A large crowd was in attendance yesterday morning for the unveiling of Renmark's autonomous bus...now officially named "Murray."
The Murray–Darling Basin Ministerial Council met in Canberra to discuss the impact that current drought and dry conditions are having on communities, agriculture and the environment.
Member for Barker, Tony Pasin has welcomed the release of the terms reference for the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) inquiry into the Murray Darling Basin water market.
Students in the Murray River region will be able to study while still living and working in their community by using a new Regional Study Hub, with its first site in Murray Bridge opened yesterday.
Police are investigating several recent break-ins and are seeking help from the public.
Business SA wants to look at re-establishing rail to the Riverland, reviving the Tailem Bend to Loxton line that has been disused since 2015.
Newly-released figures have highlighted the need to tackle both the demand and supply of illicit drugs in communities throughout Regional Australia.
Applications for the State Government’s latest round of funding for the Regional Growth Fund close on Friday.
A woman has been arrested after a fight at a Renmark Hotel on Sunday morning.
Police have stopped several drivers for traffic offences over the weekend across the Riverland, including a driver six times over the legal limit.