The Renmark-Paringa council has announced its Australia day award winners with mayor of the council Niel Martinson congratulating the award recipients.
The code red extreme weather response will remain in place overnight following a very hot week.
As the warm week continues the heart foundation is urging Riverland and Mallee residents to take care.
Locals are being urged to support their local vegetable growers this festive season and buy plenty of high-quality fresh vegetables over the holiday period, including for their Christmas meals and their holiday BBQs.
Users of the Riverland ADRA community food pantry are advised opening hours for today’s pantry have been adjusted, due to the warm weather.
Tireless work from the Friends of the P.S industry historic paddle steamer has seen the value of the vessel increase dramatically.
South Australia has called for mature and balanced leadership on the Murray darling basin plan from all Basin jurisdictions.
The extreme code red weather activation will remain in place until Friday, following the initial activation yesterday.
With the week not cooling down anytime soon local member for Chaffey and Minister for primary industries Tim Whetstone is encouraging local primary producers to take action to keep livestock cool.
In what is a major boost for the region, The Adelaide thunderbirds netball team will play a pre-season match in Berri next year when the take on the Melbourne Vixens.