CONTINUED improvements in Murray-Darling Basin storages are expected to see Riverland irrigators and growers reach full allocations for the 2020/21 water year “before the start” of summer. The Department of Environment and Water (DEW) on Monday announced an opening water allocation of 40 per cent for SA Murray irrigators, rising from the previous eight per […]
A LOCAL photographer has found himself with a lot more time on his hands at the moment due to the lack of Riverland sport.
GROWING international demand for health foods and an ability to continue processing through the coronavirus outbreak has Riverland almond producers remaining confident about the 2020 crop.
CALLS to have more community events in the Riverland for families who have children with heart defects has spurred HeartKids SA to host future events in the region.
RIVERLANDERS received an early glimpse of winter with rain and low temperatures – which are expected to continue – across the region last week.
A LOCAL historian has called on the community to send through photos and papers documenting the mark the coronavirus continues to have on the Riverland.
TEN years ago, Tim Whetstone was a fed-up farmer desperate to make a difference. Fast forward to 2020 and Mr Whetstone has spent a decade representing the Riverland as the Member for Chaffey and the past two years as a State Government minister. And he says it has flown by. “It’s gone really quick,” Mr […]
A LOCAL family has been left struggling for cash after the government’s new border protection and business controls saw their main source of income disappear.