THE presence of a World War II veteran at Loxton’s Cross of Sacrifice last Wednesday helped add extra lustre to the town’s Remembrance Day commemorations.
PUNISHMENTS handed down to a Victorian trio who breached COVID-19 border restrictions by entering the Riverland needed to be more severe, according to a local mayor.
LANDMARKS of a Riverland town will largely be kept intact following the completion of its river-front development project, according to a local mayor.
CONSTRUCTION work forming part of a multi-million dollar project to revitalise the Renmark river front began last week.
HUGH SCHUITEMAKER and JOSH BRINE MORE than $2 million of infrastructure funding under a Federal Government program will be aimed at generating “local stimulus” for all four Riverland councils. The Federal Government last week announced the four Riverland councils would share more than $2.1 million of funding under the Local Road and Community Infrastructure initiative, […]
A MAN has been arrested accused of deliberately lighting a series of wheelie bin fires in Renmark last weekend.
A RIVERLAND council will voice its frustrations to the State Government regarding a local pedestrian trail saying it is “dangerous” for pedestrians and cyclists.
A LOCAL council’s project to relocate a historic barge continues to garner the excitement of Riverlanders.