and have no immediate impact on ratepayers.
SURPRISES were notably absent from the Barker election results on the weekend.
TO hear of any Riverland business going under is sad, particularly when it employs a significant number of locals.