From today Some Riverland business operators can now operate with slightly more normality as some of SA's Covid-19 restrictions ease.
Residents of the Riverland will soon have improved weather radar coverage, following an announcement last week of a new radar installation in Mildura.
Local agricultural shows have been recipient of a federal government grant program.
A Riverland football season is now a step closer following the SANFL and State Government reaching an agreement over a return to football training, under strict protocols from next Monday the 18th of May.
Today’s the day the historic ARGO barge makes the final move to its new home at olivewood estate in Renmark, with local motorists advised of some delays.
With the winter flu season upon us we’re being encouraged to get a flu shot by a local MP.
It’s some more good news for local phone services, following the switch on of a base station at Mount Mary, Between Morgan and Eudunda.
The fight against fruit fly has ramped up, with new signage installed on trucks displaying the ‘Zero Strikes’ campaign.
Local Member for Barker Tony Pasin has welcomed further funding for local residential aged care providers.
In what could have detrimental impacts to the Fruit Juice industry and Local citrus Industry, the Health Star Rating of fresh 100% orange juice could be reduced to as low as 2 1/2 stars.