STATE deputy premier Vickie Chapman led a celebration of local women in business on Friday as part of a one-day tour of the Riverland.
A WAR of words between the State Minister for Environment and Water and his Labor counterpart has broken out in the pages of the Murray Pioneer.
ANY reduction in Renmark policing levels would be met with “strong opposition”, according to Renmark Paringa Council’s CEO.
RIVERLAND medical professionals have welcomed the State Government’s decision to fund and provide influenza vaccinations for all children under the age of five.
SUGGESTIONS the recent traffic blitz in the Riverland – and the prospects of a repeat event over Easter – could harm local business trade have divided locals.
A RENMARK store has been “flooded” with life-jacket purchases since compulsory laws came into effect recently, but the shop’s owner says confusion exists over a promised voucher system.
A RIVERLAND disability service recently received more than $40,000 in State Government funding, used to purchase a new van to improve client interactions with the community.
A LACK of transport for Riverland senior citizens were among the concerns raised at an annual zone rally hosted by the Berri Senior Citizens last week.