Results of a free skin cancer screening held in Berri last month have been described as "particularly worrying" and suggest many Riverlanders could be walking around with undetected skin cancers.
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A Berri couple recently travelled over a thousand kilometres along the Murray in their homemade pedal-powered paddle boat.
Frank 'Chookman' Turton says he is "lost for words" over the reception he received from around 370 people who filled the Chaffey Theatre last Saturday to view the world premiere of The Chookman.
The Riverland will this weekend host an Adelaide couple staging a biennial charity ride in memory of their late son.
The story of the lives of eight prestigious New Zealand dancers will be told on the big screen during this week's Australian Youth Dance Festival.
The Riverland stands to benefit from the free trade agreement (FTA) struck between Australia and Japan this week, according to a local MP.
Riverlanders will now be able to receive specialised mental health care in Adelaide at a new ward designed to meet the needs of country patients.
A Berri occupational therapist was recently presented as a semi-finalist in the AustralianSuper Career Kick Start Award at the 2014 Channel 9 Young Achiever Awards presentation ceremony.
Cooking demonstrations from celebrity chef Callum Hann are expected to be a highlight of tomorrow's second annual RiverLife Health Expo.
The Riverland will host one of a handful of new engagement officers employed to work directly with communities across the Murray-Darling Basin.
The driver of a semi-trailer had a lucky escape in Barmera on Wednesday night, when the vehicle caught fire and was destroyed.