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SAPOL Commemorate James

Police from the Murray Mallee Local service area recently honoured the work of a well-known aboriginal tracker. The commemorations held on Sunday marked the contribution aboriginal trackers and police aides have made to police as well as the wider Australian community. Mr James moved to the Riverland in the 1940’s and became...

Wine Exports Rise

Riverland wine producers and grape growers have help contribute to a rise in the value of Australian wine exports. In the 12 months to March 2019 the average per litre for exported wine rose to $3.41 – the highest level since...

Polio Information Session This Month

Riverland polio survivors along with families and carers are invited to attend a free information session in the Riverland this month. Polio Australia will host the session on may the 15th at the Berri library The session will discuss information about the...

CANNABIS SEIZED IN COBBY

                Riverland police have reported a man and a woman after an amount of cannabis was uncovered at a property in Cobdogla last week.

POSSIBLE RAINY DAY FOR THE REGION

        With rain forecast for the Riverland today SA police have issued a warning to motorists to be safe with potentially wet and greasy roads.

FRUIT FLY RESTRICTIONS LIFTED

                Quarantine restrictions for a Queensland fruit fly outbreak in Loxton have been lifted thanks to a successful eradication program.

PRE-POLLING OPEN

                    Early voting for the May 18 election officially started yesterday across Australia, however local Riverland residents will have to wait a little longer to vote locally.  

HEART HEALTH WEEK

        Riverland & Mallee residents over the age of 45 are being encouraged to see their GP for a Heart Health Check.

DROUGHT ASSISTANCE INFO SESSIONS

                        Riverland and Mallee residents are invited to find out what drought support may be available, through information sessions across the district.