RIVERLAND irrigators have been urged to demonstrate South Australia’s compliance with the Murray-Darling Basin Plan at a Federal Government consultation session being held in Renmark tomorrow.
TWO Riverlanders were remanded in police custody on “serious” charges after a police investigation uncovered drugs in their Renmark home last week.
A SOUTH Australian senator says giving control of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan to the Federal Government would benefit Riverland irrigators.
RENMARK’S Rivafest continues to cement itself as an annual local highlight, selling out for the first time in 2020 and raising more than $1800 for bushfire support.
AN unpredictable start to the new year has seen the Riverland experience dust storms, lightning, plus-40C temperatures and rainfall in under a fortnight.
A LOCAL health business claims the “invaluable” service it provides to elderly and disabled patients means timed parking spaces are required outside of its Ral Ral Avenue premises.
A NEW community group aimed at supporting existing Renmark businesses and fill empty shops in the town was established by locals last week.
LOCAL accommodation providers and venues were booked to capacity when a record-breaking fundraiser passed through the Riverland last week.