A LOCAL café owner – who was only trading for several weeks before COVID-19 forced business closures – says relaxed dining restrictions have added “vibrancy and life” back to the Riverland.
A RENMARK woman raised almost $1400 during a six-hour charity walk around the town earlier this month.
RENMARK’S Metropolitan Fire Service (MFS) has warned Riverland residents that burning off under power lines is not safe or advised under any circumstances.
A MAN has been arrested accused of deliberately lighting a series of wheelie bin fires in Renmark last weekend.
RENMARK’s Twenty Third Street Distillery has brought the distillery experience to people in the comfort of their own home, by streaming virtual tastings on social media.
A GRANT of nearly $100,000 will mean a Riverland business is able to increase production of its unique coffee products this year.
THE transportation of an historic irrigation vessel to its final resting place saw Riverlanders pack local streets last week.
THE region’s longest-running festival is set to take place this October despite recent COVID-19 restrictions, with Ruston’s Restaurant and Functions being the sole destination for its events.