The Murray Darling Basin Authority is calling for further steps in the transparency of water trading.
Turning to sport and looking at round 6 of Riverland football where results went as predicted despite some very matches at times.
In Renmark Table Tennis, Round 5 saw the end of the first lot of games.
Last week a female fruit fly was found during a routine trapping at a farm at Stuart’s Point. This means authorities are now implementing a 15-kilometre exclusion zone from the Riverland fruit fly free region.
Insights from several of National Australia Bank’s large wine customers in South Australia revealed that across most of the state’s wine regions, quality was very good in 2019 despite a reliance on irrigation and low water availability in some areas...
A project that has helped cut the number of developmentally vulnerable children in the Mid Murray district, from one in three to one in 10 within six years, has won State recognition.
The Murray–Darling Basin Authority is encouraging Local Riverland water users who pump from the Murray River to check a list of approved water meters.
Local Riverland residents are invited to free skin cancer screenings next month.
Local environmental works have highlighted the importance of environmental watering of wetlands.
Top side the Cobby Eagles took on equal top Loxton RSL and had the closest match of the night.