FIVE Riverland schools recently took part in a program that gave students the opportunity to participate in learning activities outside day-to-day school work.
THE Renmark Irrigation Trust (RIT) celebrates its 125th anniversary this month and local students are using the milestone to reflect back on and learn about more than a century of Riverland history.
PETA-MARIE PHILIPPOU A LOCAL business hosted a luncheon recently to raise money for the Leukaemia Foundation’s annual Light the Night event. My Health Haven – an alternative medicine practitioner in Renmark – held the event in the hall at St Therese Catholic Church, Renmark. Approximately 60 people attended and enjoyed a savoury lunch, followed by […]
A LOCAL youngster will have her luscious locks cut off next week, already raising more than $4590 to help the fight against cancer.
JUNIOR primary school students from St Joseph’s School Renmark are undergoing a Bush Discovery program to explore and experience nature.
IN just under two months, a local teacher has raised almost $6500 for a children’s cancer foundation by deciding to cut off her dreadlocks.
SINCE reading Max Fatchen’s novel, The River Kings, St Joseph’s School Renmark students have been fascinated with learning about the riverboat era from 100 years ago.
Over 200 Renmark students devoured 18 litres worth of pancakes and three litres of maple syrup earlier this week as part of Shrove Tuesday celebrations.