Local News

LIONS CLUB DONATES TO LOCAL SCHOOLS

The ever generous Renmark Lions club have made donations to local schools to assist fund local school’s relevant social justice programs. The programs aim to assist student’s disadvantaged circumstances and other relevant activities at each school. President Allan Maddocks and Treasurer Graham Edwards said on behalf of the club these donations are...

FIGHT AGAINST FRUIT FLY CONTINUES.

The fight against fruit fly has been boosted that’s to an increase in funding to provide an X-Ray irradiator at the port Augusta’s national fruit fly facility. The latest investment Is hoped to protect the Riverland’s vital fruit fly free status. Member for Chaffey and Minister for primary industries Tim Whetstone said...

AUSTRALIAN CONSERVATIVES TO HOST FORUM TONIGHT

As the countdown to the federal election looms activity is continuing locally from Australian political parties. Today Australian conservatives SA senate candidate Rikki Lambert will be in the Riverland together with leader of the party and Australian Senator Cory Bernardi. The duo will be speaking with local residents as well as hosting...

ROVERS, PANTHERS AND MAGPIES WIN IN ROUND 3 OF RFL

Round three of Riverland football gave local football fans some great games to watch, with the Rovers, Panthers and Magpies all recording wins. The Renmark Rovers kicked 5 goals in the final quarter to run over the Barmera-Monash roos at the lakeside to win, after the home side led most...

FUNDING ANNOUNCED FOR LOCAL PROJECTS

Tony Pasin, The member for Barker and Liberal election candidate has announced funding for the Riverland communities through the Murray–Darling Basin Economic Development Program. The Projects in areas most affected by water buy backs and include among others $500,000 for upgrades of camping facilities and employment of indigenous rangers for enhanced...