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 […]
THE Riverland will soon boast a second local in SA Parliament, with veterinarian and Liberal Party activist Nicola Centofanti to join the Legislative Council – or Upper House – from next month.
METHODS used to remove carp from Tasmanian waters would be unfeasible for the Riverland, according to a local fishing industry representative.
A REVAMPED approach to fruit fly prevention in the Riverland is aimed at sending a “strong message” to people visiting the region, says a local MP.
UPGRADES to equipment and facilities will make a Riverland bowling club a “showpiece” of the region, according to a local MP.
OVER 500 locals say a slip lane has done nothing to improve safety conditions at a contentious Renmark intersection, despite what government officials may think.
A MOBILE base station in Murtho will help to eliminate blackspots in the area, after it was turned on last Thursday.
A COLLAPSE in shipping to China following the coronavirus outbreak is expected to see a “significant drop” in Riverland wine exports to the country, according to local growers.