A Barmera drag strip could be under construction next year - 10 years and $100,000 after it was originally suggested.
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My shirt was new, my shoes were white and my socks were dry when I stood, breathless, staring at the pit of mud in front of me.
An initial Berri Christmas lights register has been established.
The Riverland's first mental health inpatient facility is set to open next year, creating 10 new local positions.
More than 90 per cent of Riverland students are completing year 12, an increase local principals say is due to flexible learning timetables and tertiary education opportunities.
A new parking bay will be built on the Sturt Highway east of Monash and west of Renmark, as part of a State and Federal Government upgrade to South Australian roadside facilities.
Funky African percussion, a world-class circus act and 3000 litres of water incorporated into a dance show.
A vintage fire-fighting truck from the early 1920s will feature in the Renmark Club Christmas Pageant on Friday.
The State Government's decision to exclude volunteers from legislation that compensates firefighters who contract cancer on the job was slammed last week.
Riverland council areas look set to have high-speed broadband from mid 2015.
The community could have the final say on whether the mv Barrangul showboat operates in Renmark after public consultation for commercial use of the Princess Wharf began on Friday.