HALF a dozen motorists travelling in the Riverland were busted by local police drink/drug driving during last week’s New Year’s Eve operations.
LOCALS are banding together to raise money for a well-known Riverland entertainer, diagnosed with an aggressive form of throat cancer just before Christmas.
RIVERLANDERS can expect a maximum of 32C on New Year’s Eve before the mercury drops to about 20C as the clock ticks towards midnight.
VISITORS and locals across the region were “well behaved” over the New Year’s Eve weekend, with only a few minor incidents reported by SA Police.
RIVERLANDERS are gearing up to farewell 2016 and bring in the new year tomorrow night – and it should be the perfect conditions to do so.
DESPITE a fireworks mishap, drug bust and an assault arrest, police have praised the behaviour of New Year’s Eve local revellers, after fewer arrests were made across the region than the previous year.
NEW Year’s Eve is set to be a hot one, with the mercury tipped to hit 40C, while New Year’s Day will reach the same temperature.
Riverland police were pleased with locals’ behaviour across the region on New Year’s Eve.