GENERAL practices across the Riverland began taking bookings for COVID-19 vaccinations this week after the Federal Government’s vaccine rollout progressed to phase 1b.
NEW funding support of $70,000 is aimed at helping the Riverland’s largest public event recover from the impacts of COVID-19.
STUDENTS of a Waikerie school will benefit from up-to-date, modern facilities and flexible learning options with the injection of over $400,000 for a new classroom and outdoor redesign.
AN Australia-first virtual reality experience that showcases the Riverland’s spectacular scenery and high-quality food and wine offerings aims to attract post-lockdown visitors back to the region.
THE designation of a Riverland town as a key location for NBN broadband access is set to save local businesses up to 67 per cent on internet costs, according to the national network operator.
WATER management issues facing local irrigators and growers were discussed at a meeting with a senior federal politician this week.
LOXTON’S Howard Hendrick was among four local World War II veterans presented with medallions recently to commemorate the war’s 75th anniversary.
A LACK of incentive to take up harvesting jobs – in comparison to getting money from JobSeeker and JobKeeper payments – would limit the effectiveness of agriculture wage subsidies, according to a senior Riverland citrus figure.