In a victory for the Riverland, the Berri Club has been returned to its members and will reopen within a fortnight.
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When Renmark teenager David Parker arrived in France for an eight-month student exchange program last year, he was worried he had made the wrong decision.
The improvement of local transport options will be on the agenda when Deputy State Liberal Leader Vickie Chapman visits the Riverland next week.
The Mindarie sand mines - which left more than 100 workers out of a job when it closed in 2009 – officially reopened under a new company yesterday.
Riverland children were among hundreds of thousands across the country to have a selected book read to them at exactly the same time on Wednesday.
Local parents and teens are among those being warned about the ramifications of 'sexting', after South Australian Police (SAPOL) reported an increase in the distribution of "inappropriate images" in the state recently.
Claims the Liberal Party member would take the Barker electorate for granted were refuted, when candidate Tony Pasin visited the region this week.
We all have those weeks where we have too many things to do and not enough time.
Works on a historic local vessel have resumed as a joint project between Renmark Paringa Council and a volunteer group takes shape.
Several locals participated in The Color Run in Adelaide, where around 10,000 people gathered for the city's inaugural five-kilometre charity event on Sunday.