A covid-19 screening blitz is set to be rolled out over the next two weeks which sees more local residents eligible for covid-19 testing.
Local residents are reminded that Fire Danger season is still in full affect with permits still required for non-comfort fires.
Local irrigators are being warned of projected low water allocations, with a projected South Australian River Murray opening allocation of 2%.
Riverland winery’s, breweries and distilleries are now able to provide take away again following a slight easing of COVID-19 trading regulations yesterday.
It’s the end of an era today for two of the regions Newspapers.
Member for Chaffey Tim Whetstone has thanked the Riverland community for doing the right thing over the Easter long weekend.
Riverland police are calling for information, following a houseboat being ransacked last Thursday in Waikerie.
It is yet unclear what ramifications the cancellation of the Adelaide show may have on local shows scheduled for later this year.
Riverland based Senator Anne Ruston has welcomed additional funding for Australians living with disability, experiencing domestic and family violence and families doing it tough amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Local grain producers are set to benefit from 17 projects to be rolled out across the state from South Australian Grain Industry Trust funding.