PAULINE Hanson says the warm reaction to her Riverland visit yesterday was due to her “passion” for Australia and its traditional values.
RIVERLANDERS have been encouraged to participate in a statewide non-partisan program that allows young people to learn about the political process.
THE founder of Australia’s fastest-growing political party reiterated his views on Islamic terrorism – and hinted at running a Chaffey candidate at next year’s State Election – while touring the Riverland this week.
RIVERLAND exporters have been encouraged not to worry about the affects of the United States presidential election’s somewhat surprising outcome – according to a Renmark citrus grower and local MP – however both have agreed that only “time will tell”.
THE fight for the White House is almost over, with visiting American Julie Kosinski happy to escape the “embarrassing” commotion of the election back home.
POLITICS has been a hot topic since the release of the recent budget and two young Riverlanders will experience politics first hand when they participate in the 2015 Youth Parliament on July 5 to 10.
A defiant State Government said yesterday it was still pursuing $25 million of funding for the Riverland and Murraylands – despite the Federal Government confirming the money has gone.
MILLIONS of dollars intended to diversify Riverland businesses and create local jobs have slipped through the State Government’s fingers.