A FORMER Riverland politician who was bailed on serious sexual crime charges has been removed as a director for a local irrigation trust and stepped away from his duties as a councillor.
A LOCAL tourism leader has urged visitors to “come and see the Riverland”, as the region’s tourism industry plots its course for the next decade.
THE provision of funding from a local council is set to help a volunteer group repaint an historic Riverland barge.
A RENMARK Paringa councillor, former Labor Party candidate and Renmark Irrigation Trust board member has been dumped by his political party and has requested a leave of absence from council duties after appearing in court last week on multiple charges of sexual and violent offences. Sim Singh-Malhi, of Renmark, appeared in the Berri Magistrates Court […]
IN a sea of cancelled events, one determined committee is still on a mission to put on their event this year.
ALL three Riverland councils will continue to support a popular local event, despite its shift to an alternate format in 2020 due to COVID-19 restrictions.
A MULTI-year plan to upgrade and preserve one of the Riverland’s most prominent locations is continuing to progress after a new manager took over the project recently.
DISCUSSIONS regarding the removal of illegally dumped rubbish at a Riverland national park are ongoing between a local council and the State Government.